In this three-part series, top education authors give you leadership tools to start the school year strong and build upon what’s been learned to result in a more supportive and equitable school community.
Part 1: JULY 27 – Culture, Class, and Race: Constructive Conversations That Unite and Energize Your School and Community
Brenda CampbellJones, Franklin CampbellJones, and Shannon Keeny
Honest conversations about tough topics and emotionally charged subjects – race, class, and culture — can be daunting. This session will provide you with a framework for having these critical conversations in a way that will build trust and strengthen your interactions.
Part 2: AUGUST 3 – Forces of Influence: How Educators Can Leverage Relationships to Improve Practice
Fred Ende and Meghan Everette
Learn how to leverage the all important relationships that will influence outcomes and effect real change. Explore the art of the four forces: the pull, the push, the shove, and the nudge, and know how and when to use them.
Part 3: AUGUST 10 – Your Students, My Students, Our Students: Rethinking Equitable and Inclusive Classrooms
Nancy Frey, et al
Explore the hard truths about current general and special
education practice and outline five essential disruptions to
the status quo.
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