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Reducing Special Educator Stress and Burnout

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April 7, 2022
2:00-2:45 PM
Add to Calendar 04/07/2022 2:00 PM 04/07/2022 2:45 PM America/New_York Reducing Special Educator Stress and Burnout During this webinar the guests will address: * What makes up the workload of special educators and how it has been affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. * Common stress factors for special education educators and how they can be supported * Traditional and common inefficiencies often seen in special education programs that increase anxiety and decrease student success rates * Technology in special education and what needs to be done to make special education “future ready”. MM/DD/YYYY

The pandemic has forced us to reflect, reframe, and reprioritize much of everyday life, and for educators, it has brought a refocus on the human side of the work. We know that relationships are the foundation of effective practices and that students and teachers have encountered many unexpected challenges for over two straight years. From coast to coast, teachers have expressed high levels of stress, anxiety, and have been leaving the profession at an alarming rate. This past January, the National Education Association (NEA) surveyed its members and uncovered:

In special education, those feelings and numbers are even more daunting. Yet, faced with the realities of the pandemic, many districts have been working to implement new, innovative approaches to supporting the health, well-being, and success of both teachers and students. Join us for this interactive webinar to see what some districts are doing to help special education teams! 

During this webinar the guests will address:



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This webinar is supported by Education Modified.