Strength in Numbers: Social-Emotional Learning & Math
Tuesday, October 27, at 4:00 p.m. EDT
Without strong social and emotional skills, students can really struggle in math class. From approaching word problems with self-confidence and determination to embracing their mistakes with a growth mindset, building strong Social-Emotional Learning skills is a critical component to helping students achieve in math. This session explores six overarching SEL skills and provides teachers with immediately implementable, high-leverage strategies to help students achieve in math.Free webinarSpace available
Heart & Soul: Growing a Strong, Compassionate, and Well-Balanced Professional Life!
September 8, 2020
To make deep contributions to the lives of our students, we must first embrace routines and practices of self-care and self-compassion. During this interactive webinar, Dr. Timothy D. Kanold will take you on a high-energy, inspiring, and reflective examination of how to stay balanced and fulfilled in your professional life. Timely topics that mean the most during this unprecedented time will be addressed—from stress management to effective planning to meaningful engagement with students and colleagues.
The Healthy, Happy Educator: How to Create an Individualized Self-Care Plan
November 15, 2018
Thrive in and out of the classroom through self-care habits that promote mindfulness, reflection, and more.
Don’t Blame the Lettuce Webinar
September 25, 2018
In this webinar, authors Kathleen Kryza and MaryAnn Brittingham present the most effective strategies for leading diverse students in developing the skills they’ll need culturally, academically, and emotionally, both inside and outside the classroom.