With classroom disruptions at an all-time high and the need for emotional and academic support increasing every year, schools need to rethink how to create learning environments that are compassionate, firm, and fair.

This nuts and bolts workshop will help you:

  • Establish clear expectations with and for students.
  • Use data to track issues.
  • Implement restorative practices to build community,.
  • Design appropriate learning consequences for disruptors.

You will walk away with practical, concrete ideas for building an equitable, safe, and engaging school community.

This workshop is for teachers, teacher educators, deans, department and division heads, and anyone else who oversees academic achievement and student life.

We encourage you to register a group to allow for deeper discussion within your school.

Dates & Venues

Tuesday, August 13, 2024
1:00 – 2:30 PM
This workshop will be presented virtually via Zoom.

Register 

Attendees Member Pricing Non-Member Pricing
1 – 3 $85/pp $185/pp
4 –  9 (Save 10%) $75/pp $175/pp
10 –  19
(Save 20%)
$65/pp $165/pp

 

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If you have any questions or accessibility needs, please contact us at info@aisne.org.

About the Facilitators

Joshua Wolf | The Park School of Baltimore (Baltimore, MD)

Joshua Wolf has been an educator at The Park School of Baltimore for 30 years, where he has taught Spanish, served as the Modern Language Department Chair, coached boys varsity basketball, and since 2011 has served as the middle school principal. Josh received his undergraduate degree in English from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Columbia University, where he focused on teachers’ receptivity to feedback. He has been published in Baltimore’s Child Magazine and The Baltimore Sun. When not at school, Josh bikes, hikes, journals, makes short films, and enjoys time with his family.

 

Shrijana Puri | The Park School of Baltimore (Baltimore, MD)

Shrijana is Dean of Students for the Middle School. Most recently, Shrijana taught Social Studies in Middle School, and has served as the Director of the Park Camps. She has participated in various aspects of school life, including diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, the Admission Committee, Advoc8, and AAA (Affinity, Alliance, and Advocacy). Shrijana earned a B.A. in Political Science at Washington College, an M.A. in International Development and Education from University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, and is completing an M.A. in Educational Studies from Johns Hopkins University.

 


Cancellation Policy

Cancellations and transfer requests must be sent via email to info@aisne.org. Cancellations received up to 10 days before the start of the event will receive a 100% refund, less a $100 administrative fee. Transfers of registrations from one person to another are permitted up to 3 business days before the start of the event, or the first event of a series of events.


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