Values-Based Responding to Bias Incidents

Values-Based Responding to Bias Incidents

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$350 – $675

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Online event

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How do we move through bias incidents in a way that centers students who have been marginalized?

About this event

When students break rules designed to protect the learning community, these incidents are often challenging for educators—and understandably so. Any action that violates community values will leave people feeling frustrated and upset, if not downright angry and disgusted. When the incident involves an act of bias, these emotions tend to be even stronger, because they are a response to personal and historical traumas. Meanwhile, educators are expected to remain calm, professional, impartial or multipartial, and supportive. How do we move through bias incidents in a way that centers students who have been marginalized, offers a learning experience and a path back to the community for the student who committed the harm, and leaves educators feeling whole?

This two-part workshop will provide tools and strategies, rooted in evidence-based psychological science, to help educators respond to bias in values-based ways. We will examine how to support all who are involved in a bias incident—including those targeted, those who committed the act, and the rest of the community—so that everyone can move forward.

LEARNING GOALS

Participants will learn how to:

  • Notice, name, honor, and learn from their own emotions and values when responding to bias
  • Develop a plan of care for those targeted by bias, as well as the larger community
  • Use tools that promote values-based accountability for students who commit acts of bias

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE

For teachers and leaders with STUDENT LIFE responsibilities, such as principals, assistant principals, deans, DEI directors, advisors, psychologists, and social workers.

DATES

Session 1: November 3 from 9am-11am

Session 2: November 10 from 9am-11am

FORMAT

This workshop series will be held online via Zoom and may be recorded for CATDC's archives. By registering for this event you are consenting to be recorded and photographed by CATDC.

CANCELLATION POLICY

For our Virtual Intensives, refunds are available up to 14 days before the first session. Please contact us directly or make the request within Eventbrite.

Registration may be transferred to a different person up to 7 days before the first session. However refunds will not be given, and a session missed for any reason will not be refunded.

Please contact us by email as soon as you know you cannot attend a workshop and cannot transfer registration. This will allow us time to contact our waitlist and hopefully fill your spot.

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