This webinar will use Zoom.
The coronavirus pandemic has compounded the stress issues that many children and adolescents were already experiencing with stress-related mental health problems, as well as serious sleep deprivation and a shockingly high level of loneliness. For many students, fears about COVID-19 and the low sense of control associated with distance learning and social distancing have only increased their stress, resulting in weakened emotional regulation and ability to learn.
This interactive online seminar will help you understand what causes stress and how it affects learning and emotional development. It will also arm you with tools for helping students - and yourselves - manage and even grow from stressful experiences.
Participants will be able to:
This virtual learning experience is applicable for K-12 educators, higher education professors, administrators, instructional coaches, and other educators.
William R. Stixrud, PhD, Clinical Neuropsychologist; Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, George Washington School of Medicine; Adjunct Faculty, Children’s National Medical Center; Director, William Stixrud and Associates; Co-Author, Wired for Control (2017)