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Led by Tricia Taylor of TailoredPractice on behalf of the NSTA.

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Key strategies to promote connection, equity and positive self-concept in the classroom.

This training combines 2 X 1.5 hour remote sessions (13.5.21 and 10.6.21, 3.45 - 5.15 pm )

Despite our best intentions as educators, we have blind spots that create barriers to students’ sense of belonging and positive self-concept. It’s imperative for us to explore and address how these blind spots play out in the classroom, from implicit bias to stereotype threat.

These sessions will explore what the research says about their negative impact on students’ sense of self and success and how we can break down these barriers as we build more positive and productive student-teacher, peer-to-peer relationships and culturally responsive classrooms

Based on decades of teaching and working in schools, Concrete strategies, resources, and tools used in real classrooms that educators can implement to promote students’ connection, confidence and self-concept will be shared. We must be proactive in our approach to ensure that all children are seen.

Key takeaways:

● What educators need to know about the importance of positive relationships

● The negative impact of bias on students' self-concept and sense of belonging

● Strategies to use in the classroom to support connection, positive self-concept and academic success

Suitable for all teachers

Cost: £80.00*

*This is non-refundable unless the event is cancelled by the provider - North Somerset Teaching Allliance (NSTA)

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