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Supporting Social-Emotional Learning Skills Online

Because of the pandemic, the everchanging world of education has experienced a huge paradigm shift to an online or virtual learning format. How did teachers quickly transition students to virtual learning? How have our students adjusted to this major shift, which happened so quickly? How have we assisted parents? What are we doing to meet the social-emotional learning needs of our students? Get answers to these questions and more in this webinar recording.

Sharon Smith Braden

Dr. Sharon Smith Braden has served as a public school educator and administrator for more than 28 years in the Nashville, Tennessee, public schools. As an educator, she desires to equip teachers with effective strategies and resources necessary to provide quality instruction for every student in every classroom every day. Sharon’s doctoral research focused on Project-Based Learning. She is an adjunct professor for the American College of Education and enjoys writing curriculum and completing research. She is a trained Quality Matters peer course reviewer and strives to provide excellence in curriculum content.

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