Due to the snow storm that has passed through, Jack Barrack Hebrew is closed for Thursday. We will meet at the Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue, in the Gladwyne Room: 4200 City Avenue, 19131. Our session will begin at 4pm instead of 3:00pm.
Member Schools: $225
Registration includes dinner Thursday and lunch Friday.
As educators, we know that the feeling of belonging is critical to our students’ success. A sense of belonging to one’s school community builds on self-esteem, self-advocacy, and the ability to reflect on future possible selves, a key component to the pursuit of personal goals. Research shows that implicit bias, racial anxiety, stereotype threat, and microaggressions impact everyday relationships, decisions, skills, and behaviors in schools, creating obstacles to belonging. This interactive workshop will present the research on implicit bias, racial anxiety, stereotype threat, and microaggressions and possible interventions to mitigate the cumulative effects of these phenomenon.
This event will be experiential and engaging, weaving presentations and discussions with activities. Participants can expect to learn effective strategies and tools to take back to school on Monday. All are welcome to attend, though particular focus will be on middle and upper school (see more information on our similar event for early education here).
Brief definitions of the terminology mentioned above:
Implicit Bias = embedded stereotypes that heavily influence decision-making
Racial Anxiety = distance, lack of eye contact, less friendly tone
Stereotype Threat = fear of confirming a stereotype that one’s group is less able to perform
Microaggressions = daily verbal & behavioral indignities that communicate hostility or negate
Dr. Sandra (Chap) Chapman
Director of Equity & Community at Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School
Professor Rachel Godsil
Co-founder and Director of Research, Perception Institute
3pm - Sessions
6pm - Dinner
7pm - Sessions
8:30pm - End of Day
8:30am - Sessions
noon - Lunch
1pm - Sessions
3pm - Depart
Dinner will be served Thursday, coffee Friday morning, and lunch Friday at noon.
Travel / Accommodations
Jack Barrack is located about 20 miles north of the Philadelphia Airport.
Public transportation is available via the Airport Line, then the Paoli/Thorndale Line Trains. from the Bryn Mawr train stop, it is a 0.7 mile walk to campus.
Barrack recommends two hotels in the area:
The Radnor Hotel (3 miles away)
Note: CSEE has a block of rooms reserved at The Radnor for $99 per night. Please call to make reservations and note that you are with CSEE: 610.688.5800. This rate will be available until January 12, 2017.
The Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue (6 miles away)
Please see CSEE's Event Policy to learn more about cancellations and refunds.