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Expert Q&A: Cultivating a Sense of Belonging as Students Transition Back to School - Shared screen with speaker view
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18:18
Welcome, everyone!
Becky Barstein
18:25
Becky calling in from Jersey City, NJ - Hi Nick’s dog
Panorama's Community Workshops
18:25
We’re so glad you’re here with us today!
Becky Barstein
18:48
Shoutout to all the dog parents and parents out there <3
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18:49
So glad you’re here with us today!
Kimberly Bush
18:49
Bethlehem, PA
Andrea Meyer
18:52
Hello from Gastonia, NC
Lauren Kaminski
18:55
Columbus, OH
Shelia Sales
18:55
The Columbus Ohio!
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18:56
Hello from all over!
jessica lewis
18:58
hi Mays Landing NJ. paraprofessional
Stacey Brinkley
18:58
Hello All! Stacey Brinkley from Cloudy Columbus, OHIO!
Whitney Closson
18:59
Upstate NY
Patricia Davis
19:00
Denver, CO
Becky Barstein
19:01
OH IO
Patti Harmon
19:01
Hello from Hagerstown, Maryland
Noeleen Miller
19:03
Noeleen, from Niles, Ohio
Mary Lee Lee
19:04
I'm joining from Los Angeles, CA.
Melissa Bertsch
19:04
Buffalo, Minnesota
Elizabeth Alvarez
19:06
Elizabeth from Mission, TX
Margaret Dreier
19:08
New York, NY
Mary Martin
19:12
Fayetteville, AR
Lori Koetter
19:12
Hi from the mountains of North GA!
Lisa Hartlaub
19:13
Hi. I'm Lisa from Columbus Ohio
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19:13
Love the remote work realness of the dog barking :) Our new reality!!
Kecia McDonald
19:14
Aloha from Hawai'i
Myra Adams
19:14
St. Louis humid here
Bobbi Jo Baldwin Baldwin
19:14
Bobbi Jo Baldwin, Wellsville New York
Jane Larson
19:16
Duluth MN
Kelley Hensley
19:17
Hello from NC!
Lizzette Ferreris
19:20
Hello from Puerto Rico
Brenda Windhausen
19:21
Hi from Dobbs Ferry NY!
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19:23
Hello St. Louis!
Ellen Sarkisian
19:24
Denver, CO
Regina Castillo
19:25
Greetings from San Luis Obispo, Ca
Abbie Green Bryan
19:26
Fort Lauderdale, FL. Broward County
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19:27
Hello Denver!
Lisa Hartlaub
19:31
What is your name?
Traci Jennings
19:38
northwest Kansas
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19:38
Hello Illinois friends!
Becky Barstein
19:49
Honestly, I feel the same way - I wanna go outside!!
Christine Bradfield
20:00
Good morning from Long Beach, CA!
Amy Burger
20:09
Wake Forest NC
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20:20
Welcome to folks from all over!
Karen Tokos
20:28
Boston, MA classroom teacher
Pam McNall
20:37
Atlanta, GA :-)
Marshall Grant
20:37
Lewisville, TX, elementary school counselor
Bethia Thomas
20:48
Hi! Cherry Hill, NJ!
Becky Barstein
21:12
Tense and hopeful <3
Julia Renfro
21:21
AKCIS.org Program Manager and Partnership Coordinator, Wasilla, Alaska - statewide reach
Lori Koetter
21:41
stressed and blessed
Kimberly Bush
21:44
Frustrated hopeful
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21:45
Excited and anxious
Carolyn Mak
21:51
tentative and excited
Christine Bradfield
21:56
Open-minded and humbled
Ellen Sarkisian
21:57
Overwhelmed and hopeful
Emily Goldberg
21:59
excited and hesitant
Mary Lee Lee
22:05
Hopeful and Frustrated
Stacey Brinkley
22:06
Blessed and Encouraged
Stevan Doll
22:06
anxious and hesitant
Andrea Meyer
22:08
Hopeful and SLEEPY!
