Rooted Relationships: Growing Equitable Classroom Communities
The next available workshops are:
- Thursdays, January 19 – February 16 | 4-7pm (PDT) | In-person & Online
- Tuesdays, April 25 – May 23 | 4-7pm (PT) | In-person & Online
Ready to register?
You can create a classroom and school environment where students feel connected and encouraged. Imagine a room filled with young people who are engaged in learning, contribute to problem-solving, and help build their own community.
Introducing our Rooted Relationships: Growing Equitable Classroom Communities series, which brings together the most helpful and practical tools from the latest brain science research, culturally responsive teaching, trauma and attachment theory, and social emotional learning.
You can help children with the social-emotional support and skill-building that they urgently need. Gain resources and learn tools that will make an immediate difference in your classroom and school.
You will explore with us how to:
- Set-up and consistently hold effective problem-solving class meetings
- Understand behavior as communication and how you can respond to challenging behavior
- Apply a trauma-responsive lens so that you can better understand and handle classroom challenges
- Strengthen your own self-regulation and co-regulation skills
- Build an equitable learning community so that everyone knows they belong and their voice matters
This course is appropriate for teachers, administrators, counselors, paraprofessionals and youth development program providers.
Employees of Seattle, Auburn, Highline, Tukwila and Renton School Districts: $400
General Admission: $450
Clock hours are available at no additional cost through OSPI for Washington state.
If you have any questions, please see our Workshops FAQ or reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-782-1595.