Expert Panel: Confronting the Next Normal with a Focus on Mental Health
The mental health of our students and staff must remain a top priority. Until they feel safe at school physically, socially and emotionally, there will be no opportunity to close existing learning gaps or address other academic concerns.
Learn from our expert panel featuring leading minds in the school safety industry, including Dr. Scott Poland (suicide prevention), Dr. Dewey Cornell (behavioral threat assessment), Dr. Crystal Ladwig (social-emotional learning), Todd Wagner (anonymous tip reporting) and Dr. Gary Margolis (language analytics). These top experts will share insights into the ways schools can identify students who need mental health support, as well as the benefits of the many resources available to help focus on Maslow before Bloom.
Learn the value of threat detection & prevention tools designed to help students get the help and support they need
Understand the emotional stress students of all ages are facing and the impact this can have on your resources
Hear how social-emotional learning can support your efforts and empower students to handle their emotions in challenging situations
Dr. Scott Poland, Ed.D.
Director of the Suicide and Violence Prevention Office Nova Southeastern University
Dr. Dewey Cornell, Ph.D.
Human Development Director of the Youth Violence Project University of Virginia
Dr. Crystal Ladwig, Ph.D.
Director, Research and Content Development Navigate360
Dr. Gary Margolis, Ed.D.
Advisor to the CEO Navigate360
Managing Director, Anonymous Tip Reporting Navigate360