Building Skills for Social Emotional Wellness During Transitions In and Out of In-Person Learning
Audience: Advocates, Educators, Other District/School Staff, Parents, Students, Community Partners, General Public | Topic: Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education
The uncertainty and shifts between in-person and remote learning, including managing quarantines and closures, leads to anxiety, anticipatory grief, and sets the stage for the pre-condition of trauma. This video will focus on the importance of self-care in reducing anxiety levels and building resiliency, allowing for higher quality engagement between teachers, children, and families during transitions. Additionally, this video will provide suggestions for a coaching model to collaboratively bring the family into the education process and create a sense of belonging for children and families amongst transitions between educational learning contexts.
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