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UConn CSCH: facilitating innovative and impactful connections across research, policy, and practice arenas to advance equity in school and child health. CSCH is committed to anti-racist work that prioritizes inclusion, reduces disparities, and creates systemic change.

    Feeling Well: The Science and Practice of Emotional Well-Being

    Feeling Well: The Science and Practice of Emotional Well-Being

    A discussion about Feeling Well: The Science and Practice of Emotional Well-Being, a UConn pop-up course on emotional well-being.
     
    Hosts:
    Amy Gorin, Vice Provost for Health Sciences and Interdisciplinary Initiatives at the University of Connecticut
    Helene Marcy, Director of Programs & Communications, UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
     
    Guests:           
    Sandra Chafouleas, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor and Neag Endowed Professor, UConn Department of Educational Psychology; Co-Director of the Collaboratory on School and Child Health
    Karen McComb, Director of Health Promotion and Community Impact at UConn Student Health and Wellness.
    Beth Russell, Associate Professor UConn Department of Human Development and Family Sciences; Co-Director of the Collaboratory on School and Child Health; Director of the Center for Applied Research in Human Development
    Resources
    Read a transcript of the podcast
     
    Organization Websites
    UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health (CSCH)
    UConn Student Health and Wellness
    Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)
    UConn M3EWB Network (Mechanisms Underlying Mind-Body Interventions & Measurement of Emotional Well-Being)
    Social Media Links
    @uconncsch on Instagram
    @UConn CSCH on Linkedin
    @UConnCSCH on Facebook
     
    Produced by Sandra Chafouleas and Beth Russell.
    Directed and edited by Helene Marcy.
    This recording has been made available for informational and educational purposes only. Feeling Well: The Science and Practice of Emotional Well Being was created by the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health and recorded in December 2023.
     
    Copyright © 2023 by the University of Connecticut. All rights reserved.
     

    • 17 min
    Restorative Justice and the School-Based Diversion Initiative

    Restorative Justice and the School-Based Diversion Initiative

    A discussion about an initiative in Connecticut that uses restorative practices to reduce juvenile justice involvement and improve school mental health outcomes.
     
    Host:   
    Helene Marcy, Director of Programs & Communications at the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
     
    Guests:           
    Kris Wraight, Restorative Justice Facilitator and Trainer
    Jeana Bracey, Associate Vice President of School and Community Initiatives, Child Health and Development Institute
    Yecenia Casiano, Senior Project Coordinator, Child Health and Development Institute
    Beth Russell, Associate Professor, UConn Department of Human Development and Family Sciences; Co-Director UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health; Director, Center for Applied Research in Human Development
     
    Resources
    Read a transcript of the podcast
    The Connecticut School-Based Diversion Initiative
     
    Organization Websites
    The Child Health and Development Institute
    Kris Wraight Website
    UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
     
    Social Media Links
    @CHDICT on Facebook
    @CHDICT on Twitter
    @UConnCSCH on Twitter
    @UConnCSCH on Facebook
    Produced, directed, and edited by Helene Marcy. This recording has been made available for informational and educational purposes only. Restorative Justice and the School-Based Diversion Initiative was created by the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health and recorded in April 2023.
    Copyright © 2023 by the University of Connecticut. All rights reserved.

    • 20 min
    Why Social and Emotional Learning Matters - the Work of Chris Cipriano and Team

    Why Social and Emotional Learning Matters - the Work of Chris Cipriano and Team

    Description: CSCH interviews Christina Cipriano about her work in Emotion Science
    Host:     Sandra Chafouleas, Co-Director of the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
    Guest:   Christina Cipriano, Assistant Professor at the Yale Child Study Center and Director of the Education Collaboratory at Yale. (Former Director of Research at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.)
    Resources
    Read a transcript of the podcast
    Organization Websites
    The Education Collaboratory at Yale
    Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence
    UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
    The Urban Assembly
    Trajectory of Hope
    SEL programs mentioned:
    Second Step
    RULER
    PATHS
    SEL Research mentioned:
    Social and Emotional Learning Observation Checklist for Elementary School (SELOC-ES)
    Project Flourish
    The Impact of Enhancing Students’ Social and Emotional Learning: A Meta-Analysis of School-Based Universal Interventions: analyzed 213 USB SEL studies that took place through the end of 2007.
    The State of Evidence for Social and Emotional Learning: A Contemporary Meta-Analysis of Universal School-Based SEL Interventions
    Social Media Links
    Chris Cipriano on Twitter
    Yale Child Study Center on Twitter
    Yale Child Study Center on Facebook
    Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence on Twitter
    Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence on Facebook
    @UConnCSCH on Twitter
    @UConnCSCH on Facebook
     
    Produced and directed by Sandra Chafouleas. Edited by Helene Marcy.
    This recording has been made available for informational and educational purposes only.
    Why Social and Emotional Learning Matters - the Work of Chris Cipriano and Team was created by the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health and recorded in April 2023.
    Copyright © 2023 by the University of Connecticut. All rights reserved.

