#SameHere Schools Month

A mental health awareness initiative bringing together the education community, for the community and by the community when we all need it the most.

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Four weeks of original series and events

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May 1 - May 31
  • MAY1
    Expert Talk For Kids

    We're All A Little

    Eric Kussin

    Presented By #SameHere Schools

    The story that started the Global #SameHere Movement for Mental Health. Hear how suffering was turned into triumph and vision, and a movement was started: Athletes, Celebrities, Practitioners, Educators and every day people around the world banding together to fight the stigma against Mental Health, and provide the best treatment recommendations.

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  • MAY1
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    A Musical World

    Ringbeller

    Crumbaker and UNC are on a mission to find out how we can all make the universe a better place. Join student reporter, Sanko, as he interviews Atlanta-based cellist, OkCello (Okorie Johnson) about the importance of practice, developing talent, and how music connects different people together.

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  • MAY2
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Breaking Night: Homeless to Harvard

    Freedom Writers Foundation

    Liz Murray grew up in the Bronx, the daughter of two loving but drug-addicted parents. After losing her mother to AIDS and becoming homeless, Liz completed high school and won a New York Times scholarship while living on the streets. She later graduated from Harvard University and was awarded The White House Project Role Model Award, a Christopher Award, as well as the Chutzpah Award, which was given to her by Oprah Winfrey. Discover Liz’s story and hear how she has created a humanistic and cultural perspective through her personal experiences and journey.

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  • MAY2
    Panel Discussion

    Empowering Mantras to Shift Mindsets

    Sabrina Ben Salmi, Evan Whitehead, Dan Edwards

    Presented By Dreaming Big Together

    Mantras are words or sounds repeated to help build concentration and focus. Each of us have our own mantras that empower us to achieve our best self. Join Sabrina Ben Salmi, Evan Whitehead, and Dan Edwards as they discuss the power of mantras in their own life, and how everyone can use mantras to shift their mindset.

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  • MAY3
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Self-Care Challenge

    GOAT Educators

    Join Nicole Thompson, the Founder of GOAT Educators, on a 14-day self-care challenge to manage and prioritize your own self-care.

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  • MAY3
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    #SameHere Heroes

    #SameHere Schools

    Not all heroes wear capes. No matter where we live, or what our background or accolades, we all go through life's inevitable challenges, and these challenges affect our mental health. We should have a society where it is openly acceptable to talk about those challenges. In this series, find out how you can share your story and become a #SameHere Hero.

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  • MAY3
    Panel Discussion

    A Connected SEL Community

    Marisa Jackson, M.Ed, Eric Kussin, Rola Tibshirani, Sara Candela

    Presented By #SameHere Schools

    A connected community thrives when all members are able to express themselves during the good and the bad times. We have seen this be truly tested over the past 12-months during a pandemic that impacted our physical and mental health. One factor of successful communities during this hard time has been the ones that are dedicated to practicing SEL (Social-Emotional Learning) both in-and-out of the classroom.

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  • MAY4
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Beatbox Music

    Ringbeller

    Have you ever made a weird noise with your mouth? Of course you have, we all have! Did you know that this can actually be considered music? Join world renowned YouTube Creator, Mike Tompkins, student reporter Eisley, and the Ringbeller crew to learn how to we can all be beatboxers.

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  • MAY4
    Panel Discussion

    Lessons From a Remote World

    Ross Romano, Jen Giffen, Michael Drezek, Isadora Carneiro

    Presented By MindRocket Media Group

    In this engaging panel, a pair of educators and a documentary filmmaker approach the idea of "remote" environments from different angles. The panelists share what it means to be remote in their given situations and why we work to overcome feeling remote by creating connections. They also describe lessons learned from their work in remote settings, the importance of understanding ourselves and those around us, and their strategies for overcoming a variety of challenges. The session promotes the importance of reflection, a key practice for every individual managing their mental and emotional health.

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  • MAY5
    For Kids

    An Athlete's Challenge & Transition

    Eric Kussin, Theo Fleury

    Presented By #SameHere Schools

    Join #SameHere Founder, Eric Kussin, and former National Hockey League Stanley Cup Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist, Theo Fleury, as they discuss an athletes transition from sports at all different points in life. Eric and Theo share personal stories from their own childhood, and discuss how healthy coping mechanisms created positive impacts during their transitions.

