Research has shown that social-emotional learning (SEL) increases academic achievement, improves behavior, and contributes to the overall sense of well-being for students and teachers. However, we can’t teach what we don’t know, and so for that reason, SEL starts with adults.
Presented by Dr. Stephen Kilgus, Professor of School Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Dr. Nathaniel von der Embse, Professor of School Psychology, University of South Florida
Moderated by Dr. Sarah Brown, MTSS Consultant and Author
Presented by Trisha DiFazio, Education Consultant, Speaker, and Author; and Allison Roeser, SEL Consultant and Author
Presented by Lori Woodley-Langendorff, MS, School Counselor, Trainer, Author, and President and Founder of All It Takes
Presented by Kimberly Wright, Instructional Design Manager, CEP, Discovery Education; and Amira Davis, Manager, Community Engagement – Social Impact, Discovery Education
Presented by Sara Midura, Engagement Behavior Specialist, Northwest Education Services (MI); Renee Kolle, Principal, Old Mission Peninsula School (MI); and Kendall Sweeney, Director of Impact, Move This World
Presented by Kylie Rymanowicz, MR, CFLE, Content Developer, Hatch Early Learning, Inc.; and Matt Nolan, Senior Product Owner, Hatch Early Learning, Inc.
Presented by Wyjuana Montgomery, Lead, K12 District Relationships, EVERFI; and Erica Hart, Director, K12 Implementation, EVERFI
Moderated by Jessie Stone Fox, M.Ed., Sr. Director, K12 Community Engagement, EVERFI
Presented by Josh King, Third-Grade Teacher, Independence Elementary School (CA); John Burnett, Middle School Counselor, Spring Branch ISD (TX); and Jessie Stone Fox, M.Ed., Sr. Director, K12 Community Engagement, EVERFI
Presented by Amy Walker, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Committee for Children; and Tara Shelton, School Climate Coordinator, Atlanta Public Schools (GA)