Abbie Green Bryan
22:09
I feel anxious and optimistic
Lisa Hartlaub
22:13
expectation of ideas
Jane Larson
22:17
anxious and hopeful
Margaret Dreier
22:18
Tired, hopeful
Karen Tokos
22:18
wary, capable
Shelia Sales
22:21
creative and pensive
Lizzette Ferreris
22:23
Calm and hopeful
Myra Adams
22:32
Warm and uncomfortable air went out this morning
Mike Snow
22:33
Listening and Excited
Lisa Mccusker
22:35
Angry, determined
jessica lewis
22:37
wanting truth
Becky Barstein
22:53
Hi Myra and Jessica! Good to see yall (Becky from Panorama)
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23:04
Thanks for participating in the poll!
Jane Larson
23:20
poll questions did not come up
Myra Adams
23:48
Hi Becky
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23:58
“news of proposed school schedules is overwhelming as a parent and for teachers. I also feel encouraged that we are paying attention to the SE needs of ALL!!” @Leilani thank you for sharing!! We’re so happy you’re here!
Julia Renfro
24:00
Do you have pop-ups blocked?
Becky Barstein
24:32
@Julia depending on how you are logging in you might not see the pop up
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24:35
Reminder to please share with “all panelists and attendees” so everyone can hear your questions and perspectives!
Becky Barstein
24:37
What is your role?
Myra Adams
24:54
Teacher Assistant
Becky Barstein
24:56
Are you planning for additional set initiatives next year?
Sheila Jackson
25:17
Angry and hopeful
Emilie Hill
25:38
Restorative Justice Advisor
Sheila Jackson
26:12
Director for Family and School Partnerships
Meghan Cinelli
26:26
School Psychologist
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26:39
David, Emilie, Sheila, Meghan, thank you for joining!
Becky Barstein
26:46
GO MIKE!
Becky Barstein
27:17
Nodding same mike!
Lori Koetter
27:21
SPED Middle School Teacher
lenda Johnson
27:51
Early Childhood Family Education Parent Educator
Jennifer Fein
28:07
assistant principal - middle school
Lisa Hartlaub
28:14
Lisa K-12 spec ed
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28:17
@Patrice, yes, we’ll send the recording out to all attendees
Becky Barstein
28:18
[Click to Tweet] "We know from the research that learning is profoundly social AND emotional. Social-emotional learning and academic development are inextricably linked." @ngwoolf speaking with @PanoramaEd and @move_thisworld #SEL #edchat #EdLeadership https://pan-ed.com/3hZSRwM
Becky Barstein
28:36
^if you are active on twitter and want to make sure others hear this conversation, we invite you to tweet!
Steven Kaufman
28:56
Director of Instructional Leadership and Intervention
Gabriel Vote
30:55
A good teacher does not tell students what to see, but instead he shows them where to look.
Nick Woolf
31:17
Yes! We will send it out as a follow up and our team can send the link :)
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31:22
Source: Institute of Education Sciences (IES) https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/regions/northwest/pdf/social-emotional-learning.pdf
Esther Coleman
31:44
Yes!
Kecia McDonald
31:47
nice! TY!
Sheila Jackson
32:10
Sheila Jackson, Ed.D. from PGCPS Maryland
Sheila Jackson
32:12
Yes!
Stacey Brinkley
32:31
Great points, Mike! Thanks for being and sharing your authentic self!
Esther Coleman
33:15
Some students will not be able to feel they belong in a system that was not designed for them, i.e., race, gender, culture, ability.
Gabriel Vote
33:28
A good way to judge someone's character is to observe them how they treat others who can do nothing for them.
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34:15
Absolutely - here is the link to the document on the screen: Source: Institute of Education Sciences (IES) https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/regions/northwest/pdf/social-emotional-learning.pdf
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34:34
“Love laying foundation proactively” Yes thank you @Keisha!
Becky Barstein
35:20
[Click to Tweet] “What does it mean to distinguish between belonging and connection? Can I bring myself to this space? What does that mean for our students, especially as we think about race and ethnicity?” https://ctt.ac/f2eLh @PanoramaEd @move_thisworld #sel #edchat #edleadership
Esther Coleman
36:29
Bias is an important factor. However, let's say each and every educator were able to mitigate their biases. Students of color would not be much better off, because the system may or may not change. You cannot isolate one school from the entire system nor the educational system from other systems - health, transportation, criminal justice, labor and so forth. These systems are interconnected and interdependent. This is why I worry about just focusing on bias. The systems survive and have for generations.
Suzanne Howard
37:08
This is so interesting!!
