Presented by Laura Wendelin, Senior Program Manager, Move This World; and Hollie Panchik, Program Manager, Move This World
Presented by Jessie Stone Fox, M.Ed., Sr. Director, K12 Community Engagement, EVERFI; Travae D. Donald, M.Ed., RN, Division Clinical Education Specialist for Behavioral Health, HCA Healthcare – East Florida Division, Former Special Education Teacher; and Joshua King, Third-Grade Teacher, Independence Elementary School, Rosedale Union School District (CA)
Presented by Miyoshi Knox, Former Principal for Chicago Public Schools and Leadership Consultant for The Leadership Perspective; and Darius Weatherspoon, Student Special Services Advocate, Chicago Public Schools’ Burnham Elementary (IL)
Moderated by Jessica Berlinski, Director of K-12 Education, Ripple Effects
Presented by Michael Robb, Ph.D., Head of Research, Common Sense Media; and Jennifer Ehehalt, Sr. Regional Manager, Common Sense Education
Today’s students face an unprecedented combination of challenges and issues that can interfere with their well-being and disrupt their learning, but there are also new opportunities to provide districtwide support for their mental health while helping individual students learn to help themselves.
Presented by Stedman Graham, Chairman and CEO, S. Graham & Associates; and ShaKenya Edison, M.Ed., PPS, Director of Student Support Services, Menifee Union School District (CA)
Moderated by Jessica Berlinski, Director of K-12, Ripple Effects
Presented by Deborah Farmer Kris, Child Development Expert, PBS Parenting Columnist, and Author of the All the Time picture book series
Students are grappling with greater complexity these days. Their struggles often become apparent in school and in the form of trauma. It’s hard for them to cope, and it’s difficult for teachers, who are typically not trauma informed, to help them.
Presented by Nathaniel von der Embse, Ph.D., NCSP, Associate Professor, University of South Florida; and Stephen Kilgus, Ph.D., Associate Professor of School Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Presented by Dr. Elizabeth Englander, Executive Director, Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center at Bridgewater State University