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  • MAY5
    Panel Discussion

    The Power of Play: A Shift in Education

    Jess Amato, Mary Beth Cunat, Joe DePaulo

    Presented By Platform to Play

    Play in all its forms impacts the social and emotional health and wellbeing of students and staff. Join Jess Amato, founder of Platform to Play, as she sits down with Mary Beth Cunat and Joe DePaulo to discuss current attitudes, barriers, and opportunities for using play as a tool throughout the education system. 

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  • MAY6
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    This Rock Might Just Save The World

    MyGreenPod

    Everybody needs to get more aligned with nature. Nature is good for us – yet for many, our communities have put some serious limits on our access to the outdoors. Deep-Dive to discover how the simplest forms of nature are giving us the biggest rewards.

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  • MAY6
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Getting to Know Your Teen Brain

    Rebecca MclellandCrawley

    The brain is an incredible three-pound organ that controls everything we do as humans. From body functions and interpreting information to our creativity and memory, the brain is a living operating system like no other. It consists of about 100 billion neurons, sending over 100 trillion connections. These giant numbers breakdown into our daily thoughts and actions.

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  • MAY6
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    STARR Exercises: Gym For Our Brains

    #SameHere Schools

    When it comes to our Physical Health we all learn that we must exercise and eat a healthy diet. If we all learn about the importance of our Physical Health, and both the upsides and downsides of how we treat our bodies, shouldn't we do the same for our brains and our Mental Health? Welcome to STARR Exercises, the gym for our brains.

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  • MAY6
    Panel Discussion

    The Stress Test: Rethinking Standardized Practices

    Tony Cox, Lekha Sharma, Jarvis Smith, Matt Runnalls

    Presented By MyGreenPod

    Traditional testing brings all kinds of stress and anxiety to students, teachers, administrators and parents. So the real question becomes, why are we still using this format to assess learning? Join Tony Cox, Lekha Sharma, Jarvis Smith and Matt Runnalls as they discuss innovative approaches to assessing students that will set them up for lifelong success.

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  • MAY7
    Panel Discussion

    Leadership Lessons

    Valerie Lewis, Lindsay Prendergast, Evin Schwartz, William Jeffery

    Presented By Belouga

    Effective leaders encourage growth in others, boost self-esteem, inspire, and most importantly take care of those around them. Leadership may be used often in education, but those who are truly making those around them better do not need a title. They are administrators, teachers, students and parents. Join this panel of education leaders sharing an insight on what leadership means to them, and how we can set our communities up for success, regardless of the challenges around us.

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  • MAY7
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    The Wellbeing Of Mental Health

    Aunua Academy

    With increasing emphasis on positive mental health and wellbeing as core life-skills, Aunua Academy has provided a program intended to break down barriers and show young people new ways of seeing things, new choices, and better ways to relate to others. This series shares methods to remove negative beliefs and ways of thinking, in order to become happier, healthier and overall more successful both in and out of the classroom. Dive on in and see how Aunua Academy is empowering and enabling young people to recognize their emotions, open up to those who can help, accept themselves and others, and to reconnect with their inner-self. 

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  • MAY7
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Design For Change

    Ringbeller

    Join the Ringbeller crew, Crumbaker, UNC, and student reporter, Kayden, as they visit Antionette Carroll from St. Louis, Missouri, who teaches people to stand up for equity and equality using their imagination.

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  • MAY7
    Expert Talk

    Why Is My Student So Stressed?

    Dr. Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Marc Lehman

    Presented By The Digital Citizenship Institute

    Here we will discuss adolescent development, when to be concerned, how to influence motivation and self worth and some info about social media. This session will be especially helpful to parents.

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  • MAY8
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Exploring the Mind of an Explorer

    Breaking the Cycle

    Join Dr. Rod Berger as he speaks with Kate in this one-on-one interview, and discover how she gets her ideas for expeditions, the kind of resilient mindset she has developed through her experiences and how she has learned to think her way around a fear of failure.

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  • MAY8
    Panel Discussion

    The Power of a PLN

    Ross Romano, Ronald Nober, and Ilene Winokur

    Presented By MindRocket Media Group

    In this timely panel, a pair of educators from different points on the globe discuss Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) from every angle. What do their PLNs look like and how do they go about forming an effective network? How have their networks and needs changed over the course of the pandemic? How do we form mutual expectations within our PLNs to support one another, to be supported continuously, and to help us get through tough times? The panelists share the benefits of a PLN and how they’d advise the education community to prioritize these powerful networks.

