Six Ways to Support Teachers in the Return to In-Person Learning
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Dr. Christopher Balow Kelly Dean
Hosted by SchoolMint. The return to in-person learning is both exciting and nerve-racking. Join us to learn six ways to support your teachers as they make the transition back into the classroom this fall. Leave with actionable ideas for creating positive classrooms where teachers and students love to learn.
|Audience:||Principals/head teachers, Teachers, Coaches|
|Topic:||Coaching & mentoring|
|Subject area:||Career and technical education|
With more than 33 years in public education, Dr. Balow has a passion for helping struggling students improve their academic, behavioral, social and emotional status. He has served as a School Psychologist, Asst. Director of Special Education, RtI/Intervention Director and Director of Research and Assessment. During this time, Dr. Balow was also an adjunct instructor in the School Psychology program at the University of Minnesota where he was an internship site supervisor for Ph.D. graduate students and taught courses in academic, social/emotional and behavioral interventions. Dr. Balow has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology/School Psychology from Arizona State University with sub-specialties in behavioral psychology, assessment, quantitative methods and child development.
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