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Tue, Apr 07



(SUHSD) Raising a Resilient (Distance) Learner

Students who thrive develop a range of intellectual and social-emotional skills and capacities.

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(SUHSD) Raising a Resilient (Distance) Learner
(SUHSD) Raising a Resilient (Distance) Learner

Time & Location

Apr 07, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM


About the Event

The Resilient Learner is a holistic model that describes eight key domains or "columns" to help students thrive: 

1. Autonomous skills inside the "classroom"

2. Autonomous skills outside the "classroom"

3. A growth mindset

4. A sense of belonging

5. Academic resilience

6. A healthy relationship with technology

7. An understanding of the educational institution

8. Support for emotional/nutritional/financial/spiritual needs

This virtual webinar will help parents and educators understand how an integrated approach to student learning can help children and teens flourish, particularly in the time of COVID-19. 

Adina Glickman, MSW, is the founding director of the Stanford Resilience Project for Stanford's Learning Strategy Programs, and co-founder of The Academic Resilience Consortium. 

Parents, students, educators, and community members welcome! Free admission. Virtual Zoom session and Q&A will be video recorded. 

The Parent Education Webinar Series is sponsored by Sequoia Healthcare District and Sequoia Union High School School District.

Questions? Contact Charlene Margot, MA, Founder and Director, The Parent Education Series, at

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