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  • MAY8
    Panel Discussion

    Mentorship In A Digital World

    Noa Daniel, Crystal Darensbourg, Rich Mullens

    Presented By The Mentoree

    The Mentoree is a collaborative community that promotes professional learning and efficacy through mentorship.  Join The Mentoree Founder, Noa Daniel, as she speaks with Crystal Darensbourg and Rich Mullens to discuss why mentorship is so important for our mental health and well-being both in-and-out of the classroom.

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  • MAY9
    Expert Talk

    Mighty Man Will

    Amanda Lanicek, Michael Schwartz

    Presented By Belouga

    In a moment, our world can be turned upside down. Join Michael Schwartz, as he sits down for a personal interview with Amanda Lanicek, to discuss her experience as a mom and educator while facing an extremely challenging time when her son battled heptablastoma, liver cancer at 6 months old. The power of a family bond and determination knows no bounds.

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  • MAY9
    Panel Discussion

    The Good Mood Kitchen: Mental Health Nutrition For The Whole Family

    Dr. Leslie Korn, Rebecca Faulkner, Dr Mary Anne Osborne

    Join Dr. Leslie Korn Rebecca Faulkner and Dr Mary Anne Osborne as they explore foods as medicine and how to turn your kitchen into your pharmacy. Join us for a fun and informative conversation about eating (not dieting!) for a good mood.

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  • MAY10
    Panel Discussion

    The Role Of School Leaders In Promoting Wellbeing

    Karina Murray, Calodagh McCumiskey, Rachel O'Connor

    Presented By Aunua Academy

    School leaders can get a good sense of their students and teachers academic growth by reviewing data and test scores, but the same can not be said about their communities wellbeing. The role of the school leader is drastically changing in our fast-paced society with one major focus; wellbeing and mental health. Join Ireland's educational leaders in this panel to reexamine and reimagine the role of a school leader.

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  • MAY10
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Don't Judge Imagination

    Ringbeller

    Have you ever heard the term "Don't judge a book by it's cover"? This saying means we shouldn't look at the outward appearance of a person or thing, but rather understand the values of that person or thing before having an opinion on it. Let's Deep-Dive with the Ringbeller team, Crumbaker and UNC, along with student reporter, Eisley, to meet a judge using her imagination to help kids who may be in trouble.

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  • MAY11
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    What Your Dreams Say About You

    Belouga

    Do you frequently have dreams about certain themes or experiences, and wonder if the dream symbols mean something? Have you ever dreamed about being chased? How about taking an exam or about the past? Although there is no scientific evidence to prove that dreams hold special meaning, dreams have been studied to promote better self-awareness and to help us understand what's bothering us in our everyday lives. Deep-Dive to discover 5 common dream meanings you must know about.

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  • MAY11
    Panel Discussion

    Growth Mindset: Personal & Professional

    Dr. Erik Youngman, Rachelle Dene Poth, Kian Zare

    Presented By Belouga

    Growth mindset can be summed up as one developing their talents through hard work, strategies and guidance from others. But if you ask any individual experiencing a growth mindset, it goes way behind the traditional meaning. Join Dr. Erik Youngman, Rachelle Dene Poth and Kian Zare as they discuss the keys to practicing and implementing a growth mindset both personally and professionally.

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  • MAY12
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    The Magic of Chess

    Notable Features

    Filmed at the 2019 Elementary Chess Championships at the Nashville Opryland resort, a group of children share their insights about the benefits of chess.

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  • MAY12
    Panel Discussion

    The Power of Play: We All Need It!

    Jess Amato

    Presented By Platform to Play

    Play in all its forms supports individuals and families in maintaining overall health and wellbeing. Join Jess Amato, founder of Platform to Play as she sits down with a diverse group of community members to discuss the impact leisure has on their lives.

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  • MAY13
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Getting Curious With Journalism

    Ringbeller

    While Journalism may be traditionally thought of as a career for adults, the ones who are creating major change through their words are kids! Join Crumbaker, UNC and student reporter Andrew as they speak with Peabody Award winning host of This American Life, Ira Glass, to discover why some of the most effective activism today is being led by kids worldwide.

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  • MAY14
    Panel Discussion

    Happiness Reflections

    Kristina MacBury, Jen Molitor, Stephen Jurgella, Christine Pépin

    Presented By Belouga

    Being happy is not only to treasure the smile, but that you also reflect on the sadness. It gives us balance throughout our days and memories for a lifetime. While reflecting on happiness is something we can all do, very few actually take the time to activate it. Join Kristina MacBury, Jen Molitor, Stephen Jurgella and Christine Pépin as they discuss how to teach happiness reflections at all levels of learning.

