Tuesday, 7/14 at 3pm ET/12pm PT
As the saying goes, “You can't pour from an empty cup.” Just as the 2020-2021 school year is requiring educators to reimagine overall supports for students, we must also reimagine our approach to supporting our educators and teammates during this new civil rights movement and a global pandemic.
Join us for an interactive Q&A with district and school leaders. Panelists will cover:
- Supporting shifts in adult mindsets to create more empathetic, equitable, safe, and supportive environments for both adults and students
- Key programs, resources, and coaching activities to help adults understand, develop, and model SEL skills in order to more effectively support all students
Plus, have an opportunity to ask your own questions about Adult SEL in a live Q&A!
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
Dr. Tammy Fisher, Ph.D., School Counselor/Graduate Professor, St Thomas School