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Selecting High-Quality Evidence-based Strategies for Safe, Supportive and Healthy Schools Part II - Shared screen with speaker view
Loredana Valtierra
24:53
To learn more about BSCA and view your state’s Stronger Connections grant allocation, and FAQs, go to: https://oese.ed.gov/bipartisan-safer-communities-act/
Loredana Valtierra
26:38
Questions for our panelists will be taken in the Q/A function.
Loredana Valtierra
32:33
Learn more about CASEL’s core competencies of Social and Emotional Learning here: https://casel.org/fundamentals-of-sel/
Loredana Valtierra
35:01
To learn more about the science of positive and adverse childhood experiences, check out PACEs Connection and learn whether there’s a state or local chapter in your community: https://www.acesconnectioninfo.com/
Mathew Portell
38:46
I would also encourage you to look at the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy and Practice’s current trauma-informed schools report: https://www.ctipp.org/post/report-trauma-informed-schools
Loredana Valtierra
45:07
For a deeper example of how restorative centers work in a school setting, be sure to listen to our part 1 on this webinar series if you missed it: Selecting High-Quality Evidence-based Strategies for Safe, Supportive and Healthy Schools Part I available at bipartisan-safer-communities-act/
Loredana Valtierra
47:22
When young people feel connected to school and to school staff, they are less likely to engage in risky behaviors, be absent from school, or experience emotional distress and are more likely to earn higher grades. Here’s a resource to learn more about Building a Positive School Climate Through Restorative Practices: https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/product/wce-positive-school-climate-restorative-practices-brief
Kayla Patrick
50:56
The Council developed resources for investing ARP funds effectively. We include investment recommendations for Mental Health and SEL as well. The link is here if you want to share it with the group: https://www.cgcs.org/cms/lib/DC00001581/Centricity/Domain/360/CGCS_Funds%20Resource%20Guide_v10.pdf#page=6
Loredana Valtierra
50:57
For more on Becoming a Man and an example of community organizations supporting schools: https://www.youth-guidance.org/bam-becoming-a-man/
Kayla Patrick
01:00:31
When young people feel connected to school and to school staff, they are less likely to engage in risky behaviors, be absent from school, or experience emotional distress and are more likely to earn higher grades. Here’s a resource to learn more about Building a Positive School Climate Through Restorative Practices: https://learningpolicyinstitute.org/product/wce-positive-school-climate-restorative-practices-brief
Loredana Valtierra
01:12:44
CASEL’s District Framework to produce high-quality districtwide SEL implementation: https://drc.casel.org/what-is-sel/indicators-of-districtwide-sel/
Loredana Valtierra
01:17:45
States may also play a role in assisting with creating a positive culture with SEL skill-building to support educators and staff currently in schools. Here's a resource for State Policy Bright Spots in Social and Emotional Learning and Equity: https://casel.org/state-policy-bright-spots-equity/
Kayla Patrick
01:18:32
Addressing the Teacher Shortage with ARP: https://www2.ed.gov/documents/coronavirus/teacher-shortage.pdf
Loredana Valtierra
01:22:19
Please register for our fourth webinar here: https://ed-gov.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_KzgYqJkPTRGRQm9W-eu1cQ
Kayla Patrick
01:22:31
For educators seeking a community to learn more about the trauma-informed mindset in the classroom, Mr. Portell hosts community and podcast at the Trauma Informed Educators Network https://paradigmshifteducation.com/trauma-informed-educators-network/