Social Emotional Learning

In this webinar, you will learn how to attend to your students' social-emotional needs.

Event Date: Tuesday, January, 11, 2022

Time: 7:00 – 8:30 PM EST


Students need a safe and compassionate environment to thrive and learn.  As teachers, we have traditionally focused on first supporting our students’ academic success.  However, we now know that attending to the social-emotional needs of our students is absolutely critical to maximizing their potential.  Bring yourself up to speed on current practice and research in this area and learn what strategies to consider as you approach this important work.

After participating in the webinar, you will:

  • Recognize that student well-being directly impacts student success
  • Learn how deep listening to individual student stories informs your practice
  • Better understand how the use of trauma-sensitive strategies can support your students
  • Understand the importance of explicitly teaching kindness and empathy
  • Understand the need to provide a relevant and culturally responsive curriculum for your students
  • Use the “compassionate systems iceberg model” as a lens through which to explore and understand the needs and perspectives of your students

Who should attend:

Educators who are interested in learning more about social-emotional learning and practical strategies to support student well-being.

Participants will receive our eBook, which will include checklists, resources and tools to support you to address student well-being.  You will also receive a certificate of completion.

PRICING Information

$99 + tax for one session

Recordings will be available if participants miss the live webinar. There are no refunds.


Presented by Claire Guy, Executive Director for the British Columbia School Superintendents Association


Claire Guy

Throughout her career, Claire has been a champion for Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Staff and Student Well-Being, Truth and Reconciliation, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) inclusive education and has worked to promote student safety and well-being in schools.  She is a respected workshop facilitator and presenter who creates a supportive environment for adult professional learning. 

Claire retired as Assistant Superintendent of Schools from a large school district in British Columbia, and currently serves as Executive Director for the British Columbia School Superintendents Association.  In her 35 years in public education, she has worked at all levels of the K-12 system as a teacher, principal, senior district leader, and curriculum developer for the British Columbia Ministry of Education and has experience in virtually all portfolios within the public school system.  Read more at

For more information, email Claire at