Addressing Emotional Poverty During COVID-19 – What you need to do now to prepare for safer schools
Emotional poverty and financial poverty will undoubtedly increase as a result of COVID-19. It is critical educators do all they can now to keep children safe while also planning support resources for when schools reopen that address the impact the pandemic and extended closures are having on students.
Watch this on demand webinar to hear from Dr. Ruby Payne, author of Emotional Poverty in All Demographics: How to Reduce Anger, Anxiety, and Violence in the Classroom, and learn:
- Things you can be doing now to help your students and foster safer schools
- How to leverage the process of emotional triage to increase school safety
- How emotional poverty strategies help you identify concerning behaviors, intervene and prevent violent incidents before they occur
Emotional health and violence prevention go hand-in-hand and is a must-have component of any school safety plan. Fill out the form to view the on demand recording.
About Our Speaker
Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D. lives in Texas, was born in Indiana and spent her youth in Ohio. Payne has been a high school teacher, a central office administrator, a consultant for two different regional service centers, and an elementary principal. She has spoken to more than a million educators, has given more than 4,000 speeches and presentations around the world, and has written or coauthored more than a dozen books. Payne holds a Ph.D. from Loyola University Chicago and is the founder of aha! Process, a training and consulting firm that has been in business for more than 20 years.