Social Emotional Learning in K-12 Schools: What You Need to Know
Please join us!
Date: April 23, 2019
Time: 1:00-2:00pm EST
What: A live webinar!
Teaching students how to successfully navigate complex emotional and social situations is at the heart of Social Emotional Learning (SEL). Noting the successes of existing SEL programs, school districts are committing more time, money, and resources into integrating SEL into classroom curriculum and the school environment.
In this webinar, we'll review SEL challenges, opportunities, and findings from MDR’s recent research study on Social Emotional Learning in schools. Our guest speakers will share valuable insights about the future of SEL for providers of educational resources, curriculum developers, and related industry professionals.
- What Social Emotional Learning is, and why it’s important for businesses to get involved
- How to support schools and teachers as they implement SEL programs
- Opportunities for educational providers to partner on content and fill in gaps
- Top findings from the new MDR Insights Report: Social Emotional Learning in Schools
Meet the Speakers
Maureen Hance, Market Insight Product Manager, MDR
Maureen's expertise in data, email, digital, and social channels intersects as she oversees MDR’s market research products. She has been a featured speaker at industry conferences, sales summits, and webinars. Maureen earned her Bachelor of Science in Math/Computer Science from Molloy College.
Andrea Lovanhill, VP Marketing & Client Relations, Committee for Children
Andrea earned her Master of Communication in Digital Media from the University of Washington. She joined Committee for Children in 2007, where her experience includes working with nonprofit organizations and schools to build products and marketing campaigns designed to engage kids and families in conservation, social-emotional learning, bullying prevention, and child safety.
Dr. Anne Snyder, Senior Learning Scientist within the Applied Learning Sciences team, McGraw-Hill
Anne holds a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Columbia University. She joined McGraw-Hill in 2016 and previously held numerous roles spanning the education industry, including as an elementary school teacher.
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