Watch this webinar focused on strategies to guide your staff through the reflection process that will help honor their experiences and encourage them to apply new learnings to the upcoming school year. This webinar will provide participants opportunities to reflect on their experiences from the last year and develop a plan to support reflection amongst their staff. These activities will continue to support social-emotional growth through reflection amongst staff.
The 2020-2021 school year was unparalleled in terms of the flexibility and innovativeness K-12 administrators and educators had to utilize to work through challenges. In order to plan for the 2021-2022 school year, reflecting on past experience is vital.
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Perfect for school and district leaders, teachers, Principals, SEL trainers and SEL teams
Scarlett Tannetta, M.Ed.
Scarlett Tannetta is a former high school teacher, administrator and professional development specialist who is most passionate about providing school and district staff with meaningful learning opportunities. Scarlett was involved in the creation of the Early College Initiative program in Massachusetts, as well as participated in alignment studies surrounding state standardized testing, and was the recipient of the Sontag Prize in Urban Education.
Shawna Jensen, M.Ed.
Shawna Jensen is a former secondary school literacy teacher and district instructional coach. She is a current doctoral candidate with research projects connected to online professional development for educators, gamified learning as SEL, and trauma-informed teaching practices. She has presented on similar topics at a number of conferences including CCRIA, CLAS, and PEBC’s Phenomenal Teaching Symposiums. She is passionate about leveraging resources to create flexible, immersive, and safe learning environments for educators and students.
Topic: Social and Emotional Learning