Webinar | A Comprehensive Framework for Addressing SELDistrict Leaders Share Promising Practices for SEL at Scale
Meeting Students Where They Are
School districts across the country have reached an inflection point regarding critical health, wellness, and safety issues impacting their students: mental health, bullying, and navigating social and online challenges.
Leaders at all levels of educational systems see unprecedented accountability from stakeholders. The expectation: do more and better work to get ahead of these challenges. This rightful call to action underscores the need for a system-wide approach to social and emotional learning.
Listen in as Allison Ginn, World Languages and PE & Health Coordinator at Frisco Independent School District, and Julia Sarmiento-Cohen, Supervisor of Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) for Hillsborough County Public Schools share principle practices in social-emotional learning. Together with EVERFI’s Senior Director of Impact & Education Erin McClintock, they discuss a comprehensive framework to meet students’ SEL needs.
- Exclusive look at a new survey of 3,500 K-12 Educators on issues impacting student wellness and social-emotional health
- Framework for building capacity in SEL implementation
- Strategies for using your EVERFI data to support your district’s strategic plan
A Comprehensive Framework for Advancing Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Efforts: EVERFI’s Impact Framework, when applied to social and emotional learning, enables schools and district leaders to translate aspiration into action. Using four pillars- institutionalization, data collection, policy development, and programming, this organizational framework guides schools in their efforts to build a comprehensive approach to SEL.
How One School District is Transforming Its SEL Efforts: In exploring Frisco ISD’s EVERFI course data, EVERFI researchers observed that students earned significantly higher rates of prosocial behavior including healthy attitudes related to mental health, character, and bullying, as well as significantly higher rates of student perceptions that they were a part of a community that cares about them.
New Research: What’s Impacting Today’s Students?: Nearly 3,500 teachers across North America share what they see as the most pressing issues in students’ lives today.
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