Whole Child Virtual Conference

Your Summer PD: Creating a Caring and Positive School Climate

2012 ASCD Whole Child Virtual Conference


ASCD conducted its second Whole Child Virtual Conference in May. This free conference showcases schools, authors, and research about implementing a whole child approach for a worldwide audience. View and share archived session recordings, presenter handouts, and related resources at www.ascd.org/wcvirtualconference.

Gain further insight into ways to support a caring and positive school climate through these presentations:

As a part of the 2011 virtual conference, Healthy School Communities mentor site Orange County (N.C.) School District shared how it developed and implemented a critical incident stress management system. View the archived presentation to hear about the process and benefits.

Find additional presentations highlighting successful schools.

Comments (2)

Christa M. Tinari

July 9, 2012

I am looking forward to view these archived presentations! ASCD does such great work in supporting whole-child education. Also, your readers may be interested in a FREE webinar series being offered by Teachers Without Borders and the Inter-American Teacher Education Network of the OAS. It’s called “Creating a Culture of Respect in the Classroom” and will feature social-emotional learning and bullying prevention strategies that can be used by educators work with K-8 students. It will be a fun way to connect to educators, globally, who are passionate about whole-child educational practices. The first webinar is this Thursday, July 12. Educators who attend all three webinars and who complete an assignment will be eligible to receive a certificate of completion. Complete info can be found at: http://www.oas.org/en/iten/webinars.asp

Christa M. Tinari

July 9, 2012

Pardon the typos!

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