Social-Emotional Learning and Teacher Self-Care
Recorded On: 03/24/2023
The rapid increase in the negative social and emotional state of youth as well as the high levels of anxiety and stress are having negative effects on student social-emotional development (McCarthy, 2019) as well as having a toll on our nation. What can be done to improve students' social-emotional stability and how can teachers make sure that they don't hit burnout while taking on the task of meeting students' increased needs?
Dr. Moffitt began her teaching career as a special education teacher at the elementary and high school grade levels, both in brick-and-mortar and online formats. After several years of teaching, her passion for education led her to become a principal of an elementary school, where she started the first school–daycare combination in the area. Following her passion for training teachers and leadership, Angila is currently the director of the Early Childhood program and the EDAD principalship program at Northwestern College and a professor of graduate studies at Northwestern College. She also serves as a dissertation chair and committee member for students at the American College of Education.
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