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Webinars for All School Staff - Spring 2020

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Webinars for All School Staff - Spring 2020


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All webinars are now available on-demand and include closed captioning in English and Spanish.

Fostering Positive School Cultures for All School Staff

Many children have their initial interaction with a new school by taking their first step onto a giant bus and being greeted by the driver. From their first bus ride, to being taught their first lesson by a teacher, to receiving a nutritious meal from school food service professionals, to visiting the school library for research projects, the ability of all school staff to coalesce around student success and well-being is paramount to advancing positive school climates and communities. Teachers, paraprofessionals, principals, media specialists, school health professionals, bus drivers and more compose the central nervous system that inspires our students and makes schools thrive.

So, how can we address the issues that affect educators, support staff and the students they serve? At Share My Lesson’s 2020 Virtual Conference, join partners like Barbara Blackburn, the Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility, and the Learning First Alliance to focus on pioneering ideas and strategies that provide practical solutions to issues like helping all students succeed, fostering culturally responsive school environments, promoting mental well-being on the job and more.

As stress levels continue to climb for students, educators and support staff, we need to engage with new strategies to mitigate the consequences. Work and school shouldn’t hurt. Register for these free professional development webinars focusing on how teachers, paraprofessionals and all school staff can collaborate to promote healthy school climates, reduce stressful work environments and help all students soar to new heights.

Earn Credit: Learn how you can earn professional development credit. Each session is worth an hour of continuing education credit, per your school's or district's approval.

Note: If you can't make a session time, register anyway, and we'll send you a link to view it on-demand after it has aired live.