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37:31
Here is the open source survey Mary mentioned from Panorama - https://www.panoramaed.com/school-climate-survey
Marshall Grant
38:30
Esther: I guess it's a start. We have to take all systemic ills, including these, bite by bite.
Nandini Naik
39:09
@Esther Coleman Well, creating spaces that adults analyze their bias and the biases inherent in the systems leads to those adults being in leadership positions, perhaps becoming superintendents, or deputy superintendents and chancellors - empowering leaders to make those changes. I see looking as bias as imperative to this systemic change. Of course, looking at bias is not done in isolation but by not looking at it we are doing a disservice to the kids you say feel they do not belong. It’s one of the routes to address DEI.
Esther Coleman
39:30
Respectfully, I am growing a little tired of measuring this and measuring that. People of color always have the worst outcomes. We know that already.
Thea Meierkort
39:48
Can we get more information on the Collaborative Inquiry Cycle (integrating SEL with academics?)
Karen Tokos
40:11
Thank you, Esther.
John Triska
40:35
Measurement is a way in. It develops the WHY, and helps us monitor progress.
Esther Coleman
41:42
It hasn't so far.
Becky Barstein
42:14
[Click to Tweet] https://ctt.ac/dzPho - “We are always in the data data data, but we can’t talk about numbers and not keep close to our heart the students we work with every https://ctt.ac/dzPho+ voice is really big to us!” @PanoramaEd @move_thisworld #sel #edchat #edleadership
Esther Coleman
42:31
Agree completely.
Nandini Naik
43:34
If the “hasn’t so far” is responding to me - it’s iterative. In schools in the Network I work for we are certainly empowering teachers to advocate for the students we work with - it hasn’t thus far is not reason enough to stop. Looking at our biases is ongoing. What do you suggest is a way to impact change better?
Gabriel Vote
43:36
Collaborative communication is crucial!
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44:48
@Beatty, we will send out the effect of stress resource in the follow-up!
Gabriel Vote
44:55
self management reminds me of Diversity always, equity for all, and cultural sensitivity daily!
Nandini Naik
45:53
Love these three practices! Beautiful.
Gabriel Vote
45:57
Check out: R.E.A.P. Racial Equity Analysis Protocol.
Becky Barstein
46:53
[Click to Tweet] We are really making sure students have a role in leadership as much as adults. @MaryCrnobori@PanoramaEd @move_thisworld #sel #edchat #edleadership #panoresilience https://ctt.ac/ukhbB
Julia Renfro
47:25
Sounds like Capturing Kids' Hearts
Esther Coleman
47:27
I did not say we shouldn't look at our biases. We definitely should. To me, it is sort of like the chicken and the egg. I believe that bias is created out of structural racism and helps sustain it. So I am suggesting that we not take our eyes off the overarching problem, which is the structure, e.g., structural racism.
Jack Organ
47:41
^^^^^
Gabriel Vote
47:44
From the virus to the white fragility causing racial injustice, SEL is more needed than ever!
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48:04
“student voice data helps us be mindful about "Single Story" bias and adult assumptions about student experiences. Then, we check and connect with students in small focus groups, e.g. "We heard students say _______, does this match your experience?" Empathy Interviews have also been helpful follow-up practices.” @ Chris Moore, thank you for sharing!
Jonette Miller
48:12
Agreed - Gabriel Vote.
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48:31
*nodding @Gabriel
Becky Barstein
48:42
Appreciate the honesty in the conversation about racial justice and making sure we are working to dismantle systemic racism and doing the self work - so hard AND important
Karen Tokos
49:21
Question for the panel: I am a secondary teacher. My school is still on a traditional schedule with 5-6 class meets per day. Is it optimal for a kid to be experiencing mindfulness opportunities and explicit SEL instruction 5-6 times per day, or should I be imagining this differently?
Gabriel Vote
49:52
Some kids look forward to getting out of their home to feel connected and safe at school. The virus took that away from them.
Esther Coleman
49:58
It is hard, Becky. But I am trying to be hopeful that we can tackle hard things if we open our minds to what the real problem is.
Gabriel Vote
50:53
We must work hard to be able to handle behavior problems that some kids may have, due to them being in tough home lives.
