Thursday, June 17th at 1:00pm ET/10:00am PT
High-quality social-emotional learning implementation requires evidence-based programs and practices, effective data use, and professional learning. However, when it comes to supporting schools and districts with systemic implementation, SEL assessment providers and curriculum creators do not typically partner together.
To begin to understand how educators and leaders use data to support effective implementation, and identify what they need from providers as SEL work continues to evolve, join us to hear from district leaders from Broward County Public Schools, Dallas Independent School District, and the New York City Department of Education discuss their adoption of the tools and programs offered by Panorama and Harmony to increase adult competency and capacity as they support youth.
Participants will learn about how to:
- Pair assessment and implementation tools together in a cycle of continuous improvement
- Identify district strategies for using data to promote the effective implementation of SEL programs and practices
Susan M. Green, Ed.D., Senior Administrator of SEL and Design, Office of Safety and Youth Development, New York City Department of Education
Vivianne Jenkins, SEL Coordinator, Broward County Public Schools
Tanya Thompson, Project Coordinator, Re-Imagining Middle Grades, Office of School Performance & Accountability (OSPA), Broward County Public Schools
Aileen Mokuria, SEL Professional Development Manager, Dallas ISD
Juany Valdespino-Gaytán, Executive Director of Engagement Services, Dallas ISD
Becky Barstein, Community Learning Events Practice Lead, Panorama Education
John A. Pickens III, Interim Program Manager, Harmony SEL