Speaker Series With Dr. Jean Clinton: Why Social Emotional Learning is Important for Thriving

Please join us on Wednesday, March 3rd from 3:30-4:30pm for our next Speaker Series presentation. Expert Dr. Jean Clinton, a Child Psychiatrist and Clinical Professor at McMaster University, will be presenting on social emotional learning and why it is important for thriving, both in education and in life. Dr. Clinton has been a consultant to children and youth mental health programs for over 30 years. Together we will discuss evidence surrounding how relationships, connection, and belonging improve not only achievement, but also engagement and wellbeing. Closed captioning and ASL interpretation will be available during the live stream event.

Register for this session today. Registration is required to attend. All presentation links and session recordings will be posted to our SCC Wellbeing Groups on Edsby, to our Staff and Parent Learning Hubs, and also to our Board’s main website under the Mental Health and Wellbeing Tab. Please visit one of these platforms on the day of the presentation to access the event link.

Dr. Jean Clinton will be presenting on social emotional learning and why it is important for thriving, both in education and in life.
Dr. Jean Clinton will be presenting on social emotional learning and why it is important for thriving, both in education and in life.

Registration is FREE and the Deadline to signup is March 1st. 

WHEN: Wednesday March 3rd @ 3:30-4:30pm
WHERE: Online via Microsoft Teams
WHO: Open to all SCCDSB Staff, Parents, & Community Partners (At no cost)
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: Tuesday, March 1st (11:59pm)

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