Preventing “Eeyore Syndrome” & Building Self-Efficacy: Dr. Debbie Silver Coming to Atlanta!

Connecting with every student requires that educators “don’t demand that students march to one inflexible beat; rather they encourage students to find their own rhythms and their own strengths.” Dr. Debbie Silver believes this is central to students’ developing their own self-efficacy.

Watch Dr. Debbie Silver on guarding against “Eeyore Syndrome” in all students (and staff).

Humorist and author of Drumming to the Beat of Different Marchers, Dr. Debbie Silver will present sessions at the Wired Differently/Trauma-Informed Schools Conference in Atlanta in June.