Presented by Patty McGee, M.Ed., Author and Literacy Consultant, Benchmark Education Company; and Leah Mermelstein, Author and Literacy Consultant, Read-Write-Connect, INC.
Presented by Ami Shah, CEO and Co-Founder, Peekapak; and Dr. Nicole Trainor, Student Advisor, Long Branch Public Schools, Morris Avenue School (NJ)
It’s been a rough year, especially for students. Virtual and hybrid learning, schools opening and closing, struggles with technology and access, sickness and restrictions. Who wouldn’t be anxious, scared and out of sorts with this level of disruption?
Presented by Venola Mason, Associate Partner, International Center for Leadership in Education; and Meaghan Pavlovich, Ed.D., Director, Product Management & Strategy, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Presented by Dr. William Blake, CEO, Meducos Health Institute; and Shantell Berrett Blake, M.A., Director of Training and Presenting, Reading Horizons
Presented by Nathaniel von der Embse, Ph.D., NCSP, Associate Professor of School Psychology, University of South Florida; and Stephen Kilgus, Ph.D., Associate Professor of School Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Presented by Carol Jago, Reading and Literature Project, UCLA, and Past President, National Council of Teachers of English
Moderated by Sara Buren, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
While teaching students about social skills and emotions has become widespread and proven especially helpful during the pandemic, less attention has been paid to the ability to adjust emotions, thoughts, and actions in response to changing environments and challenging times, which is known as “executive function.”
Presented by Lori Lynass, Ed.D., Executive Director, Sound Supports; Bridget Walker, Ph.D., Associate Director, Sound Supports; and Miyoshi Knox, AUSL Turnaround Principal, Stagg School of Excellence, Chicago Public Schools (IL)
Moderated by Jessica Berlinski, Director K-12, Ripple Effects
Presented by Ana Moreno, Instructional Technology Specialist, Kennesaw State University
Moderated by Jennifer Ehehalt, Sr. Regional Manager, Common Sense Education