Webinars & Presentations
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Attendance and AbsenteeismBack to Top
Reducing Chronic Absence: It’s a Matter of 1, 2, 3!
It Takes Two: Adding Early Intervention Strategies to Address Chronic Absence
Portraits of Change: Aligning School and Community Resources to Reduce Chronic Absence
Team Up for Attendance: Leadership Matters
Team Up for Attendance: Working Together Matters
Team Up for Attendance: Community Matters
Team Up for Attendance: Data Matters
A Place Where We Belong
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Social and Emotional Learning
Social and emotional learning (SEL) refers to the process by which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to do the following: understand and manage emotions; set and achieve positive goals; feel and show empathy for others; and make responsible decisions. Students in SEL programs are more likely to attend school and receive better grades, and are less likely to have conduct problems. Successful infusion of SEL can result in positive behaviors, increased academic success, and caring communities.
Variety of Topics
Classroom Wellness Strategies for Students (and Teachers)
Adult Modeling and Classroom Management
Supporting All Students, Building Assets, Reducing Risk
School-wide Restorative Practices
Enhance Learning by Incorporating Social-Emotional Learning
Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)has gained traction in schools recently. This webinar will give you a live look at how SEL fits into classroom and large group settings as well as how you can integrate SEL into your school. Plus, hear how the Harrisburg School District uses Habits of Mind as their focus for SEL education and how it aligns with a traditional and personalized learning environment.
How Well Do You Build Culture and Lead Learning in Your School? NASSP Building Ranks Assessment Tools Help Provide Answers
Back to School, Back to Breakfast: Fuel Students for Academic Success with Breakfast After the Bell
Start the 2018–2019 school year strong by implementing a strong, robust breakfast after the bell program in your school! Moving breakfast to after the start of the school day increases student participation and the benefits pay off throughout the school year. School breakfast leads to better test scores, improved student health, decreased absenteeism and tardiness, and fewer distractions in the classroom throughout the morning. Join this webinar to learn about available resources and effective strategies for planning and implementing a breakfast after the bell program and get students excited about this important meal.
Embedding Social and Emotional Learning in High School Classrooms
This webinar will provide a rationale for integrating academic, social, and emotional learning and support in every classroom as the foundation of an approach to social and emotional learning (SEL) in high schools. It will discuss a framework that links the development of student mindsets, four broad skill sets, specific learning and life competencies, and desired target behaviors. Through an illustration of what this approach can look like in daily practice, participants will deepen their knowledge and understanding of how to implement SEL in high schools, learn about specific strategies and practices, and be inspired to take on the challenge. They will receive Engaging Schools’ white paper, Embedding Social and Emotional Learning in High School Classrooms.
New Developments in Transgender Access and Student Privacy Issues
When transgender students have requested to use restrooms that align with their gender identity, it has sometimes created controversies in schools. While some school districts have permitted transgender students to use these restrooms without incident, other districts have strongly opposed such policies. For example, school officials have denied requests by arguing that these policies violate the privacy rights of cisgender students, which has led to litigation. At the same time, the Trump administration has rescinded departmental guidance on this matter, and there is no U.S. Supreme Court decision to offer direction. This session will examine the current status of the law; help you understand what your circuit has decided about this matter; and examine how litigation might be avoided with regard to transgender restroom access.