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Explorations: Building More Inclusive Schools in New Jersey with Facing History

Join us to learn how we can help you create transformational change in your school’s approach to teaching, learning, and working together. This event will be hosted in person.

August 06, 2024 | 9:00 am to 3:00 pm EDT

Teaneck, NJ

Cost:  Free
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About this event:

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Our multi-session professional learning series are designed for in-depth exploration of themes and topics that help educators strengthen their skills and competencies. Session information is included in the event details.

This event qualifies for CTLE (New York).

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Culture & Identity Democracy & Civic Engagement
Civic Education Equity Education Learning for School Leaders Social-Emotional Learning

We know that many schools and educators are committed to:

  1. Encouraging deep academic learning

  2. Meeting the social and emotional needs of adolescent learners

  3. Teaching democratic values while also fostering civic skills and knowledge

  4. Centering equity to address academic engagement and achievement

Join us for our Explorations workshop and experience Facing History's approach to professional learning, learn more about the principles behind Facing History’s programs and approach, and hear about ways we can help you meet your goals and transform your school. 

This in-person learning experience will offer resources designed to support educational leaders working to improve school culture, deepen academic engagement, and build schools where every student and every teacher feel that they belong.

“This workshop far exceeded my expectations and opened my eyes to the possibility of so much more for the students in my district.” — Explorations Participant

Workshop participants will:

  • Experience Facing History's approach to professional learning, including reflecting on their identity and practice while building positive relationships with fellow school and district leaders.
  • Explore how Facing History integrates social-emotional learning, equity, and civic education through rigorous academics to meet the needs of adolescent learners and improve student outcomes.
  • Build shared understanding with colleagues of how Facing History could help meet their school or district's goals.

What’s Included in Explorations: One-day in person workshop for school leaders. Design teams of up to 6 people are especially encouraged to join. The workshop is followed by a planning meeting with a Facing History staff member.

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