Supporting the Social-Emotional Needs of Our Educators

SPONSORED BY PROMETHEAN

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The demands of teachers are immense and seemingly endless. Promethean’s Head of Professional Development along with teacher contributors Brittany and Hailey will be hosting an open panel discussion around the social and emotional needs of educators


For the entirety of the pandemic and its aftermath, educators have had to support students in complex learning environments, being the teacher, tech support, content developers, and student support system. In this discussion, we will turn the focus towards the needs and realities of teachers. 


With insights from Promethean’s recent Future Predictions Report, we will deep dive into the existing and expected challenges teachers combat, with a discussion on tools and tactics educators can employ to build a strong support system for teachers. You’ll learn:


  • How technology can support educator productivity
  • Tools and tactics to bolster social-emotional wellbeing for educators
  • Predictions into the future of education over the next 25 years
  • What is the reality of the profession today, and what can the education community do together to ensure teachers remain in the profession?
  • How educators can use mindfulness exercises throughout the school day to maintain social connections and personal wellbeing


Sign up today to join our panelists for a great discussion! 

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Date: Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Time: 1:00 pm PT / 4:00 pm ET

Duration: 1 hour

Meet Our Panelists

Karen Adams

Head of Professional Development Sergices, Promethean


Karen has been a pioneer educational technology specialist for over 15 years. Working closely with classroom teachers, principals and district administrators, Karen strives to achieve best-practice technology infusion into teaching and learning. Her expertise in the field of edtech comes from a blend of six years teaching in Texas and 15 years in the edtech industry.

Brittany Griner

Teacher, Lee County Public Schools


I am a second-grade teacher for Lee County Public Schools. I have been so lucky to have been able to use Promethean my entire teaching career in the two counties that I’ve taught in. I use my Promethean board every day in my classroom and have even taught my students how to use it appropriately and effectively. It’s such an amazing tool to have as a teacher and a great way to keep all students engaged and excited to learn.

Hailey Philpotts

Teacher, Indian River County, Florida

I’m a Kindergarten teacher at Fellsmere Elementary in Indian River County, Florida. I’ve been teaching for 18 years. Incorporating Promethean has been an incredible game changer that I am extremely fortunate for. In my classroom Promethean has helped make learning fun and interesting for the students while making the instruction easier to deliver.

Host: Dr. Matthew X. Joseph

@MatthewXJoseph

Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, Providence Public Schools, Author

Experiences such as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Director of Digital Learning and Innovation, elementary school principal, classroom teacher, and district professional development specialist have provided Matt with incredible insights on how to best support teaching and learning and led to nationally published articles and opportunities to speak at multiple state and national events. He is the author of Power Of Connections: Connecting Educators, Cultivating Professional Learning Networks, & Redefining Educator Collaboration, Stronger Together: The Power of Connections in a School Community, and co-author of Modern Mentoring, Reimagining Mentorship in Education.

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