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 Export to Your Calendar 3/3/2021 to 3/17/2021
When: March 3, 10, 17, 2021
3:00 - 4:00pm EST / 12 - 1:00pm PST
Where: Online Event via Zoom
United States

Online registration is available until: 3/3/2021
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$125 for three classes


$250 for three classes



This workshop will take you through two educators' journey to promote the concept of Dignity to their community including lessons learned and how to get leadership support. The goal of the program, which includes both a student and adult experience, is to increase inclusive language, and support equity and inclusion through an experiential and scientific approach. Students, educators, and leaders will learn to increase their empathic skills, learn more about restorative practices, and also have the opportunity to engage meaningfully in challenging conversations as we build a stronger community of dignity agents.





Hadley Zeavin is the Director of Service Learning and Experiential Education at La Jolla Country Day School in La Jolla, CA. Hadley works in the Lower, Middle and Upper Schools and is also the co-advisor for the Torrey Equestrian Team and co-advisor for the school’s Spectrum Club (GSA). A sociology and women’s and gender studies major at Vanderbilt University (B.A.) and sport and exercise management graduate of the Ohio State University (M.A.), Hadley spent time working in college and professional athletics before transitioning into a career in independent schools. Hadley’s work focuses on building empathy and relationships and using those skills to contribute to communities. It is her belief that through empathy and inclusivity, we can build stronger, more resilient schools and communities. 






Michelle Hirschy has been a school counselor for the last 11 years. With certifications and experience in New York, Colorado, and California, she has a wide breadth of experience in working with adolescents and families during the joyful and often turbulent years of high school. Her passion is working with teenagers through the inevitable ups and downs of adolescence and ensuring that they always have a compassionate ear in which to turn when they need it.


Michelle is a strong believer in mental health literacy and preventative efforts, and as a member of the La Jolla Country Day School’s Wellness Team, is working to develop an innovative pre-K-12 framework to support mental wellness alongside their partner, Rady Children’s Hospital.





Online Course Format

CSEE online courses are done on Zoom, and include a mix of presentation and group discussion. Participants with computer cameras can share their faces if they wish to enhance the personal experience. The evening before the event, CSEE will send the link to log into the meeting.



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