Part two of our discussion on how to navigate our new normal in education with strategies and ideas from 7 education experts, facilitators, and practitioners. During this unprecedented time you might be providing education in a virtual space, in-person, or a blend of both making self-care, student-care and school-care more important than ever. This lively panel of education practitioners from @CollaborateEdu share how we can recharge ourselves, energize our instruction, and create a vibrant and positive learning environment.
Kristi Trader – Based in Michigan and leader of “Embody Kind” working with multiple industries to embody kindness in ourselves, homes, relationships and communities. Shaylene King – Founder of the Mean Girl Extinction Project based in Tennessee working with girls to combat relational aggression to create communities of kindness. Tisha Marina Bernard – Educator for 15 years, based in Los Angeles and founder of “I Choose Peace Academy,” a global youth leadership movement. Alejandro Vilchez – Educator and Principal of “AB Consulting” in San Francisco bay area focused on violence prevention, youth development and team building. Annette Schyadre – Creator of “Compassionate Communities” and a speaker, and education consultant based in Washington State. Lidia Lopez – worked over 25 years in education and is the Creator of “Movimiento de Corazon” based in Southern California focusing on youth advocacy and education.
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Community Matters – Committed to improving the social-emotional climate of our nation’s schools and communities. Community Matters equips and empowers students and adults to create schools and communities that are safe, welcoming and inclusive. Organized around the Whole School Climate Framework, Community Matters is aligned with emerging standards including: organization, staff, students, families, and communities.
International School Climate Institute – Provides practical training, workshops, coaching, and speaking to create positive school climates. Contact us about school climate improvement, planning and climate survey support, bullying prevention and upstander intervention training, restorative justice practices, school safety, youth development, and more.