Check out our collection of on-demand webinars to continue developing your own social and emotional competence.
Self-care is always encouraged for educators, but feeling overwhelmed is still very common. Let's look into innovative and sustainable avenues for improved well-being with advice from a panel of former school psychologists and educators.
What could district-wide implementation of a social and emotional learning (SEL) program look like in your district?
Paul LeBuffe explores how schools and districts can advance educational equity through the DESSA.
The importance of educator social and emotional training and teaching practices and provides actionable tips for getting started with your own SEL program for educators.
In this webinar Amy Walker, Director of Strategic Partnerships at Committee for Children, explores unique ways to elevate your SEL program.
This webinar led by Urban Assembly explores best practices for implementing and sustaining SEL.
Learn how to integrate social and emotional learning (SEL) into districts’ preexisting multi-tiered system of support (MTSS) frameworks.
In this webinar presented by Amy Walker and Jenny Nelson from Committee for Children, you’ll learn some simple strategies you can use immediately to reduce stress and improve your well-being.
This webinar led by Aperture Education and The Urban Assembly share how to implement a high-quality SEL program when advisory period isn’t an option.
This webinar led by Christa Turksma and Mark Greenberg is practice-based, providing helpful tools for educators to build resilience and support well-being.
In this webinar with Gina Hurley, Ed.D., and Kathleen Giorgio, MSW, of Barnstable Public Schools, they discuss the intentionality behind the phrase “SEAD.”
This webinar takes a look at school-based mental health services and how SEL can enhance mental health initiatives.
How can districts, schools, and out-of-school time programs ensure that their SEL programming is scalable?
Hear from Paul LeBuffe, senior research consultant at Aperture Education, on overcoming obstacles related to high school social and emotional learning (SEL) implementation.
Lillian Pace, Vice President of Policy and Advocacy for KnowledgeWorks, shares more on national policy trends and opportunities for advancing SEL.
This webinar led by Aperture Education explores the changes you can expect to see when implementing social and emotional learning (SEL).
Explore the impact of SEL on student relationships, well-being, and the elements that reach far beyond the “soft skills” SEL is known for developing?
This three-part webinar series between Aperture Education and Dovetail Learning provides a robust overview of how to create a trauma-informed school community.