Marriam Ewaida

Managing Director

Dr. Marriam Ewaida, Hanover Research

Dr. Marriam Ewaida has over 15 years of practical and research experience in the K-12 sector. She has extensive training and experience working with culturally and linguistically diverse students, providing staff professional development, developing and aligning curriculum, and managing staff. Dr. Ewaida currently works to design and manage research initiatives for K-12 school districts around the country. Her research interests include critical literacy, equity and social justice-oriented action projects, diverse youth, literacy resilience, and teacher professional development. Dr. Ewaida currently serves as an adjunct faculty at George Mason University and continues to teach, publish and present on topics related to culturally sustaining pedagogy, critical literacy, teacher professional development, and curriculum implementation. At Hanover, she has been intricately involved in supporting equity, strategic planning, and program evaluation initiatives for members across the country by facilitating workshops and developing and managing a research and advising agenda that leverages a mixed methodological approach to supporting those priorities.

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Day 2
January 19, 2023
10:30 am

Supports for Student and Teacher Well-Being

Great Lakes III (Lower Level)
19 January
Time:  10:30 am - 11:45 am
Location:  Great Lakes III (Lower Level)
Speaker:  Marriam Ewaida

Teachers and students face extraordinary challenges post-pandemic, with
unprecedented levels of burnout, stress, and low morale that are impacting school districts around the country. This session will provide attendees with authentic descriptions from Hanover’s member districts around how failures to attend to teacher and/or student wellbeing can lead to an overall downgrading of districts’ climate and culture. After highlighting the importance of these challenges, Hanover will share lessons gleaned from research and member districts on how best to respond to teacher and student wellbeing in efficient and meaningful ways. Participants will be exposed to research-based strategies and practical resources that can be immediately impactful.

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