New School Year. New Mindset.

As we prepare for the upcoming school year, now’s the time to evaluate, plan, and implement supports for the ever-changing effects of the pandemic on our educators and students. How will you support your students’ and teachers’ mental health and Social Emotional Learning (SEL) in this new school year?

Our Chief Academic Officer and lead researcher, Dr. Christopher Balow, guides us through the research and proven methods of amplifying SEL with Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS). Get prepared to welcome students back to class with a focus on well-being, safety, and support.

In this live webinar, Dr. Balow details the impacts of Covid, along with the research and supports needed this school year for the following:

  • Mental health concerns
  • Social-emotional learning competencies
  • Academic learning loss
  • Complex social challenges
  • Changes in the family
  • Supporting students with social-emotional learning skill deficits
  • Supporting students with mental health needs
  • Disengaged students
  • Closing large learning gaps
  • Managing student discipline
  • Poor working conditions
  • Lack of support
  • Professional development not targeted
  • Initiative fatigue
  • Addressing learning loss & closing gaps
  • Providing high-impact curricula & programs
  • Increasing state and federal requirements
  • Teacher attrition & pipeline shortages
  • Building teacher skills and professional development
  • Declining enrollment trends
  • Financial instability
  • Increasing “operational” challenges
  • Getting the “right” data
  • Instructional coaching plus behavior supports
  • Producing better student and teacher outcomes
  • Parent satisfaction and school choice drivers
  • Technology and strategies to build and maintain a positive climate

Don’t miss out on this critical information. Click the image below to watch the full webinar on-demand.

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