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The Empathic Educator: Cultivating Empathy in the Post-Pandemic Classroom - December 9, 2021; 9am-1pm

The Empathic Educator: Cultivating Empathy in the Post-Pandemic Classroom

After over a year of disconnectedness due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the need to support children emotionally and socially is imperative. In this workshop, we will explore how empathy presents itself in the classroom and its significance in regards to the classroom environment and successful learning. Together, we will define empathy in an educational setting, explore the power empathy has in the classroom, generate ideas regarding empathic practices while maintaining student accountability, and understand the importance empathy has as part of our teacher-identity.

Audience: All Grades K-12 Educators
Presenter(s): Kayla Consalvo, TMI-EP Lead Consultant
Delivery Format: In-Person and Virtual/Livestream (tentative)
Location: Ramapo College of NJ
Date/Times: 9am-1pm

Cost: $159

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  • a full refund;
  • transfer to another, upcoming workshop date and location (space permitting); or
  • credit toward a future workshop. (Please note that all credits expire one (1) year from the date that they are issued.)

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  • Change your participant name displayed in Zoom (e.g. only use your first name, replace your name)
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