What unique opportunities do we have as educators returning to the classroom after a year of online learning, instability, and social change?
As an educator, you have seen firsthand how the pandemic has impacted your students and school community. Students will be returning to in-person learning this September with a unique opportunity for a fresh start.
RSVP now for the free [Re]Creating Classroom Communities workshop on August 17th from 6:30-8:30 pm.
Join Harmony Movement for this 2-hour workshop to discuss how we as educators can collaborate to establish new norms which center equitable and inclusive practices in the next school year.
- Explore strategies that prioritize your students’ needs and work towards reestablishing a sense of community in the classroom.
- Discuss approaches to maintain a stable learning environment and create practical routines that can be followed consistently throughout the school year.
- Identify the needs that your students have expressed during the past year and reflect on how these will impact learning dynamics. Be prepared to adapt your teaching practice to embrace these lessons moving forward and reflect on how this connects to your sense of purpose as an educator.
- Consider how to meaningfully incorporate an understanding of recent social and political upheavals into your curriculum and teaching practices in a sustainable manner.
Educators are invited to stay on for an optional additional 30 minutes of connecting, networking, and idea-sharing following the workshop.
For questions or more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 647-746-0440.
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