Learn strategies for incorporating mindfulness into a daily self-care routine, explore mindful inquiry in our efforts to make sure all of our students have equitable access to education, and engage with simple mindfulness practices that can be woven into synchronous and asynchronous learning opportunities for students.
Join this edLeader Panel to hear from leaders from both the sport and education worlds to explore practical strategies and foundational research to move forward through reopening school communities.
Join this edWebinar to learn how urban and rural district leaders are successfully supporting their students’ mental health and social-emotional learning in the wake of COVID-19.
Dr. Stephanie Jones emphasizes that when implementing effective social and emotional learning (SEL) strategies, educators, practitioners, and administrators need to think about the what, the why, and the how of the essential skills of SEL. In a recent edWebinar, Jones, Director of the Ecological Approaches to Social-Emotional Learning (EASEL) Lab, explained that there are six SEL domains studied and documented by researchers. The first three domains are skills and competencies: cognitive, emotional, and social, and the next three are belief ecologies: attitudes, habits of mind, and ways of thinking about the world. One way to think about how these two sets go together is that on the one hand are things that you learn and know how to do, and on the other is a set of internal guideposts that tell you to use those skills when it’s essential and when it matters.
Join this edWebinar with Dr. Gregory Fabiano, Professor of Psychology, Florida International University, as he discusses the effectiveness of tier 1 SEB supports in getting students back on track
In this edWebinar, we will discuss the challenges faced by parents and caregivers as the nation moves to home-based schooling.
In this edWebinar, Dr. Stephanie Jones will share three big ideas to consider for reimagining how SEL can happen in and outside of school.
Join this edWebinar to get to know amazing picture books, learn engaging questioning strategies for students, and consider talking points for professionals—all aimed at building students’ social-emotional strength.
24/7 access to technology has brought many benefits, from online collaboration to improved parent-teacher communication. But that 24/7 environment has also brought increased stress to students’ lives as issues they encounter at school, especially on social media, follow them home. In the edWebinar “How Digital Stressors Impact Student Learning,” Jamie Nunez, Bay Area Regional Manager at Common Sense Media, explained what digital stressors are and how social-emotional learning (SEL) can be used to combat them.
Learn how district and campus leaders can develop a standard of care and a culture of transparency and accountability for ethical behavior with take back resources and strategies you can use in your school or district.