Committee for Children provides strategies for reducing stress and improving wellbeing during March 15, 2022 webinar
In a recent RAND survey, more than three in four teachers reported frequent job-related stress, and 27% reported symptoms of depression last year. When stress is not addressed, it can have a lasting negative impact on mental and physical health. To help with this important issue, Aperture Education, the leading provider of research-based social and emotional learning (SEL) assessments for K-12 schools, is hosting a webinar at 2 p.m. Eastern Time on March 15, 2022.
The webinar will feature Committee for Children, a leader in research-based social and emotional learning programs. Committee for Children’s Amy Walker, Director of Strategic Partnerships, and Jenny Nelson, Director of Client Success will provide strategies to support educator wellbeing.
To register for the “Making Educator Wellness a Priority” webinar, visit https://bit.ly/35Ad4b4. The webinar will also be available on demand.
“When teachers are stressed, it can affect their health, their job satisfaction, and even the quality of their teaching,” said Aperture CEO Jessica Adamson. “The pandemic highlighted the importance of prioritizing educator wellbeing and our webinar with Committee for Children will provide some great resources and strategies to help.”
The webinar is one way Aperture supports educators, administrators, parents, and out-of-school time programs in promoting SEL in classrooms and at home. The company also offers the EdSERT professional development program for teachers, hosts an SEL conference, and offers free downloadable resources for educators and families.
To learn more about Aperture Education, visit https://apertureed.com/.
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