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6 Strategies to Social-Emotional Care for COVID-19 and Beyond

Teachers are often the first line of defense for mental, social, and emotional care for their students. When teachers allow students to express themselves through mindfulness, they foster social-emotional care. In this webinar recording, gain six mindful strategies to incorporate into your online and/or traditional classroom setting, as well as ways to creatively engage your students in a supportive social and emotional learning (SEL) format.

Natasha Ward

Dr. Natasha Ward is an educational consultant and a holistic life strategist. In the midst of this pandemic, she has guided and coached teachers and other busy professionals toward healthier lifestyles that center on their mental, emotional, and physical health. She also works as an instructional coach and curriculum writer and designer, as well as a workshop facilitator for EdConnective, World Leadership School, and National Math and Science Initiative. Dr. Ward’s expertise lies in culturally sustaining pedagogy, mindfulness in the classroom, student autonomy, whole child teaching, teacher well-being, and SEL implementation. 

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