Managing Student Stress and Anxiety in Remote Learning Contexts

Managing Student Stress and Anxiety in Remote Learning Contexts

with Dr. Suniya Luthar and Nina Kumar of Authentic Connections

Monday, March 30th - 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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As we face our new normal as educators working remotely with our students, caring for the mental health and wellbeing of our communities is requiring new strategies and approaches.  In this session with Dr. Suniya Luthar and Nina Kumar, we will present approaches for:

  • Working with students to integrate of at-home wellness strategies into their daily lives
  • Developing protocols to support students and their families if there is concern about mental health
  • Supporting faculty and staff wellness 
  • Maintaining appropriate boundaries and communications with students in a remote context

Suniya Luthar is professor emerita at Columbia University’s Teachers College and co-founder and chief research officer of Authentic Connections, a science-based organization committed to maximizing well-being in school communities. Her research involves vulnerability and resilience among various populations including youth in poverty, teens in upper-middle class families, and parents (especially mothers) in high-achieving, stressful communities. 

Registration:

Registration is free for ISANNE members.

Date

Mon, 03/30/2020

Location

Webinar via Zoom