Esther Coleman
52:06
Reimagined, disrupted, torn down, and rebuilt
Becky Barstein
53:16
[Click to Tweet] The status quo was not okay to begin with. We have a beautiful opportunity to reimagine education. We are focusing on safety first, relationship rich schools that foster a sense of belonging. @MaryCrnobori @PanoramaEd @move_thisworld #sel #edchat #edleadership #panoresilience https://ctt.ac/Z6V83
Kelley Hensley
53:26
We are thinking that teachers can choose from a variety of strategies that they feel comfortable with. One teacher may use the mindful minute. One may utilize journal prompts, etc. Some of our guiding questions for the whole staff have been things like, "How will I know the difference between when a student is reacting to stress and trauma and when they are being disrespectful/challenging authority? How will I know when my students need me to chunk assignments or be more flexible? How will I know when my students need a brain break?"--I would love more ideas on preventing a mindful minute every period as well though.
Brittani Wade
53:27
@Ester loving your comments here. I agree! it’s aligned with a book I’m reading called “we want more than survive”.
Esther Coleman
53:51
Thanks. I will check that book out!
Gabriel Vote
53:53
I read Dr. Kendi's book. Amazing and enlightening!
Myra Adams
54:17
so true
Kimberly Bush
54:33
“What are you prepared to dismantle? What are you prepared to rebuild?” -Sherrilyn Ifill on Why is This Happening? With Chris Hayes podcast yesterday. I highly suggest it.
Esther Coleman
54:56
The entire structure
Keisha Anderson
55:09
I total agree at making time throughout the day to prioritize SEL. How would you suggest implementation of these when school districts are so focused on academics?
Gabriel Vote
55:27
Students won't care how much you know until they know how much you care. #74%
Esther Coleman
55:52
Love Ifill and Hayes. I will look for the podcast. Thanks.
Noel Aprile
56:06
SEL has been shown to increase achievement scores 11 points or more
Gabriel Vote
56:34
Kids will need us to be more of an uplifter and counselor, more than a fact and info giver when blended learning happens in the fall.
Becky Barstein
56:40
Shoutout to OHIO! So much great SEL work happening across the state :)
Jack Organ
56:49
O-H
Becky Barstein
56:59
I-O
Jack Organ
57:02
:)
Becky Barstein
57:10
[Click to Tweet] "We don't always have the time to pause and ask students about their sense of belonging -- to ask them how accepted they feel and how supported they are -- but it is so valuable when we do." @ngwoolf speaking with @PanoramaEd and @move_thisworld #SEL #edchat #EdLeadership https://pan-ed.com/3fVktkV
Jack Organ
57:16
I grew up in Kent, OH
Gabriel Vote
57:23
With Schoology and Google Classroom, Multiple Intelligences using Differentiated Instruction will be key!
Becky Barstein
57:32
[Click to Tweet] "You need to prioritize adult belonging in tandem with student belonging. If we expect adults to foster a supportive environment, we need to be investing in adult relationship building." @ngwoolf speaking with @PanoramaEd and @move_thisworld #SEL #edchat https://pan-ed.com/3ewim6U
Keisha Anderson
57:36
I'm in Ohio and this is NOT a practice across enough districts
Lisa Hartlaub
57:40
O H
Karen Tokos
57:46
appreciation for attention to adults' sense of belonging
Nandini Naik
57:59
Esther, I certainly agree. But I think taking down the wall entails the bricks being taken down piece by piece. Breaking down how the system can actually be broken down might actually be what helps us take it down. It’s like chunking the task, if you will. Simply saying break the system isn’t helpful without the analysis of what that means and how to pull those threads to unravel it.
Jack Organ
58:16
@Keisha, yes, I didn’t have much SEL in my school.
Nandini Naik
59:01
Love that piece about prioritizing adult belonging, Becky and thank you for honoring this side conversation that is ensuing. I hope it’s not too distracting from what is being shared.
Esther Coleman
59:04
Don't disagree.
Nandini Naik
59:24
:)
Brittani Wade
59:29
To Ester’s point, we can still have this conversation and note it is not enough. Systematic oppression will not be dismantled by one or are schools alone.
Gabriel Vote
59:42
Using Hattie's HYIS can be used to give students a voice and ownership in thier new normal of online learning.
Nandini Naik
59:48
Absolutely, Brittani.
Becky Barstein
01:00:05
Great to see you again Brittani!! And completely agree
Keisha Anderson
01:00:13
@Jack, yes sadly as folks SPEAK equitable, not many schools are walking it out
Esther Coleman
01:00:40
Agree
Jack Organ
01:00:41
So easy to talk pretty.
