In these turbulent times, it is more important than ever for educators to bring awareness to their own identity and biases as well as develop a toolbox of strategies to help students develop greater self-awareness and empathy. Participants will gain both in this dynamic, experiential workshop designed for K-12 educators.
In this two-day workshop, learn how to rethink school discipline issues so that the emphasis is on “What happened?! And how do we make it right?” Facilitated by a team from San Francisco Day School, comprised of an administrator, diversity director, teacher, and counselor who collaborate to support RJ, this workshop will allow participants to explore restorative practices and consider how “RJ” may work in their schools.
Over the past decade we, Cathy Aragon, Meredith Landis and Sylvia Rodriguez Douglass, have individually learned from many workshops and conferences provided by the CATDC. In the last year we found ourselves drawn into conversation, …
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