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Fighting, Anxiety, and Lack of Motivation: Ed Leaders Share How to Address Students’ Biggest COVID-Related Challenges

March 29, 2022 Ripple Effects
edWebcasts
Fighting, Anxiety, and Lack of Motivation: Ed Leaders Share How to Address Students’ Biggest COVID-Related Challenges
Show Notes

This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Ripple Effects.
The webinar recording can be accessed here.

“Behavior problems ranging from inability to focus in class all the way to deadly violence have gripped campuses,” The Washington Post recently reported. Indeed, students’ aggression, lack of motivation, anxiety, and depression have reached record levels as the pandemic drags on. 

In this edWeb podcast, one of the country’s most sought-after behavior consultants joins leading district administrators and shares how to:

  • Effectively address students’ aggression, fighting, and bullying
  • Implement SEL and behavioral supports that get at what’s underneath students’ externalizing behavior, so the behavior stays stopped
  • Use digital tools to support students’ mental AND behavioral health, and why they’re working
  • Get students back on track while keeping staff feeling supported when things don’t work


School and district administrators, teachers, and school support staff learn concrete steps they can take to support students’ behavior and address the challenges and trauma that fuel that behavior—even as they continue to grapple with the challenges of COVID-19. 

This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 school and district leaders, deans, teachers, school counselors and social workers, federal program coordinators, and those involved in supporting student mental and behavioral health.

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