Presented by Terrie Noland, CALP, Doctoral Candidate, Ph.D. in Literacy
Presented by Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, Founder, Digital Respons-Ability
Moderated by Joyce Whitby, President, Innovations4Education
Presented by Erin Sailor, M.S., Director of Professional Development, Eduscape; and Evelyn Wassel, Ed.D., Senior Learning Leader, Eduscape
Disruption is the operative word these days when talking about school. COVID-19 has changed education’s landscape…and stressed out students. They are negotiating lots of uncertainty while navigating a different way of learning, all of which affect their overall well-being. In a recent edWebinar, sponsored by the FastBridge Assessment System by Illuminate Education, Gregory Fabiano, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at Florida International University, shared instructional and learning strategies that strengthen students’ social-emotional learning (SEL) and behavioral skills so they can feel secure and cope during tumultuous times.
Join us for an edWebinar to explore the topic of trauma, the brain, and effective strategies to help teachers, students, and their families reach positive outcomes in school and at home.
In this edWebinar, we explore the metacognitive and social-emotional skills to best help students navigate this academic and personal life with success, as well as how educators can reinforce these skills, whether in person or at a distance.
Join this edWebinar to deepen your understanding of Tier 1 SEB supports and get guidance on integrating these supports into your back-to-school plans.
Join us for an edWebinar to unpack how to use data within your multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) to identify and address students’ social-emotional and behavioral (SEB) needs this fall in order to restart learning successfully.
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.
This edWebinar will highlight innovative strategies to help us all become “emotion scientists” and inspire us to bring out the best in ourselves, each other, and our students.