Your Classroom Culture Toolkit: Promote Equity & Inclusion
When students reflect on their academic careers, they frequently focus on how their educators made them feel, instead of just what they taught. This is the meaning of classroom culture. And regardless of what classrooms look like this fall, the culture of the space you cultivate there will be central to engaging students in learning.
We see this in our own communities and across the education profession: educators care deeply about their students and are consistently put relationships first. But doing so in a remote learning environment, or even one that is socially distant, means that this relationship-building that typically happens at the beginning of the new year will be very unique.
That is why we have developed a Classroom Culture Toolkit – to equip you with the tools, activities and resources you need to help students build positive relationships with you and with one another. This session will explore the Toolkit and the additional online lessons available to support your students’ social emotional development this school year.
Attendees will receive:
- 1 hour PD certificate for technology integration
- Your Classroom Culture Toolkit, complete with lessons, activities and relevant articles
- Access to digital resources and ongoing training and support
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