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You, Me, Us, and Community: Othering and Belonging in Schools
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Identify ways to create a community where difference is normal and value added, knowledge about difference is taught intentionally, and affirmation of all differences is practiced regularly.

 Export to Your Calendar 3/14/2019 to 3/15/2019
When: March 14-15, 2019
Thursday, 3:30pm-8pm; Friday, 8:30am-3:30pm
Where: Metairie Park Country Day School
300 Park Rd
Metairie (New Orleans), Louisiana  70005
United States


Online registration is available until: 3/12/2019
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$250 for first attendee, $225 for subsequent attendees from same school.

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This event is for middle and upper school educators.

 

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Our schools talk about teaching the whole student or instilling confidence, yet do we know about the whole cultural selves of the children and adults we serve, and are all identities affirmed? How do group identities like female, African American, Buddhist, homosexual, middle class, etc. affect experiences in our schools? What messages do we receive and send about these cultural identities? Learn the differences that result in one person having a healthy self identity and another person experiencing own-group shame and hatred. Though self discovery, affirmation of others, and collaborative work across difference, identify ways to create a community where difference is normal and value added, knowledge about difference is taught intentionally, and affirmation of all differences is practiced regularly.

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Rosetta Lee is a teacher and professional outreach specialist at Seattle Girls' School. Since 2004, Rosetta has been a diversity speaker and trainer on a variety of issues, including cross cultural communication, identity development, prejudice reduction and coalition building, gender and sexuality diversity, facilitation skills, bullying in schools, and gender bias in the classroom. She has worked with over 175 K-12 public and independent schools throughout the country, as well as a number of colleges and universities, and has served several years on the faculty of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Diversity Leadership Institute, as well as NAIS' diversity think-tank cadre, Call to Action.

 

 
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