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Today, educators have a critical need to utilise technology to manage wellbeing in every aspect of their days. For many, this means multiple systems and disconnected data, which actually increases workloads and fails to offer the full view of a student, class, cohort or whole school that is essential to providing the information needed to respond in a meaningful way.

In this one hour webinar, our expert panelists discussed:

  • How the combined roll call and Emotion Check-in saves time, provides context to learner profiles and identified in real-time the emotional state of students.

  • The rich data that is made available inside the Sentral Wellbeing reporting.

  • The real world impact of the above on students, teachers and executives from educators who have piloted the integration and assisted in its development.

  • National Check-in Week - 22 May 2023 - the week dedicated to understanding how students truly feel by checking in on student wellbeing and how the new Life Skills GO integration is available free to all schools during the event.

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Nikki Bonus is an experienced ed-tech founder and CEO of Life Skills Group, harnessing more than 20 years of deeply personal and professional experience in the development and delivery of social-emotional literacy programs for individuals, organizations, and most importantly, teachers and students. Nikki’s work has helped give voice to more than 850 schools, connecting with 20,000 teachers and 500,000 primary school children to build a continuing evidence base of what works to measure, report and implement real improvements in Social Emotional and Physical Literacy for school communities.

Stephanie Giles has been working in the area of Special Education and Learning Support for 15 years and holds a Bachelor of Education and Masters of Special Education. She is currently the Deputy Principal at Guildford West Public School, with her role focused primarily on wellbeing as well as on overseeing the school's Learning Support Team. This involves supporting students with social and emotional difficulties, mental health disorders, complex learning needs, diagnosed disabilities, learning difficulties and trauma. She has worked across special education and mainstream settings and is passionate about supporting student wellbeing and enhancing learning opportunities for all students in the areas of social and emotional learning.

Antony Mawer has over 25 years experience in a diverse range of technology roles. He is the ‘accidental’ founder of Sentral, having joined up with 2 ex-NSW DoE teachers in 2001 to help schools make better use of technology.

Ant is an Industry representative on various forums (e.g. NSIP, EduGrowth) with a passion for helping people solve problems. (which usually – but not always – means using technology!)