Teaching Anxious Learners


Help Identify and Support Students Struggling

with Anxiety


Watch this webinar to hear from guest speaker Faith Smith, as she shares strategies and solutions for teachers who have students that struggle with anxiety. You will hear:

  • Experience from a parent and teacher

  • Signs that are often missed

  • Ways that you can support these learners in your classroom and school


This resource is for:


Expected completion time:

30 minutes

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Our speakers

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Faith Smith

Faith Smith has been an educator for over twenty years. From 1999-2014, Faith was a high school English teacher. Since 2014, Faith has been a school and district leader specializing in teacher leadership, instructional technology, and data & assessment.
Faith has an M.Ed. with a focus on educational technology, as well as post-graduate certification work in Educational Administration and Curriculum and Instruction. Faith is a licensed school administrator in Illinois and Wisconsin. 


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Ashley Shannon

Ashley is an education specialist with over 15 years of teaching experience including music, general education, and students with significant support needs. Her passion for holistic education was at the forefront of her teaching practices and she now gets to share her love of all things SEL with Satchel Pulse.


About Satchel Pulse

Our mission is to empower educators, learners, and parents with the best tools and services they need to get the most out of their journeys through K-12 education. We work with school districts to get the accurate data they need in order to monitor and improve their Social Emotional Learning and Culture and Climate.
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