Out of School Time: Building Relationships with Students

Are you ready to embark on a journey of building lasting connections and creating a supportive community within your educational setting? Join us for an engaging workshop where we will explore the power of connectedness, discover effective ways to build relationships, understand the importance of being a champion for every child, and learn strategies for building a strong community. Through interactive discussions and practical strategies, you will gain valuable insights into fostering a sense of belonging and collaboration in your learning environment.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Connectedness: Understand the significance of connectedness in educational settings and its impact on student well-being and academic success. Explore strategies to promote connectedness among students, colleagues, and parents, fostering a supportive and inclusive learning environment.

  2. Ways to Build Relationships: Explore practical techniques and approaches to build positive relationships with students, colleagues, and parents. Learn effective communication strategies, active listening techniques, and methods for establishing trust and rapport.

  3. Every Child Needs a Champion: Discover the qualities and strategies that make an effective champion for every child's unique needs. Learn how to advocate for students, create personalized learning experiences, and support their social-emotional development.

  4. Building Community: Learn how to create a sense of community and belonging through inclusive practices and collaborative activities. Explore strategies for fostering teamwork, promoting diversity and inclusion, and creating a positive and supportive learning environment for all.


High School, Elementary, Behavior and Discipline
Online Course, Self-directed

$30.00
CPE Credits: 0.50  
Registration Closes: 8/30/2024
Starts: 10/23/2023
Ends: 8/31/2024
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