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December 9, 2021
3:00 pm EST

Increasing rates of student fighting and classroom misbehavior is a significant challenge in many schools and classrooms this year. 

We know that positive relationships between and with students play a facilitatory role in learning and classroom management. These relationships can also support positive mental health and the development of self-regulation. As students heal from the multifaceted impacts of the pandemic, their need for these forms of healing are necessary for their long-term wellness and their ability to re-engage with school. 


In this session, participants will learn:

*The impact of social connections on cognitive development and self-regulation

*How to harness social connections to optimize learning environments

*The power of connection to heal and maintain wellness for students and educators alike




Dr. Eve. Miller
Director of Research, FranklinCovey