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How Digital Stressors Impact Student Learning
Wednesday November 6, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
Presented by Jamie Nunez, Bay Area Regional Manager, Common Sense Media
Hosted by Jennifer Ehehalt, Education Regional Manager, Common Sense Education
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We know that meeting the social and emotional needs of students is critical to academic success; students learn better when they feel heard, valued, and respected. In this edWebinar, viewers will define and understand the digital stressors that kids are facing in digital spaces, such as social media and gaming platforms. They will discover ways to best integrate SEL practices and content to mitigate those stressors. Lastly, we will review examples of how educators identify and address stressors in the classroom. Viewers will leave with practical strategies on how to address the digital stressors students are facing and resources to complement SEL content in the classroom.
This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to kindergarten through high school teachers. There will be time to have your questions answered at the end of the presentation.
About the Presenter
Jamie is the Bay Area regional manager at Common Sense Education and supports school districts in their efforts to implement digital wellness initiatives. For the past 17 years, Jamie has redefined education practices by designing creative learning networks for educators and families. As a former high school teacher, school administrator, and after school director, Jamie has facilitated hundreds of professional development workshops on student engagement in digital spaces. The common threads across his career are the beliefs that learning is most powerful when it’s founded on a child’s experience outside of the classroom and engagement is most impactful when it fosters their digital identity. Jamie holds a doctorate in international comparative education from Stanford. When not working, Jamie can be found in public places teaching his 4-year-old daughter how to give compliments to strangers.
Jennifer Ehehalt is the Pittsburgh regional manager at Common Sense Education. She is responsible for helping school districts build a culture of digital citizenship among educators, students, and their families. She designs and delivers professional development for preK-12 educators that focuses on the implementation of Common Sense’s K-12 digital citizenship resources along with how to integrate technology into the classroom. Through her work, she has had the opportunity to share best practices by presenting at ISTE, ASCD, PETE & C, TRETC, ICE IDEAcon and GAETC.
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