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NEASC Virtual Global Forum

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Student social-emotional health - perspectives, pathways, possibilities

Presented in cooperation with the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence

For this webinar, we have invited panelists from three distinct schools and the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence to share their perspectives on the social-emotional health of students and building skills within a school community that will support and sustain positive emotional climates. Join us as we take a look at a variety of paths forward to developing emotional intelligence and a healthier school environment.

Schedule

Webinar:
Tuesday, March 2, 2021 - 9:00 a.m. ET

14:00 GMT London / 18:00 GST Dubai / 22:00 CST Shanghai
Webinar length: 60 minutes

Post-webinar discussion groups:
10:00-11:00 a.m. ET

Pre-registration is not required. Instructions to join will be provided during the webinar to attendees who are interested in staying longer for an extended conversation with other participants about their own experiences.

Panelists

Holly Brabson - School Adjustment Counselor
Manchester Essex Regional High School - Manchester-by-the Sea, MA, USA

Joe Elbertson, YCEI Trainer, Music Teacher
Kolbe Cathedral HS - Bridgeport, CT, USA

Nicole Elbertson, Director of Content and Communication
Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence (YCEI), New Haven, CT, USA

Jeff Levin, Life Coach
Worked with Bishop Guertin High School

Tricia Puglisi - Principal
Manchester Essex Regional High School - Manchester-by-the Sea, MA, USA

Jason Strniste, Principal
Bishop Guertin High School - Nashua, NH, USA

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We created the "NEASC Virtual Global Forum", our ongoing webinar series, as a space where educators can connect, have pressing questions addressed by their peers and experts in the field, and where colleagues can share their stories and insights.

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