Student well-being has a direct impact on student motivation, engagement, and learning. In short, their social and emotional well-being has a long-term impact. It is absolutely critical that educators learn to support student well-being.
Skills such as self-awareness and self-management are also critical for effective collaboration and learning. And when school leaders support overall student and educator well-being, creates a foundation for equitable education environments.
During an eSchool News webinar featuring edtech educators and district mental health experts, attendees will learn how to:
- Develop and enable a more inclusively designed classroom
- Use actionable insights to prioritize student well-being
- Provide each student the tools and support they need
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