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The Moments Are More Important Than the Minutes: Creating ProSocial Learning Experiences

Monday, March 27, 2023 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT

The Moments Are More Important Than the Seconds: Creating ProSocial Learning Experiences

Presented by Johno Oberly, Content Coordinator, Meteor Education; LindaGail Walker, Executive Director of Innovation and Impact, Meteor Education; Kevin Baird, Chairman, Center for College and Career Readiness; and Tamara Albury, Principal of Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Ft. Worth ISD

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Students, teachers, and principals are constantly inundated with new curricula, strategies, and priorities. These shifting elements of the education industry coupled with increasing politicization, community pressure, and professional demands can lead to tense, unproductive, and often AntiSocial learning experiences.

In order to move towards ProSocial experiences for staff and for students, we must consider how to make the most of our moments. In this edLeader Panel, viewers connect student beliefs to behaviors and outcomes, strategize around the creation of meaningful moments, and hear from a set of industry experts about the impact of simple tools that help teachers consistently use individual moments to create ProSocial Learning Experiences.

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This recorded edLeader Panel is of interest to middle and high school teachers, librarians, school and district leaders, and those involved with counseling, student services, and SEL departments.


Johno OberlyAbout the Presenters

Johno Oberly is a former teacher and lifelong advocate for student voice, agency, and opportunity. His education career started in the ninth-grade algebra classroom and has continued through student leadership development, school board coaching, and state-level policy advising. Now he empowers educators and school leaders as a Content Coordinator for MEPublishing, the publication and educational-content-focused wing of Meteor Education.

LindaGail WalkerLindaGail Walker has an extensive background in social-emotional learning as well as trauma. Twenty-two years ago, she was a founding member of Community Partners of the Central Plains as well as their Child Protective Services and uses research-based best practices to help meet the physical and emotional needs of the children, foster parents, and caseworkers who work with these families through traumatic events. LindaGail is lead co-author of the T3: Trauma Readiness Course through USC’s Rossier School of Education and Surviving the Storm: Leading Through Post-Traumatic Growth. LindaGail is currently the Executive Director of Innovation and Impact at MeTEOR Education. She works to help schools and districts leverage high-impact learning environments to accelerate engagement by beginning with relationships. It is her passion to work with schools and school leaders to help them on their personalized journey toward success, utilizing an instructional framework that is customized and tailored for practical, sustainable professional learning.

Kevin E. Baird

Kevin E. Baird, Chairman, Center for College & Career Readiness, is a noted leader in global College and Career Readiness and an expert in accelerated human development. He is one of the world’s first researchers to measure learner engagement through content immersion and psychological safety using real-time neuroscience technology. He is also currently part of the world’s largest study of student engagement and classroom self-efficacy. Kevin has contributed to the development of the most widely used reading and language acceleration technologies, designed K-12 artificial intelligence/predictive systems, and is the author of the National Implementation Pathway for College and Career Readiness. Kevin is also an accredited learning environment planner (ALEP).


Tamara AlburyTamara Albury has worked in education for over 20 years, serving in both traditional and non-traditional, high and low-performing public school settings. During her career in Fort Worth ISD, she has held numerous positions including classroom teacher, curriculum writer, and school administrator. She has extensive knowledge and experience in Gifted and Talented Education, Advanced Placement, and College Readiness. Tamara has served as a presenter at the local, state, and national levels for the College Board, the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools, and the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators. Currently, Tamara leads the exceptional Young Women’s Leadership Academy in Ft. Worth ISD.

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Monday, March 27, 2023
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
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