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Ensuring the social-emotional health and well-being of students and staff is at the core of any successful educational experience. For school and district leaders, laying the foundation that will support a systemic social emotional learning (SEL) program is imperative.
As leaders navigated the extensive challenges of the past few years, the need to support both student and staff wellness rose to the forefront. This need remains a priority as we envision a postpandemic school experience. Tullahoma City Schools (TN) Principal Mary Gilbert has created a successful cross-curricular SEL program with her team centered upon leveraging data and building strong relationships. Her approach has proven that leading and collaborating with staff members, students, and the community can ensure long term program sustainability, success, and growth. In addition, her school was recently named one of America’s Healthiest Schools by the Alliance for Healthier Generations.
During this webinar, Mary will share the following:
- How to make SEL part of the foundation of a school community
- How to build intentional relationships to support staff members and students
- Ways to emphasize the use of data to build relationships
- Strategies for leading with intentionality
- How to create meaningful surveys to engage stakeholders to inform present and future practices
- Innovative practices to enhance the curriculum
- Mary Gilbert, Principal, K–5, Tullahoma City Schools (TN)
- Thomas C. Murray, Director of Innovation, Future Ready Schools (DC), @thomascmurray
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