Webinar:

Common Pitfalls of Implementing SEL and How to Avoid Them

 

Are you interested in starting an SEL program? Are you looking to get the most out of your existing program? There are many common pitfalls districts make when implementing SEL, whether for the first time or not. But knowing how to avoid these traps and mitigate their impact is critical for the success of any SEL program.

This webinar highlights the common pitfalls districts make when implementing SEL and suggests ways to overcome them. Get insight and advice from education experts to ensure your SEL program is effective, successful, and not wasting time and money.

Date - Wednesday, October 26th, 1pm (CST)

 

Speakers

Tre' Gammage

Tre’ is an SEL Specialist focused on building social-emotional competence in school communities through program adoption, implementation, PD, and team building. After initially working in Student Affairs at a residential High School, Tre’ began consulting with K-12 schools supporting SEL and program implementation. Tre’ is excited to continue his advocacy for Student & Adult Well Being through his Consultancy SEL Educators. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Miami (Oh) University and certifications as a Global Career Development Facilitator, DISC Practitioner, Emotional Intelligence Practitioner, and Certificate in School Leadership Social Emotional Learning & Character Development.

Cassie Way

Cassie has been an educator for the last 10 years. From 2012 to 2020 she worked in a variety of settings as a teacher supporting special education students (full inclusion, resource center, special day class, supporting students with an emotional disturbance, and virtual teaching).  Since 2020 she has been a school administrator for a virtual, independent, homeschool charter program of 4,800 students. In this role, she created and oversees the robust MTSS program for struggling students.

Ashley Shannon

Ashley has worked in multiple roles in education including case manager, health technician, paraprofessional, guest teacher, and academic support specialist. She attributes her holistic approach and passion for SEL to the unique needs of students that she has encountered throughout her teaching experience.

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