Upcoming Workshops

Upcoming Workshops

These one-time workshops, provide opportunities for exposure and reflection in order to help shape the public education community’s mindset around creative problem solving and continuous improvement. From learning about culturally responsive pedagogy to incorporating trauma-informed teaching techniques, these engaging and interactive workshops are aimed at expanding your skillset and helping you tackle some of the pressing issues in learning today.

To be the first to know about new and upcoming opportunities, be sure to sign up for our talent newsletter!

  • Co-Creating a Vision for Families as Co-Teachers

    • Virtual

    This workshop invites high-potential leaders to connect family-school engagement opportunities to the integrated whole of what parents/caregivers do for their children. You will learn processes and mindsets that will help you purposefully involve all voices in designing what co-teaching and parent-engagement can look, feel, and sound like. The goal is to ensure educator and family actions match the belief that co-teaching and family engagement is a non-negotiable, not a nice to have.

    Participants attending will earn CEUs.

    Register Now
  • Dear Trauma, Let’s Get More Acquainted: Understanding How Trauma Impacts Student Learning & Brain Development

    Join other high-potential leaders to develop an in-depth understanding of the purpose and practice of trauma-informed pedagogy and its relevance to topics of personal and professional wellness, race, culture, policy, and education. This interactive working session will provide guidance to enrich classroom and school culture, increase trust within teacher-student relationships, and improve student academic achievement data.

    Participants attending will earn CEUs.

    Register Now
  • Beyond Inclusiveness: Implementing Culturally Responsive Pedagogy as an Accelerator for Real Learning Outcomes

    • Virtual

    This workshop goes beyond the surface with powerful, but practical low-floor, high-ceiling, culturally-responsive instructional strategies, discussion structures, test prep strategies, approaches to classroom management that maximize student voice and purposefully shift power to students and move past the myth of meritocracy and toward the “hidden” curriculum of success (networking, navigating systems, storytelling, etc.). These strategies are important inside the classroom, but this workshop will also support educators in applying these strategies in their work with community members, parents, and other stakeholders outside of the school building.

    Participants attending will earn CEUs.

    Register Now

Upcoming Workshops

These one-time workshops, provide opportunities for exposure and reflection in order to help shape the public education community’s mindset around creative problem solving and continuous improvement. From learning about culturally responsive pedagogy to incorporating trauma-informed teaching techniques, these engaging and interactive workshops are aimed at expanding your skillset and helping you tackle some of the pressing issues in learning today.

To be the first to know about new and upcoming opportunities, be sure to sign up for our talent newsletter!

  • Co-Creating a Vision for Families as Co-Teachers

    • Virtual

    This workshop invites high-potential leaders to connect family-school engagement opportunities to the integrated whole of what parents/caregivers do for their children. You will learn processes and mindsets that will help you purposefully involve all voices in designing what co-teaching and parent-engagement can look, feel, and sound like. The goal is to ensure educator and family actions match the belief that co-teaching and family engagement is a non-negotiable, not a nice to have.

    Participants attending will earn CEUs.

    Register Now
  • Dear Trauma, Let’s Get More Acquainted: Understanding How Trauma Impacts Student Learning & Brain Development

    Join other high-potential leaders to develop an in-depth understanding of the purpose and practice of trauma-informed pedagogy and its relevance to topics of personal and professional wellness, race, culture, policy, and education. This interactive working session will provide guidance to enrich classroom and school culture, increase trust within teacher-student relationships, and improve student academic achievement data.

    Participants attending will earn CEUs.

    Register Now
  • Beyond Inclusiveness: Implementing Culturally Responsive Pedagogy as an Accelerator for Real Learning Outcomes

    • Virtual

    This workshop goes beyond the surface with powerful, but practical low-floor, high-ceiling, culturally-responsive instructional strategies, discussion structures, test prep strategies, approaches to classroom management that maximize student voice and purposefully shift power to students and move past the myth of meritocracy and toward the “hidden” curriculum of success (networking, navigating systems, storytelling, etc.). These strategies are important inside the classroom, but this workshop will also support educators in applying these strategies in their work with community members, parents, and other stakeholders outside of the school building.

    Participants attending will earn CEUs.

    Register Now

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