Thursday, September 16th from 11:30am-12:45pm ET / 8:30am-9:45am PT
Join this Virtual Meetup event hosted by Panorama Education for school districts across the country seeking to improve students’ holistic well-being in their schools through measurement and action.
Research suggests that students with a high sense of belonging are happier, healthier, and more engaged learners. Not only is connectedness linked to better academic outcomes, but students who feel connected to school are less likely to skip school, abuse substances, have emotional distress, or be involved in fighting or bullying behavior.
During this 75-minute professional learning event, our focus will be on creating a collaborative and safe space to share current processes for measuring belonging with Panorama and acting on the data to enact change. Join a combination of small groups and hear from a panel of educators like you at Hilliard City Schools (OH) and Rochester Public Schools (MN).
You will leave with concrete strategies and resources to help support student well-being and social-emotional learning work within your district next school year.
In the spirit of connecting with a community of educators, we encourage you to enable your webcam and microphone for this event. Please make sure to invite colleagues to join the conversation to get the most out of our time together.
Molly Walker, Director of Social Emotional Learning & Measurement, Hilliard City Schools (OH)
Samantha Althouse, Director of 6-12 Curriculum, Hilliard City Schools (OH)
Denise Moody, Assistant Director of Student Services, Rochester Public Schools (MN)
Sarah Clarke, Coordinator of SEL, Rochester Public Schools (MN)
Nick Woolf, Marketing Manager, Panorama Education