This edWebinar will offer a breakdown of the current research on student mental health, strategies for supporting student and one’s own well-being, and offer practical ways to put it to use.
The research that came out of a recent white paper highlights the issues around the increasing crisis in adolescent mental health. In a recent edWebinar, the presenters emphasized the need for school districts “to intervene with students as quickly as possible to keep them safe.”
In this edWebinar, you’ll see examples of how Chromebooks, G Suite for Education apps, and Gaggle, can keep students secure in the context of privacy, data, digital monitoring, and citizenship.
Join the panel for a discussion on the causes of the mental health crisis and resources districts are using to address these issues in a holistic way.
This edWebinar will explore strategies for effective violence prevention and response that improve a school’s culture, student engagement, and academic achievement.
This edWebinar focuses on the educators, the “first” first responders, to provide guidance and strategies for an all-hazards approach to school safety.
Presented by Dr. Joseph Erardi, recently retired Newtown Superintendent of Schools, Newtown, CT Sponsored by CrisisGo WATCH THE EDWEBINAR RECORDING If you view the recording and would like a CE certificate, join the School Safety community and go to the CE Quizzes link in the Community Toolbox. School communities across the country have worked diligently to enhance school safety. The role and responsibility of community and school leaders is never complete… read more →
In this edWebinar, hear the personal account of 15-year-old singer/songwriter Maya Claridge and how she evolved from bully victim to bullying prevention activist.
In this webinar, these methods each will be explained and evaluated by how well and how safely they meet the need for instant lockdown security, while still offering simplicity and speed of use, accessibility to First Responders, and operational longevity and reliability that all schools require during normal everyday use.
Paul Vecchio will focus on how the immediate, effective application of pressure dressings and tourniquets to a bleeding casualty will vastly improve chances of survival for victims of natural disasters or intentional acts of violence and terrorism at a school.