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  • MAY14
    Panel Discussion

    Why Is My Teen So Stressed How Can I Help?

    Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Marc Lehman

    Presented By The Digital Citizenship Institute

    Here we will discuss how to support your teen and the importance of understanding their world. We also go over how Covid has impacted them. We cover student mental health and how their world is impacted by rising anxiety and depressive rates.

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  • MAY14
    Panel Discussion

    Erase The Hate: Discrimination Against Asian-Americans

    Ai Addyson-Zhang, Michael Jackson, Nicole Kang

    Presented By Belouga

    A recent surge in violent attacks and discrimination against Asian Americans has captured the worlds attention. These hate crimes cause anguish for all those involved, and keep majority of us questioning how this can be taking place in our present day and age. The panel brings together three Asian American educators to discuss the recent events and their thoughts on how we can all erase the hate.

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  • MAY14

    Why "Me-Time" Matters

    Jess Amato, Brad Waid, Elizabeth McDonald, Katie McNamara

    Presented By Belouga

    When was the last time you took a "Me Day"? If you're like most people, you probably had to think long and hard about it. "Me-Time" is not something we should feel guilty about, but rather something we all need to feel our best.

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  • MAY15
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Why "Me-Time" Matters

    HEAL (Health Encouraging Anti-stigma League)

    HEAL (Health Encouraging Anti-Stigma League) is a student-led organization that promotes awareness, education, and conversation about mental health and mental illnesses. Join the students of HEAL in this series on addressing our own mental health with daily activities and hobbies.

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  • MAY16
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Creating Thriving Communities With Mindfulness

    NüYü

    We all deal with daily obstacles, the important part though is how we overcome these obstacles. Mindfulness is a key strategy in dealing with daily obstacles and stress, and with a bit of practice, it can make a real difference in our individual lives and communities. As students, we face different stressful situations than everyone else, so who better to learn from than other students? Come see how the students of NuYu are helping people within their own community deal with stress and become mindfulness masters!

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  • MAY16
    Panel Discussion

    Parenting Through The Pandemic

    Allie Dawson, Karina Murray, Liam Dawson

    Presented By Belouga

    The pandemic has drastically shifted the responsibilities of all members within a community, especially parents. In this panel, educators and parents, Allie Dawson, Karina Murray and Liam Dawson discuss the challenges the past year has brought, along with ways they have brought together their family during this hard time.

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  • MAY17
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Imagination Running Wild

    Ringbeller

    It's time to get intergalactic with Ringbeller's Crumbaker and UNC, along with a few special guests, and dive into our imaginations. What is imagination? Where can it be found? Only one way to find out...

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  • MAY17
    Panel Discussion

    Global IMPACTOR #SameHere

    Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Julie Bennett, Nicole Enny-Tully

    Presented By The Digital Citizenship Institute

    Global IMPACTOR is back for another session, connecting classrooms around the world all in the name of the using tech for good! Join Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Julie Bennett, Nicole Enny-Tully and their students as they share their own global impact related to mental health and overall wellness.

  • MAY18
    Panel Discussion

    A Community Wellness Approach

    Noa Daniel, Vergia Davidson, Dr. Richard Bolduc

    Presented By The Mentoree

    It is the role of a community to take care of each and every one of it's members. Join Noa Daniel as she speaks with Ottawa Catholic School Board's lead wellness Directors on how they have implemented a community approach to wellness for all students, parents, teachers and administrators.

  • MAY18
    Panel Discussion

    Assessing the Whole Child

    Ai Addyson-Zhang, Tammy Musiowsky-Borneman, Jeremy Van Egmond

    Presented By Belouga

    The whole child approach is about holistic education. It makes learning look beyond the classroom to support and ensure personal development of the individual student. This approach has taken the education world by storm in recent years, providing a truly personalized development structure for all learners. Join Ai Addyson-Zhang, Tammy Musiowsky-Borneman andJeremy Van Egmond as they provide guidance into this approach from their own educator and administrator experiences.

  • MAY19
    Panel Discussion

    Coping Strategies and Mindfulness in Education

    Eugenia Tamez, Vanessa Price, Monica Mulholland

    Presented By EduKtech

    Coping strategies and mindfulness in education are just as important, if not more important, than the strategies we teach our students and facility relating to core subject areas and curriculum. In this panel, expert educators and practitioners will discuss ways we can integrate these strategies into all subject areas and grade levels.

