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Culturally Responsive Strategies 2018-2019 (CRS3 & CRS4)

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Shoreline Conference Center - Shoreline Room

18560 1st Ave NE

Shoreline, WA 98055

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This training is comprised of two three-hour sessions intended to help educators reflect on their practice as culturally responsive professionals to increase effectiveness across differences among their students and families. It is intended for any educator (including office staff, before and after school caregivers, ESP, etc.) interested in creating a new culture of equity and cultural responsiveness in their school community. Prior attendance of CRS1 and CRS2 is not required to attend.

CRS3: Culturally Responsive Classroom Interactions (3 hrs)

This training helps educators explore culturally responsive classroom interaction practices to ensure that students experience a positive, consistent, safe and equitable classroom. Participants will learn to facilitate classroom interactions that appropriately integrate their students’ culture and family backgrounds.

Objectives:

  • Apply core practices for developing culturally responsive classroom interactions.

  • Identify strategies for building social relationships between students and families.

  • Develop ideas for communicating in culturally responsive ways.

  • Find ways to respond to student needs through facilitating student focus groups.

  • Investigate cultural assumptions, views, and beliefs to understand how one’s own cultural histories and biases may affect work with students from culturally, linguistically and socio-economically diverse backgrounds.

  • Learn to use provided resources and materials to support culturally responsive classrooms.


CRS4: Culturally Responsive Classroom Behavior Interventions (3 hrs)

This training helps educators integrate culturally responsive behavior interventions practices into their classroom. Participants build on concepts from earlier courses in the Culturally Responsive Strategies series to learn to implement behavior intervention strategies that respect all students.

Objectives:

  • Investigate ways to promote positive classroom and social behavior development.

  • Identify strategies for implementing culturally responsive behavior interventions that address the underlying causes and functions of behavior.

  • Adapt core principles of culturally responsive behavior intervention to meet the specific the needs of students.

General Information:

  • This training is only open to educators of the WEA-Cascade UniServ Council in the Northshore, Shoreline, and Edmonds school districts who are WEA members.

  • Please make sure to sign in when you arrive.

  • Pastries, fruit, and coffee will be served in the morning; lunch will be served between 12:00-12:30. Vegetarian and gluten free options are available; please make your selection at registration.

  • A Certificate of Completion will be available at the end of the training. Clock hours will be provided.

  • The training will be held in the Shoreline Room at Shoreline Conference Center. We will make every effort to ensure the room is comfortable but we can’t always control the temperature, so please plan accordingly.

  • If you have any special needs that are not addressed during registration, please contact Chenoa Gray-Brewer at 425-486-7101 x101 or cgray@washingtonea.org.


**Cancellation/No Show Policy:

There will be no refunds for no shows and/or cancellations within one week of the event. Cancellations on or before 1/26/19 will receive a full refund.

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Shoreline Conference Center - Shoreline Room

18560 1st Ave NE

Shoreline, WA 98055

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Refunds up to 7 days before event

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