Monday, April 20th 2021
Students’ social-emotional well-being matters. The positive and negative emotions students feel are essential characteristics of their psychology, indicators of their well-being, and mediators of their success in school and life. Supportive relationships with peers, school staff, and family members both indicate and promote student well-being.
Join this webinar to learn how school and district leaders are leveraging new research-backed well-being measures and data-driven approaches to support student well-being this year and beyond.
We will cover how to:
- Understand positive psychology research on social supports, emotions, and student well-being
- Hear from school and district leaders who are measuring and supporting student well-being from a strengths-based perspective
- Access a valid and reliable survey instrument to collect data on students’ subjective experiences of their own well-being
- Dr. Lorenzo Moore, Director of Social-Emotional Learning and Culture, Aldine Independent School District
- Ann Marie Carpenter, LICSW, Director of Social Emotional Learning and Student Support, Pittsfield Public Schools
- Aspen Henderson, Director of Student Advocacy, Ogden School District
- Dr. Sam Moulton, Director of Research, Panorama Education