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Powerful and Positive Behavior Support to Bring Out the Best in Each Student Every Day

Broadcast on February 11, 2023
With Dawn D. Eidelman, PhD
Hosted by Daniel Sunshine

Join Dawn D. Eidelman, PhD, as she explores how to understand the importance of building community as a guiding philosophy/framework of positive behavior support (works at all ages), connecting community building to high student EQ and academic achievement, understanding the 12 key strategies in the "Spirit of SEL Positive Behavior Toolkit," and begin exploring the first of these — “Know Yourself” with a Medicine Wheel activity and apply these findings

In this session, you’ll:

  • Experience a discussion of the transformative impact of positive community building for student engagement — the key to positive behavior support
  • Receive a train-the-trainer tool kit to promote the spirit of SEL in their classroom — or to share at the school or district level, adapted to their own SIP needs
  • Learn about mistaken goals — and what different behaviors really reveal about student needs Strategies to redirect the focus, and teach love rather than fear
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Dawn D. Eidelman, PhD

Chief Education Officer, The Shift Network

Dawn D. Eidelman, PhD, serves as Chief Education Officer for The Shift Network. Her career as a professor-turned-education-entrepreneur is defined by her work as a passionate practitioner of transformational learning and leadership development.

She was the co-founder of Mosaica Education, a leader in K-12 Charter and Partnership School education, honored by the U.S. Department of Education and Harvard University for educational innovation, leadership, and urban revitalization.

In her 18 years at Mosaica, which she and her partners scaled from startup to 1,800 employees on three continents, she led a top-tier global design team to create an interdisciplinary hands-on journey through the history of great ideas in world culture. Her program had a dramatic impact in closing the equity and achievement gaps in the U.S. and UK.

Dawn D. Eidelman, PhD