Date: February 17, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern
Social media’s rapid evolution coupled with unprecedented access to advanced technology has forever flipped the script on social-emotional learning in the 21st century. As students’ thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors shift just as fast as technology itself, it’s no longer safe to carry over age-old assumptions that don’t reflect modern times. Powered by tens of thousands of responses from all over the country, The Social Institute’s 2022 insights offer a real-time look at how students interact with an interconnected world. Join us for this webinar to hear The Social Institute dive deep into the latest data about all things students, tech, and social media.
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Josh Lutkus Senior Partner Success Manager, The Social Institute
Josh Lutkus is senior partner success manager at The Social Institute, where he works closely with partner schools to develop, guide, and successfully implement the #WinAtSocial Program with students, parents, and educators. He shares best practices and coordinates strategies to ensure each partner receives the most effective and engaging social media education customized to their needs. Prior to The Social Institute, Josh spent his career helping schools design, successfully launch, and nurture programs that support the needs and values of their students.
Sarah-Frances UffmanPartnerships Manager, The Social Institute
Sarah-Frances Uffman is the partnerships manager at The Social Institute. She spent more than 5 years as a teacher in North Carolina public schools. She championed SEL in the classroom, helping schools design and implement curriculum that prioritized the needs of her students. As a dual graduate of Duke University’s master of arts in teaching and master of theological studies, she’s passionate about all things education and student well-being.
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