Featuring Perspectives from School and District Leaders 

60 minutes - March 17, 2020

More and more, district and school leaders are focusing on promoting and assessing students' social-emotional learning (SEL) competencies. But in order to cultivate students' social-emotional skills and lead transformational change, leaders also need to support the social-emotional development and well-being of educators and staff. 

Watch this interactive Q&A with district and school leaders:

  • Why school and district leaders are choosing to focus on Adult SEL in order to better support students
  • How to use student voice to shift adult mindsets and create more equitable, safe, and empowering learning environments
  • How to support adults' own self-care and well-being in schools
  • What programs, resources, and activities are recommended to help adults understand, develop, and model SEL skills

Expert Panelists:

Rhonda G. Harris, M.Ed., NCC, NCSC, Social Emotional Learning Specialist, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Office of Student Wellness and Academic Support

Rena Keith, M.Ed, Social and Emotional Interventionist, Johnston County Public Schools

Kathleen FitzJefferies, Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program Manager, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

Rachel Kamb, Education Product Manager, Committee For Children

Caleb Donovan, Moderator, Panorama Education