Originally Aired Wednesday, April 15th at 3pm ET/12pm PT

The field of social-emotional learning (SEL) is rapidly evolving. Many district leaders report that SEL is a core priority in 2020—72 percent of them say that their districts are pursuing social-emotional learning as a key strategic goal. But how can district and school leaders bring their SEL vision to life?   

Watch this interactive Q&A with School Psychologist Christopher Moore and Professional Learning Manager Demetrius Lancaster to learn how Salem-Keizer Public Schools (OR) is supporting students' SEL growth. Panelists will cover: 

  • Growing social-emotional learning in Salem-Keizer Public Schools (OR), including the challenges and successes of their work to date 
  • Embedding SEL into tiered supports for students, equity, and family engagement 
  • Developing adult capacity and practicing data inquiry through professional learning    
  • Incorporating SEL into back-to-school planning to support students when schools re-open 
 

Expert Panelists:  

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Christopher Moore, School Psychologist, Salem-Keizer Public Schools

 

 

 

Demetrius Lancaster

 

Demetrius Lancaster, M.Ed, MPA, Professional Learning Manager, Panorama Education