Leading for Equity requires courage. This two-part series will provide participants skills to engage in difficult conversations and self-reflection to develop trusting relationships based on vulnerability and empathy. Dare to Lead is an empirically based courage building program designed to be facilitated by organizational development professionals. The program focuses on developing courage-building skills through trainings to help individuals, teams, and organizations move from armored leadership to daring leadership. Click here to register for the workshop..
A brief introduction to suicide prevention. This presentation will cover what we know about this leading cause of death, the most up-to-date research on prevention, and what we can all do to fight suicide.
Due to the recent power outage, the October 29th No Bully session will be held on November 13th. One additional session will be added following the March 19, 2020 session. Spanish translation will be provided for all sessions.
The November 13th session will focus on:
- An overview of the No Bully Program
- How to Support and Guide Children at Home
- How to Build Supportive and Collaborative Partnerships with School
This workshop is the second in this series focusing on innovative ELD strategies for teaching and learning. Click here to register for the workshop.
This is a one-day workshop focusing on providing strategies and skills for educators to safely respond to various levels of risk behavior while balancing the responsibilities of care.
Courageous Conversation - Beyond Diversity, is a powerful, personally transforming, two-day seminar that helps leaders, employees, and organizations understand the impact of race on their lives and their work. All are urged to attend. Call MCOE Education Services at 415-499-5870 to register.
The Content, Literacy, Inquiry, and Citizenship (CLIC) Project. Designed for K-12 Social Studies Teachers, Instructional Coaches, and Administrators - this is an exciting opportunity to participate in the shifts from the History-Social Science Framework.
Part two of this four-part series in titled: Building Vocabulary and will be held on December 3, 2019.
Presented by Charlie Appelstein, Author of No Such Thing as a Bad Kid. Designed for Child and youth care workers, regular and special education educators, social workers, therapists, foster parents and staff, professionals guiding youth and families, and district and site administrators. This workshop will explore understanding and responding to children with emotional and behavioral challenges using a positive, trauma-informed, strength-based approach. Click here to register for the workshop.