Building a Thriving Future: Social Emotional Learning for Children and Adults
Watch the Panel Discussion "Building a Thriving Future: Social Emotional Learning for Children and Adults Panel Discussion." led by Dan Goleman (CASEL Founder) that involves Mark Greenberg (CREATE for Education, CASEL Founder), Tish Jennings (Univ of Viriginia and The CARE Program), and Robert Jagers (Vice President for Research at CASEL). We discuss developmental needs of children and youth and equity, the current state of research and practice, the need for systemic approaches to SEL, and the need to focus not only on child but also adult/educator SEL.
Building Resilience to Support Ourselves, Others, and Our Students
This practice-based webinar led by Mark Greenberg, Christa Turksma and Velma Cobb provides helpful tools and experiences educators can use to build their resilience and support their well-being. Participate in these practices to enhance your emotional awareness and compassion for both your own self-care and the care and nurturing of others.
Teacher and School Staff Wellbeing 101
Social and Emotional Learning, Teacher Well-Being, and Student Success. What do we know? And where do we go from here? A webinar by Mark Greenberg, PhD, Penn State and Dr. Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl University of British Colombia.
Education Forum: Mark Greenberg, Christa Turksma, and Tish Jennings
Dr. Mark Greenberg moderated the conversation between Christa Turksma Director of Training for CARE, andDr. Tish Jennings professor and CARE co-developer.They reflected on the origins of CARE, which stands for Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education, sharing how it was born out of a desire to help caregivers, especially teachers, become more aware, compassionate, and present in the classroom.
Rebuilding Community: Navigating the New Normal
As educators, our lives have been forever changed. We have all experienced trauma in some form. This webinar will discuss ideas about how schools can begin to rebuild a sense of community including exploring adult social and emotional needs, collaborating on strategies to build caring connections with our students and colleagues. Dr. Mark Greenberg, Dorothy Morelli, Denine Parks-Goolsby, and Dr. Joseph Gerics