Stacey Brinkley
01:00:51
Great point, Mike. In Essence, we adults give ourselves too much credit in "knowing" and students, not enough credit! They know themselves and their sense of knowing and belonging better than we do!
Becky Barstein
01:01:07
[Click to Tweet] https://pan-ed.com/2VfSiVR We as educators can search for the answers, but ask the students because they might know right away. @PanoramaEd @move_thisworld #sel #edchat #edleadership
Gabriel Vote
01:01:16
A teacher plants seeds for trees whose shade he does not expect to sit under.
Becky Barstein
01:01:17
+1 mike DO NOT MISS THAT <3
Jack Organ
01:01:19
^^^yes Stacey
Nandini Naik
01:01:42
I like that Mike. The connecting being the so what… What comes from that sense of belonging? What action is catalyzed due to it? How are they activated?
Becky Barstein
01:04:38
[Click to Tweet] https://pan-ed.com/3er2y5g A tier 1 SEL program should give all students the time and space to process their feelings, connect with one another, and develop meaningful relationships with their teacher and other adults in the building. @PanoramaEd @move_thisworld #sel #edchat #edleadership
Brittani Wade
01:05:57
Are we quantifying and strategically teaching students to cope with racism and inequity? I think there is room to push these ideas forward. Brick by brick, may be a too slow approach. In my opinnion :-)
Meghan Boyer
01:06:28
YES Brittani!
Noel Aprile
01:06:29
Sense of belonging can make way for collectivism - to me there is a connection to social justice.
Laura Broadnax
01:06:51
How do we access the slides please?
Esther Coleman
01:07:00
Agree completely with you Brittani.
Becky Barstein
01:07:08
[Click to Tweet] https://pan-ed.com/2YwfIZf By providing a common language you open up the door to more conversations surrounding emotions and how we can help one another de-escalate, resolve conflict and meaningfully connect. @PanoramaEd @move_thisworld #sel #edchat #edleadership
Patricia Zahregian
01:07:27
will the slides be emailed with the link re 5 reasons why sel is important on a daily basis ?
JAMAAL THOMPSON
01:08:09
The slides, resources, and recording will be shared with all attendees.
Abbie Green Bryan
01:08:19
Awesome
Noel Aprile
01:08:21
My district is writing curriculum for a freshman seminar course - includes practical skills, SEL, diversity education, cultural awareness, social justice, and action civics. Main component of course is building sense of community and belonging. Peer mentors will be assigned to each section of the course.
Beatty Sekizenge
01:08:28
Thank you.
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01:08:31
MTW special programming: https://vimeo.com/showcase/7060483
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01:08:45
10 Ways Parents Can Bring Social-Emotional Learning Home: https://www.edsurge.com/news/2020-04-02-10-ways-parents-can-bring-social-emotional-learning-home
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01:09:02
SEL at Home: COVID Resource Library - https://www.movethisworld.com/category/supporting-mental-health-covid-19/
Pamela Judy
01:09:11
Thanks for such great information!
Becky Barstein
01:09:20
[Click to Tweet] https://pan-ed.com/3hWSQd2 As we begin to plan for the fall it will be more important to prioritize SEL in order to help students and teachers process the ongoing effects of COVID-19 and create belonging whether students will be engaging in school in person or at home. @PanoramaEd @move_thisworld #sel
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01:09:36
5 Reasons Why Social-Emotional Learning Should Be a Daily Routine - https://www.movethisworld.com/social-emotional-learning/2018-11-6-5-reasons-why-social-emotional-learning-should-be-a-daily-routine/
rhonda heatherly
01:09:43
Thank You for the resource!
Mike Omenazu
01:09:52
We can do and we WILL do this!
Stacey Brinkley
01:10:11
I have not been able to keep up with some of the great comments and links that have been shared. By chance will those be shared at a later date?
Panorama's Community Workshops
01:10:29
@Stacey, the chat will be included in the recording link so you can review it all together!
Esther Coleman
01:10:31
COVID - "The Great Revealer"
Patricia Zahregian
01:10:38
Thanks !
Gabriel Vote
01:10:41
weareteachers.com has some good SEL things on it.
