Selecting and Leading Social Emotional Learning Though the Lens of the Administrator

| 2/01/2019

Dr. Joseph Erardi, recently retired superintendent of schools from Newtown, CT spent the final four years of his career before retirement examining multiple platforms for K-12 SEL learning. This focus area was a critical step in the recovery process for the district as the school community rebuilt from the Sandy Hook School tragedy. In this webinar, Dr. Erardi will share with the listening audience measurements that he used in the SEL selection process and how school leaders can play forward the effectiveness of their selected program to all stakeholders.

This webinar is a part of Rethink Ed's Social and Emotional Learning Expert Webinar Series.

Presented By: Joseph V. Erardi, Jr., PhD
Dr. Joseph Erardi, presently an executive board member of the American Association of School Administrators (AASA), recently retired after 40 years of service to CT children. Dr. Erardi served as a school superintendent for 20 years and spent the last four years of his career leading the rebuild and recovery of the Newtown, CT school district. Dr. Erardi continues to make a difference in the lives of children by speaking across the country on school safety and consulting on best practice with security, social emotional learning, and positive climate and culture. Dr. Erardi has been named as the CT Supt of the Year (2017), the CT PTA Supt of the Year (2016), and the outstanding CT Administrator of the year by both the University of Hartford and Central CT State University. Dr. Erardi remains active in education as an adjunct professor in the CT State University System and by working with numerous Boards of Education as they look to hire their new superintendent.

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