Supporting SEL and Mental Health in a Tiered Framework During Covid-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
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Jill Goldstein Smith
(The Assoc. of Camp Nurses uses the term MESH - mental emotional social health, and my org adds spiritual health for MESSH, if that term is interesting to others)
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Thank you, Jill. I appreciate you sharing MESH and MESSH with us. Spritual health is so important.
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Interesting that gender-violence is not listed as a deeply rooted society challenge
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Sooner than you think, Zeke :) [Today’s Slides] http://pan-ed.com/sel-and-mental-health
Thanks a lot. Ms.Onokala.
Hello Everyone from Edgecombe County NC Thank you for this needed information to support us all
Thank you Shawn for your sharing your best practices.
Can the Panorama survey be used with K - 2? (reading level?)
Sharing the survey that Shawn mentioned: https://www.panoramaed.com/social-emotional-learning-sel
Thank you so much
YOu all are on it!
Indiana graduate here!
Great implementation of SEL, Shawn!
Maria Luisa Meneses
thank you- San Jose -Maria Luisa Meneses
Indiana graduate here as well!
Elevating Betty Jo’s question for folks in the chat - How are folks listening to student voice outside of survey data? We look at that as using focus groups/lunch bunch discussions to triangulate with the Panorama survey data. Does anyone have experience on doing same?
Listening to parents as well. They are seeing some things from students at home that may be different than what we see at school. Or what students report.
Love what you are saying Ryan!
Sharing @Toby’s work, thank you Toby! “I’m about to do some focus groups on sense of belonging at our high school. Haven’t done it yet but excited to get some more qualitative data”
@Debi sharing: My hope is that this data will heighten our awareness for those quiet kids that often are not brought to our attention because they cause no problems. I think the sense of belonging question and the one free response question are very helpful.
Some of my teachers host their office hours as “Student Hours” to make a welcoming place for student to connect with the teacher.
From @Nancy: We have "standard treatment protocols" developed in reading and math with general decision rules for movement between tiers and recommended interventions. Does anyone have something similar for SEL skills?
Jill Goldstein Smith
[Also curious about any Out of School Time - as a camp organization, interested in learning from and with school systems to create a well-rounded flow of ways to support kids and families. Might be outside scope of this space.]
I meet with students on Monday's for Mindfulness. I meet with staff on Wednesday's for Wellness.
From @Sheila: Building in restorative circles in school day to give students voice
From @Melanie: I meet with students on Monday's for Mindfulness. I meet with staff on Wednesday's for Wellness.
@Melanie - what do your Wellness sessions look like? Do you have a tool, site, resource that you use?
Can you share the panorama survey? I would like to survey my students on a monthly basis to better plan my SEL Virtual lessons
visit classes for community building activitites
Here in Sarasota we are addressing SEL through the arts…. https://www.broadwayworld.com/sarasota/article/Van-Wezel-Partners-With-Feelings-Addressed-Mindfully-Teaching-Artists-To-Intersect-Social-Emotional-Learning-And-Arts-Education-20210106?fbclid=IwAR0j9Qk6fgLqUOhgjklzaYt4fL4T52Axp_0JpAHquCUuHDsOZYHERzVmv3E
Here you go @Surbhi: https://www.panoramaed.com/social-emotional-learning-sel
We have a menu of strategies and supports for Academic, Behavior, and SEL for Tier 2
@Maria, thank you for sharing how you’re addressing SEL through the arts!
From @Haifa: We created a wellness where we hold zoom meetings with small groups and we boost their values , wellbeing and listen to their voice
Yes! We have BC2M clubs in N. Cal area HS’s in SCUSD.
So many powerful ideas and practices being shared, please keep sharing + we’ll definitely send this chat transcript with the recording.
Love it, but they're not doing middle school yet :(
Student led club to end the stigma around mental health <3
From Jackie: @Melanie - love the practice, how do you build in time for Monday and Wednesday groups?
From @Dr. Farmer: I love this idea of peer support
Great conversation being had
In Charleston County schools, we conducted a yearly needs assessment each spring, that surveyed all students, faculty and a percentage of parents. The results, along with standardized info, were utilized to design the school's guidance and counseling program for the year. Programs included: mentoring, lunch buddies, small groups, peer mediators, specific school-wide events., parent seminars and parent focus-groups, community-agency networking, etc.
Great question, Zeke! Thank you. How do we make it culturally relevant as well?
We in Cincinnati are blest to have mental health partners that assist us: https://1n5.org/
@Linda, thank you for sharing those programs for others to learn from your work
@Linda Lucas: can you share the needs assessment?
love what you are saying Shawn!
SUCH a true statement!!!
And another partner: MindPeace https://mindpeacecincinnati.com/ has virtual calming room videos...free and help us set up calming rooms and suicide prevention programs in our schools
From Alexandra: @debi Doyle would you be able to share the menu of tier 2 interventions you use?
In Anne Arundel County Schools in Md, we have an Employee Assistance Program which helps us in anyway in we need.
@Tim thank you for sharing this!
Thanks for the resource, Timothy!
From @LeAnne: Back to mindfulness, we held "take care Tuesdays" for 8 weeks in the fall at the beginning of each class period, before school, and after school for staff. (We are in-person) We simply found approx. 5 min videos from You Tube and let them choose from between 2-3 videos. It was very well received by those who attended. Counselors rotated who headed up each session.
From Jackie: Tim, thank you, I've been searching for a virtual Calm Room model
so true our new adjusted normal going through collective trauma in the community and society
From Jackie: @LeAnne, fantastic info, thank you for sharing this. Did you find Admin. was supportive?
From Sheila: Here is ISD 728 virtual calming corner. https://sites.google.com/isd728.org/virtualcalmingcorner/home
Google Sites is very user friendly in making websites. I used it to make my school counseling website for students, staff, and parents.
@Jackie I set time before school to do Mindfulness with students to start off the week. For staff Wellness we do it during lunch. Almost like when we were on campus hanging out in the lounge.
The challenge for many of us is that for years SEL has been viewed as an optional, add on sort of thing. I really appreciated the panelist who reframed that this a practice because we are seeing more and more that SEL should be an ADD-IN. The practice brings depth to all we do as educators and really is the beginning, not the afterthought in our craft.
This is NOT happening in Higher Ed. our faculty, Adminsitration snd staff need so much SEL. what we are doing is NOT enough.
If this pandemic does not underscore the impact of stress, anxiety, and depression as well as the need to develop SEL processes, not just programs, it will never happen.
We have student success and student wellness but not necessarily aligned to a multi-tiered approach
After assessing our 125 schools, we know conclusively that trauma informed care, self-care, and compassion fatigue are vital topics for Professional Development
I think we are getting much better at collecting data but the implementation of the next step is often where things get derailed. Push-in, pull-out, who, when and all the other logistic details. We currently have a bill going through our legislature to ensure at least 80% of counselors time is spent in direct services for kids.
Thank you very much!
Rachel Pascale, EDC
Here’s more about the RAAP: Rapid Assessment & Action Planning: https://www.edc.org/sites/default/files/SEL-MH-RAAP.pdf
Dr. Therese Farmer
Thank you guys!
Thanks so much. Great session.
Thanks! Have a nice afternoon :)
Thank you! :)
Thank you have a great day
thank you for plethora of resources
thank you for this great information
thanks so much. we really need this.
Thank you Shawn and panelists!!!!!!!
I would like to see a list of fee based services
Great to see so many people thinking about SEL for students and teachers!
From John Cooper Thanks
Panorama always provides excellent workshops!
fantastic info from panel and participants. thank you
I attend all Panorama trainings.