    • 16 min
    The Impact of Gun Violence on Kids’ Health

    The Impact of Gun Violence on Kids’ Health

    The founders of the UConn Center for Advancing, Research, Methods, and Scholarship in Gun Injury Prevention talk about the impact of gun violence on kids’ health and the policies and practices that can address gun violence prevention.
    Host: Helene Marcy, Director of Programs & Communications at the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
    Guests:
    Jennifer Dineen, Associate Professor in Residence, UConn School of Public Policy
    Kerri Raissian, Associate Professor, UConn School of Public Policy
    Resources
    Read a transcript of the podcast
    Websites
    InCHIP Gun Violence Prevention Research Interest Group
    UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
    UConn School of Public Policy
    READI Program in Chicago
    Extreme Risk Protection Orders
    How Sandy Hook Changed the Legal Environment" Panel Discussion Hosted by UConn ARMS
    Jaclyn Schildkraut
     
    Social Media Links
    @ARMS_GVP_RIG on Twitter
    @UConnCSCH on Twitter
    @UConnCSCH on Facebook
     
    Produced, directed and edited by Helene Marcy.
    This recording has been made available for informational and educational purposes only.
    The Impact of Gun Violence on Kids’ Health was created by the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health and recorded in March 2023.
    Copyright © 2023 by the University of Connecticut. All rights reserved.

    • 30 min
    The WSCC Blueprints - helping schools integrate health and learning

    The WSCC Blueprints - helping schools integrate health and learning

    CSCH Postdoctoral Scholars Jessica Koslouski and Kathleen Williamson describe the CSCH WSCC Blueprint tools geared to helping schools implement the WSCC model.
    Host: Helene Marcy, Director of Programs & Communications at the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
    Guests:
    Jessica Koslouski, CSCH Postdoctoral Scholar
    Kathleen Williamson, CSCH Postdoctoral Scholar
    Resources
    Read a transcript of the podcast
    WSCC Blueprints
    WSCC: Think about the Link Project (Policy. Practice, and Process)
    WellSAT WSCC Policy Evaluation Tool
    UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
    Implementation Science
    Backwards Design explained in Policy Blueprint and Practice Blueprint
    Congruence Theory explained in Policy Blueprint and Practice Blueprint
     
    Social Media Links
    @UConnCSCH on Twitter
    @UConnCSCH on Facebook
    @UConnCSCH on Spoutible
    Produced by Sandra Chafouleas.
    Directed and edited by Helene Marcy.
    This recording has been made available for informational and educational purposes only.
    - The WSCC Practice and Policy Blueprints - helping schools integrate health and learning was created by the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health and recorded in January 2023.
    Copyright © 2023 by the University of Connecticut. All rights reserved.
     

    • 15 min
    How Kids and Young Adults Benefit from Nature

    How Kids and Young Adults Benefit from Nature

    Three UConn professors discuss the benefits of nature and how to get outside.
    Host: Helene Marcy, Director of Programs & Communications at the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
    Guests:
    Jean Coffey, Clinical Professor in the UConn School of Nursing and CSCH Steering Committee member
    Damion Grasso, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at UConn Health, and CSCH Steering Committee member
    Cynthia Jones, Professor Emeritus in the UConn Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
    Resources
    Read a transcript of the podcast
    Jean Coffey Study about Prescribing Nature
    Outside Perspectives
    Nature Rx at UConn
    UConn Today Article about NatureRx at UConn
    Connecticut Trailfinder
    TrailLink (includes downloadable mobile app)
    UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health
     
    Social Media Links
    @UConnCSCH on Twitter
    @UConnCSCH on Facebook
    Produced, directed and edited by Helene Marcy.
    This recording has been made available for informational and educational purposes only.
    How Kids and Young Adults Benefit from Nature was created by the UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health and recorded in November 2022.
    Copyright © 2023 by the University of Connecticut. All rights reserved.

    • 19 min

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