With a very uncertain school year upon us, it’s no surprise that educators have expressed anxiety around what awaits them in—and out of—the classroom. Whether teachers are remote, in person, or a bit of both, it’s important to manage expectations of educators and help reduce the pressures they may be feeling from all angles. How can teachers support themselves, one another, and their students in 2020 and beyond?
In this session, Dr. Melinda Macht-Greenberg shares how education faculty and staff can support the new educational experience, addresses anxieties felt by educators, and provides advice on balancing a fluctuating learning environment.
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Please Note: Continuing education credits (CME, CEU) are not available for this webinar.
Harvard Medical School
Joseph B. Martin Conference Center
77 Avenue Louis Pasteur
Boston, MA 02115
Melinda Macht-Greenberg, PhD, is a Harvard-trained child psychologist and faculty member at Tufts University who provides expert advice to parents about children and their education. In addition to providing parenting advice, Dr. Macht-Greenberg works with families on improving educational outcomes for their children in both private and public schools with the goal of maximizing a child’s success.
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