Pandemic Pandemonium: Addressing the Impact of Trauma on Children and Youth
Dr. Devin Seghers | May 18, 2022 | 7 PM
Children and youth have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in unique ways. Disrupted academic schedules, reduced social interaction, and unparalleled levels of uncertainty, anxiety, and grief are affecting children’s mental wellness, as are broader societal issues like racism and the politicization of vaccines and masks. How can educators help to build children’s mental strength, support their healthy development, and promote their resilience as they weather this ‘perfect storm’?
Join us for a one hour webinar h
eld live via ZOOM.
Please RSVP by May 18, 2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tell Me Thursdays (This one is held on a Wednesday!)
SMEA developed this free
webinar professional development series to support music educators during the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the most challenging times to be a music educator. Celebrated industry leaders such as Dr. Zeisner, Rob Chrol, Jakob Faithful, Scott Lang and Dr. Peter Boonshaft cover topics such as connecting with your administrator, well being and hope as a music educator, how to incorporate Indigenous content into your curriculum, renewing the teacher’s soul, and where do we go from here. Attend the webinars live or browse the written recap, this series is designed to provide much needed support to our valued teachers to help keep them motivated and connected to other educators!