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5 Essential Steps for Building a Trauma-Informed SEL School
Want to build your capacity as a trauma-informed school?
Join us for a 45-minute webinar that will provide you with a framework for trauma-informed practices. You’ll walk away with specific tools and strategies to develop your staff and empower your students to build resilience.
Presented by: Dumaka Moultrie, M.A.T, M.Ed. Dean of Students and Culture at Slater Elementary School in Atlanta Georgia and Tom Hierck, author of Starting a Movement, 7 Keys to a Positive Learning Environment in Your Classroom and Trauma-Sensitive Instruction.
Family Engagement: A Trauma-Responsive Approach
When schools and districts support families through thoughtful, equitable policies and programs, everyone wins. Join us for a 45-minute webinar that will enable you to adopt a trauma-responsive approach to family engagement. You’ll walk away with tools and strategies that lead to powerful partnerships with families, especially those impacted by trauma.
Presented by: Tom Hierck, author of Starting a Movement, 7 Keys to a Positive Learning Environment in Your Classroom and Trauma-Sensitive Instruction and Lori Heisler, School Culture Coach and founder of the Greater Good Institute, a training and development company founded on the belief that all people deserve to be treated with dignity, compassion and love.
Leading for Change: How Leaders Can Build Equitable Schools
Are you committed to building equitable schools for all students?
Join us for this 45 minute webinar where you’ll learn how to drive equitable change in your school or district. You’ll explore what it means to be a leader for equity and walk away with concrete strategies to assess, plan for and implement systems, policies and practices that build equity for all students you serve.
Presented by: Sean Haley, Ph.D. Dr. Haley has served in various K-16 leadership positions, including in roles as principal and superintendent. He founded the Haley Responsive Education Corporation (HREC) in 2008 and has coached and consulted hundreds of teachers, campus leaders, central administrators, and school board members in diverse districts across 15 states and 1 U.S. territory. His impact includes work with educational change leaders including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, International Center for Leadership in Education, Institute for Public School Initiatives, Engage2Learn, and Kickboard.
Watch a Recording of Past Webinars
Are you charged with leading or supporting SEL in your school? Join us for a 45-minute webinar that will build your capacity to implement SEL and SEL coaching in your school or district. You’ll leave with a clear picture of the roles and responsibilities of an effective SEL coach and an actionable plan for how to support successful SEL practices in your school.
Presented by: Jennifer Rogers, PhD, LPC. Dr. Rogers, the founder of Rogers Training Solutions, LLC. Dr. Rogers works with educators to develop tools and strategies to increase positive outcomes for students and adults. She is the author of Leading for Change Through Whole-School Social-Emotional Learning: Strategies to Build a Positive School Culture.
Creating Positive School Culture
As a member of the school leadership team, a strong school culture begins with you. Join us for a 45-minute webinar that will empower you to create a more positive school culture. During the webinar you will learn powerful and concrete steps to build a more positive, happy and equitable school for your teachers, students and families.
Presented by: Dumaka Moultrie, M.A.T, M.Ed. Dean of Students and Culture at Slater Elementary School in Atlanta Georgia and Tom Hierck, author of Starting a Movement, Managing Unstoppable Learning, and 7 Keys to a Positive Learning Environment in Your Classroom.
Becoming an Anti-Racist Educator
Our students deserve schools and classrooms led by educators focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Join us for a 45-minute webinar where you’ll learn where to start—or continue—your journey as an anti-racist educator. During the webinar you will examine what anti-racism is and why it matters, along with the impact of systemic racism on students, families and schools.
Presented by: LaTisha Vaughn and Quenetta White, Founders of ARC: Anti-Racism Courses for Educators with over 50 years of combined experience teaching and leading successful schools
Creating Positive Learning Environments in your School
Creating the most positive and productive learning environment for you and your team requires a specific skill set. The most powerful tools you can have are strategies to promote positive student behavior in every classroom in your school. Join us for a 45-minute webinar where you’ll walk away feeling more confident and intentional about how to encourage more of the behaviors you want, with concrete tools and strategies to use immediately in your school.
- Tom Hierck, Renowned Educator & Speaker
- Megan Bertrand, Vice Principal, Operations, STEM
This webinar covered:
- The importance of creating a positive learning environment
- How to identify essential components of a positive learning environment
- How to analyze your belief systems and mindsets about learning environments and what behavior means
- How to implement both proactive and responsive strategies that will promote positive student behavior in every classroom
Practical Schoolwide Tools for Building Student Resilience
- Tom Hierck, Renowned Educator & Speaker
- Dr. Char-Shenda Covington, Principal of Stone Mountain Elementary in DeKalb County, GA
- Jolynn Greene, Head of Professional Services, Kickboard
This webinar will provide tools and activities to work toward cultivating a trauma informed school. You will learn how to synthesize information under a framework that helps you to better promote resilience for your students and yourself using six common practices that are fundamental across all types of trauma-informed organizations.
Proactive SEL Practices for Ensuring a Positive Schoolwide Culture
Presented by: Pamela Freeman, Principal of Baseline Elementary; Little Rock School District and Jolynn Greene, Head of Professional Services; Kickboard
Learn how Baseline Elementary, in partnership with Kickboard, has created a positive schoolwide culture where students develop the social-emotional learning competencies they need to thrive. Principal Pamela Freeman will share specific practices and schoolwide systems that helped reduce suspensions by 80% and create a joyful, positive schoolwide learning environment.