Prioritizing Mental Well-being for Students & Teachers
Date/Time: July 5, 2020, On-Demand
WEBINAR AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND
For Students, Teachers, and School Communities
Educators have truly risen to the challenges presented by remote learning. We see your feats of strength and courage in the face of the unknown, and salute the work you do, day-in and day-out. You are currently facing and solving for some of society’s largest, most intractable problems. Student well-being is at the top of your list of priorities, and your well-being is at the top of ours.
In this session, we will explore the latest digital resources from EVERFI, best practices for supporting student learning, and methods to help build a strong classroom culture, whether remotely or in-person.
Attendees will receive:
- A certificate for 1 hour of professional development
- Effective strategies for supporting both student & teacher mental health
- Additional remote learning best practices & resources
The JED Foundation
Nance Roy, Ed.D
Nance has over 20 years of experience as a psychologist working in college mental health. In addition to her work at JED, she is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Yale School of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry. Nance was Director of the Health and Counseling Center at Sarah Lawrence College before becoming the Assistant Dean of Health and Wellness at Sarah Lawrence, and more recently was the Associate Dean of Health and Wellness at Rhode Island School of Design. She is a senior advisor for the National College Depression Partnership and her publications have focused on effective strategies for treatment and management of at-risk students on college campuses. Nance earned a B.S. degree from the University of Rhode Island, an M.S. from the University of North Carolina and an Ed.D. from Harvard University.
Senior Director of Impact, EVERFI
Erin is a strength-based mental health practitioner with a passion for prevention, social-emotional learning, and digital wellness. In her role as Senior Director of Impact and Education and EVERFI’s resident mental health subject matter expert, Erin critically explores the way in which technology can play a part in supporting the emotional well-being of learners across the lifespan, and how to best utilize technology to make an impact on the collective mental health of our world. Erin holds a graduate degree in Counseling Psychology, completed her post-masters studies in Trauma and Addiction Counseling, and has extensive experience in community, school, and collegiate mental health.