Making the Case for the Importance of School Climate and Its Measurement

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Add to Calendar 2011-11-30 16:00:00 2011-11-30 16:00:00 Making the Case for the Importance of School Climate and Its Measurement Description and Presenter Informatino During this Webinar, Dr. David Osher, Principal Investigator for the Safe and Supportive Schools Technical Assistance Center and an expert in school climate, discussed the linkages between school climate and children’s academic and non-academic development. Additionally, Dr. Osher discussed the models of school climate, best practices in communicating the importance of school climate to stakeholders, and characteristics of good school climate measures. Intended Audience This Webinar is appropriate for school district superintendents and allied staff, school administrators and support staff, school climate teams, and teachers. Webinar Materials View the Webinar recording (Windows Media Video)Having difficulty viewing the video? Download the presentation slides (PDF) Questions and Answers (PDF)   noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Description and Presenter Informatino

During this Webinar, Dr. David Osher, Principal Investigator for the Safe and Supportive Schools Technical Assistance Center and an expert in school climate, discussed the linkages between school climate and children’s academic and non-academic development. Additionally, Dr. Osher discussed the models of school climate, best practices in communicating the importance of school climate to stakeholders, and characteristics of good school climate measures.

Intended Audience

This Webinar is appropriate for school district superintendents and allied staff, school administrators and support staff, school climate teams, and teachers.

Webinar Materials

View the Webinar recording (Windows Media Video)
Having difficulty viewing the video?

Download the presentation slides (PDF)

Questions and Answers (PDF)


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