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This workshop will provide you with a game plan, proven strategies, and resources to build an ethical community at your school, including a discussion framework for use with community stakeholders, case studies, advisory plans, and topic suggestions for parent chats.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/13/2017
When: Monday, November 13, 2017
9:00am-4:00pm
Where: Kent Place School
42 Norwood Ave
Summit, New Jersey  07902
United States


Online registration is available until: 11/7/2017
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Registration

Early Bird, Member Schools:
First registrant: $100    Additional registrants from same school: $70

Early Bird, Non-Members:
First registrant: $150    Additional registrants from same school: $120

After November 3, registration will be $125 for members and $175 for non-members.

 

About

How do you build an ethical community in your school? What would that even look like? Developing ethical leaders for the 21st century takes much more than simply teaching about ethics; the entire community must be engaged in doing ethics!

Learn how to incorporate a values-based ethical decision-making framework into the very fiber of your school by involving all of the community stakeholders: students, parents, faculty, and administration. This workshop will provide you with a game plan, proven strategies, and resources to build an ethical community at your school, including a discussion framework for use with community stakeholders, case studies, advisory plans, and topic suggestions for parent chats.



Presenters

Karen Rezach

Dr. Karen Rezach is the Director of The Ethics Institute at Kent Place School. She has been teaching and facilitating workshops on ethics for the last ten years. Her doctoral research, “Spiritual Leadership as a Model of Effective Leadership in Independent School,” explores the ways that educators can bring values and moral awareness in non-religious ways into a variety of school settings. She has an M.Div. from Yale University, an Ed.D. from Seton Hall University and is an ordained Episcopal priest. Dr. Rezach has 23 years of experience as an independent school administrator, including Director of the Middle School at Kent Place and Assistant Head of School at St. Phillip’s in Newark, New Jersey.

 

Eva Lazar

Dr. Eva Lazar, Program Coordinator of The Ethics Institute at Kent Place School, has been working in the field of education for over 22 years.  Dr. Lazar has 14 years experience as a school psychologist and school administrator in Jewish day schools, where she developed a variety of character education and ethics based programs and workshops for students, faculty and parents. She has a master’s degree in preschool psychology, as well as a PhD in psychology from Fordham University. Dr. Lazar completed the accelerated school leadership program, NJ EXCEL. She is a NJ certified school psychologist, educational supervisor and K-12 principal, as well as a licensed psychologist.

 

 

 

Travel / Accommodations

Kent Place School is located 14 miles (20 minutes) from the Newark Airport. For directions, please visit Kent Place's website

There are a few hotels in the area:

The Grand Summit (~$160, 0.5 miles away)

Summit Debary Inn (~$140, 0.7 miles away)

Best Western Plus, Murray Hill (~$120, 3.4 miles away)

Hilton Short Hills (~$270, 2.4 miles away)

 

 

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