Stacey Brinkley
01:11:12
Awesome! Thanks so much! Love, love, love the Panorama Webinars :-)
Becky Barstein
01:11:26
Thank you @stacey <3 that means so much to our team
Myra Adams
01:11:36
can I get a copy of everyone's power point?
Patti Harmon
01:11:40
Thank you for the info!
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01:11:46
@Myra, yes - slides, too!
Nandini Naik
01:11:52
Much appreciate this! Many thanks for sharing your expertise.
Ashley Anderson
01:11:56
Thanks for the links
Gabriel Vote
01:12:04
Thank you! This was great!
Kecia McDonald
01:12:12
Mahalo Panorama!
Gabriel Vote
01:12:25
Tell me and I forget, teach me and I learn; involve me and I grow!
Thea Meierkort
01:12:38
Does anyone have resources on how schools reopening have for special ed students?
Emilie Hill
01:12:45
Thank you for continuing to voice the importance of SEL supports and providing the resources to do it
Becky Barstein
01:12:56
[Click to Tweet] https://pan-ed.com/2Z3KbNf To cultivate belonging beyond the classroom, we need to consider how to continue to provide opportunities for students to connect cross-classroom, -grade level, and that will require us to reimagine our typical celebrations and gatherings. @PanoramaEd @move_thisworld #sel
jessica lewis
01:13:30
SEL and support will be more important than any academics. I hope my district and our state will recognize and adjust their standards
Gabriel Vote
01:13:32
Teachers will now get the respect we deserve, due to this virus and the upheaval it caused! I'm proud to be in this profession!
Lisa Hartlaub
01:13:45
Thea, I need this too
Patricia Zahregian
01:13:52
Thanks for all your work and support at this time. Covid closures have provided our SEL dept more of a chance to talk about why SEL is so important for our schools
rhonda heatherly
01:14:06
Brain Breaks are lifesavers for teachers, too!
Stacey Valley
01:14:32
Love replacing bell ringer with mindfulness or silent free choice.
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01:14:37
Great strategies, thank you for sharing Mary!
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01:15:18
@Inma, yes you will get your certificate in the next 48 hours
Julia Renfro
01:15:38
Our two largest school districts have shared "Good Things" at the start of every class and every meeting for staff/faculty.
Kelley Hensley
01:16:19
Thank you panelists. I know this felt like a whirlwind, but you gave us so many usable tools I can use with my staff right away. Thank you for the work you put in.
Nandini Naik
01:16:27
As Nick noted - so many teachers/educators came in anxious - the same way we are thinking of building capacity to approach the adult through and SEL lens, it’s important to thinking about we can bring mindfulness practices to the educators too...
Becky Barstein
01:17:07
[Click to Tweet] https://pan-ed.com/2zYcRia We focus a lot on SEL and academics integrations. We also focus on carved out time specific for SEL. We recommend regularly scheduling two stress reduction brain-breaks throughout the day...maybe homeroom and at the last block of the day. @MaryCrnobori @PanoramaEd @move_thisworld
Jane Larson
01:17:16
Thank you - so many great ideas to help us moving into the new school year!
Felicia Lewis
01:17:42
You all have supplied some wonderful, useful information. Thank you all!!
jessica lewis
01:17:57
thanks all
Pam McNall
01:18:15
Respectful Ways SEL is offering free trauma-informed digital curriculum: https://respectfulways.com/free-sel-courses-while-remote-learning/
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01:18:49
Thank you so much, panelists!
Becky Barstein
01:18:54
Recommendation from a district partner - do you have budget to reallocate to provide students with prepaid smart phones if they do not have internet
rhonda heatherly
01:18:57
Thank You for another great session!
Christine Bradfield
01:18:58
Thank you!
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01:19:06
For more learning opportunities, visit: https://www.panoramaed.com/resilience-summer-series
Becky Barstein
01:19:07
Hi Rhonda and Christine! Welcome :)
Becky Barstein
01:19:10
Back :)
Mike Omenazu
01:19:11
thank YOU all for joining considering all that you have on your plates!
Becky Barstein
01:19:36
[Join Panorama’s Team tomorrow] https://go.panoramaed.com/webinar/cultivating-student-belonging-workshop
Lizzette Ferreris
01:19:38
Thank you grat ideas
Becky Barstein
01:19:40
Bye yall
Beatty Sekizenge
01:19:46
What about those without twitter
Tara Montague
01:19:47
Thank you!