Leading Minds Webinar Series

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Leading Minds Webinar Series - 2023-2024
Virtual conversations to help live, learn, and lead in the real world

Decoding a Decade of Insights and Best Practices Promoting Student Well-Being

Expert Panel Discusses Powerful New Findings  

Aired Live: December 14, 2023, at 3:30 PM ET

Presented by: Dr. Christina Cipriano, Director, The Education Collaboratory at Yale University; David Adams, CEO of The Urban Assembly; and Dr. Clark McKown, founder of xSEL Labs  Moderated by: Dr. Byron McClure

Webinar Details

During this engaging and insightful session, Dr. Cipriano and expert panelists will: 

  • Provide an overview and understanding of the key findings of the meta-analysis study on social and emotional learning, emphasizing the importance of combining programming and direct assessment through SAFE (Sequenced, Active, Focused, and Explicit) practices
  • Identify strategies to integrate social emotional learning seamlessly into education
  • Explore challenges faced by schools and unveil unique approaches that ensure meaningful impact

At its conclusion, school leaders and educational practitioners will walk away with important insights and best practices into how schools can successfully improve student well-being. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge and understanding of student well-being and social-emotional learning in today's educational landscape! 

Can't Join Live? You should still register and we'll send out the recording after the webinar to all registrants. 

About the Presenter:
Christina Cipriano, Ph.D., is an assistant professor at the Yale Child Study and Director of the Education Collaboratory at Yale. An applied developmental and educational psychologist, Dr. Cipriano’s research systematically advances social and emotional learning (SEL) assessments and interventions with marginalized students, educators, and communities. Dr. Cipriano has published 80+ papers, commentaries, and reports, spanning top tier journals, and media outlets including The Washington Post, Education Week, and EdSurge. Dr. Cipriano received her Ph.D. from Boston College, her Ed.M. from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and undergraduate degree from Hofstra University, and currently serves on the Advisory Board of the National Center for Learning Disabilities and Teachstone. Chris is a first-generation high school graduate, Yale Public Voices Fellow, Jack Kent Cooke Scholar, and the mother of four beautiful children who inspire her every day to take the moon and make it shine for everyone. Learn more at drchriscip.com  

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