Webinar hosted by Panorama and AASA
December 4, 2018 -- 60 mins
Students who have strong relationships with their teachers tend to get better grades, work harder in school, and are less likely to drop out (Gehlbach 2014; Wentzel 1998). Today, superintendents are prioritizing school climate and social-emotional learning (SEL) in response to evidence that student engagement, teacher-student relationships, and sense of belonging matter deeply to student success.
Watch this webinar to learn how Worthington Schools (OH) and Framingham Public Schools (MA) are promoting belonging, relationships, and student engagement with learning. Superintendents Trent Bowers (Worthington) and Robert Tremblay (Framingham) share how they use the Panorama Student Survey as a leadership tool to understand student voice and improve the classroom environment.
In the webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Set goals with school climate and social-emotional learning data in school improvement plans
- Use school climate data alongside academic, attendance, and PBIS data to support student achievement
- Introduce daily classroom rituals to build social-emotional learning skills, strong relationships, and sense of belonging for students
- Integrate school climate data into coaching conversations with principals and other administrators
Trent Bowers, Superintendent, Worthington Schools
Angie Adrean, Chief Academic Officer, Worthington Schools
Robert Tremblay, Superintendent, Framingham Public Schools
Judith Styer, Director of Health & Wellness, Framingham Public Schools
Jillian Steckloff Evans, Client Success, Panorama Education (MA)