  • MAY20
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Professional Imagineers

    Ringbeller

    Chances are you've watched a Disney movie, read a Disney book or even took a trip to one of the Disney amusement parks around the world. Disney has been sparking children's imaginations for almost100 years! But who are the people that make "The Happiest Place On Earth" come to life? Join student reporter Luna, and Nikkolas, a Disney Imagineer, to discuss technology’s role in bringing imagination to life.

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  • MAY20
    Panel Discussion

    Ed Talks Live: Student Changemakers

    Evo Hannan, Sumedha Sodhi, Jacky Tellez, Shreya Joshi, Bill Cotter

    Presented By Belouga

    Join this international panel of educators, students and organizational leaders as they discuss how the next generation of global leaders are already creating major action and impact. These are student changemakers!

  • MAY21
    Panel Discussion

    Gratitude & Perspective

    Johane Ligonde, Brad Waid, F. Margret Atkinson

    Presented By Belouga

    Gratitude helps people feel more positive emotions, improve their health, deal with adversity, and build strong relationships. People feel and express gratitude in multiple ways. There is where their perspective comes into. Johane Ligonde, Brad Waid and F. Margret Atkinson as they discuss gratitude and perspective mindsets for us to feel our best.

  • MAY21
    Expert Talk

    Why Am I So Stressed?

    Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Marc Lehman

    Presented By The Digital Citizenship Institute

    In this session we go over when to get help, the importance of self care, and how to manage stress.

  • MAY21
    Panel Discussion

    The #SDGs for Mental Health

    Rebecca McLelland-Crawley, Kecia McDonald, Namya Joshi, Evin Schwartz

    Presented By Belouga

    The Sustainable Development Goals or Global Goals are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a "blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all". The SDGs were set up in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly and are intended to be achieved by the year 2030. With a pressing need for change across our entire planet, the Goals are becoming a go-to resource and framework for educating students about the world around them. Could these replace the traditional curriculum and assessment process the education industry is used to? 

  • MAY22
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Get In Motion! The Power of Movement

    Fitbound

    Get up and get moving! Exercise is not just great for your body, it helps your brain too. While it may look different around the world, one thing is for certain, keeping your body moving throughout the day leads to a healthier life. This series will take you on a journey through history and around the world as you learn how fitness has evolved, why it's so good for you, and ways you can stay active throughout your life. 

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  • MAY22
    Panel Discussion

    Cooking for Good Mental Health

    Heather Boncore, Nicole Phillips, Rebecca McGovern, Keri Armbrust, Steve Brown, Deann Poleon

    Presented By Belouga

    Did you know the food we eat not only effects our physical health, but also has a huge impact on our mental health too? Join the educators of Lake Shore Central School District, as they share the key elements of healthy eating, while whipping up a delicious meal for positive mental health.

  • MAY23
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Storytelling With Data

    Ringbeller

    Data is any information we can collect about an event or something that is happening. Generally, data is displayed on long worksheets that show a ton of numbers for us to make sense of. But what if we could use pictures to tell these stories instead?

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  • MAY23
    Panel Discussion

    Breaking Free: Post Pandemic Learning

    Sabrina Ben Salmi, Karl Cross, Matthew Parr

    Presented By Dreaming Big Together

    The pandemic has forced the education world to adapt and adopt new learning experiences and resources. While some students struggle in this structure, others flourish. What will post pandemic learning look like? Join this international panel of education leaders to hear their insights on the future of learning.

  • MAY24
    Panel Discussion

    Inclusive Learning

    Rachel Tomlinson, Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Renata Madureira

    Presented By The Digital Citizenship Institute

    Every single learner worldwide has the right to a quality education that provides them with the skills, both academically and socially, to excel throughout their life regardless of their mental or physical capabilities. Join international educators Rachel Tomlinson, Marialice B.F.X. Curran and Renata Madureira as they discuss what inclusive learning looks like in their part of the world, and how we are all connected and responsible for the inclusion of our communities.

  • MAY25
    Live Expert Talk

    Social Media Mentalities

    Rachelle Dene Poth, Laurie Guyon, Matthew-Martin Hall

    Presented By Belouga

    The good, the bad, the ugly. This can all be said about social media and our digital communities. The question now becomes, how can we shift our mentality and those around us, to nurture and cultivate thriving social media experiences for all.

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  • MAY25
    Panel Discussion

    The Power of Play: Supporting Educators through Professional Development

    Jess Amato, Kayla Tardogno, Sarah Reinhardt

    Presented By Platform to Play

    Who said play is just for kids? Join Jess Amato, founder of Platform to Play as she sits down with Sarah Reinhardt and Kayla Tardogno to discuss the importance of providing interactive and engaging professional development in schools that focus on the health and wellbeing of staff and building strategies for supporting the social and emotional needs of students through innovative approaches.

  • MAY25
    Live Panel Discussion

    #SameHere Heroes

    Evan WhiteHead, Zsofia Alibaux-Jakab, Eric Shainock, Kim Bellas

    Presented By Belouga

    Not all heroes wear capes. More than ever before, the people who are taking small actions to help support those around them are creating huge impacts. Join an international panel of educators, parents and community leaders as they discuss the #SameHere heroes within their own communities, and how you can become one for those in your own life.

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  • MAY26
    Panel Discussion

    The Power of Play: A Guide to Inclusion

    Jess Amato, Matt Frye, Kelly Ramella

    Presented By Platform to Play

    Everyone deserves a platform to play, regardless of age, ability,interests, or personal resources. Join Jess Amato, founder of Platform to Play as she sits down with fellow recreational therapists and university professors, Matt Frye and Kelly Ramella to discuss the connection between play and inclusion in schools and communities. 

  • MAY27
    Live Panel Discussion

    Pitfalls Of Losing Extracurricular Activities

    Michael Drezek, Theo Fleury, Evin Schwartz

    Presented By #SameHere Schools

    Whether it be an organized sporting event, band practice or a painting class, extracurricular activities give us the ability to share our passions, find our communities and express ourselves. The pandemic rapidly removed these important aspects of our lives, leaving a void both physically and mentally. Join Michael Drezek, Theo Fleury and Evin Schwartz as they discuss why extracurricular activities are so important to all members of a school community, along with the effects these activities have on our wellbeing. 

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  • MAY27
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    The Spice Box Of Your Life

    Ringbeller

    Life is like a spice box, giving each and every person the ability to make their own based on their personality and strong points. Join Chef Maneet Chauhan, student reporter Hetvi and the Ringbeller news anchors, Crumbaker and UNC, to discover the spice box of your life.

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  • MAY28
    Panel Discussion

    Creative Outlets For Wellness

    Brad Waid, Tracie Glazer, Dene Gainey

    Presented By Belouga

    Get those creative juices flowing, and join Brad Waid, Tracie Glazer and Dene Gainey as they dive into music, art, entertainment, and of course, education, to discuss ways to get creative in any environment.

  • MAY28
    Expert Talk

    What Can We Help?

    Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Marc Lehman

    Presented By The Digital Citizenship Institute

    In this session we cover communication and the importance of it in a family. We also discuss the square and how it leads to happiness. And also how being balanced, being responsible and being social makes for a happy young adult.

  • MAY28
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Embracing & Accepting Our Peers

    Plavi Telefon

    Diversity is a beautiful thing. Join Plavi Telefon, as they explore how children worldwide can understand and embrace tolerance, respect and diversity within their own schools and communities to make everyone feel included.

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  • MAY29
    Deep Dive Series For Kids

    Inventing Self Through Meditation

    Inventing Self

    Meditation provides us with the ability to reflect, embrace and understand the world around us. Join Inventing Self Founder, Julia Johnson, as she guides you on a spiritual meditative journey.

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  • MAY30
    Panel Discussion

    Digital Kindness: Being Human in a Hyper-Connected World

    Tillie Elvrum, Michael Schwartz, Lauren Hug

    Presented By Belouga

    Thanks to technology, our society is more connected than ever before. But how do we bring the physical element of being human into our digital lives, especially the kindness and nurturing aspect? Fire up your device and get ready to get human with digital kindness.

  • MAY30
    Live Panel Discussion

    Coping With Anxiety

    Eric Kussin, Paiton Lami, Matt Dewar

    Presented By #SameHere Schools

    Sometimes just the thought of getting through the day produces anxiety. But with the proper techniques and practices, anxiety can be managed and controlled. Join mental health expert educators as they discuss their own experiences with anxiety, and strategies we can use in our daily lives.

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  • MAY31
    Panel Discussion For Kids

    Yoga For The Body & Mind

    Gabrielle Magid, Amelia DeVivo

    Presented By Stronger Than Stigma

    The beginnings of Yoga were developed by the Indus-Sarasvati civilization in Northern India over 5,000 years ago. Since then, the practice and lifestyle has spread worldwide and is providing us with an outlet to find our inner-self and stay fit at the same time. Join Amelia DeVivo as she discusses how yoga has been one of her greatest tools for her own mental health and well-being, while making the quarantine experience just a little bit more zen.