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Meaningful Large-Scale Gatherings, Recording

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Many schools have employed a patchwork of approaches to large scale gatherings, like Assemblies, for the last two months of our terms. Before we restart in September, now is the time to get clearer on which practices we'll carry forward. Because these gatherings are the air we breathe, we sometimes forget that they represent a tremendous investment of time. Even a 25 minute gathering for 500 students and staff represents a collective 210 hours of time spent. What is the actual purpose of this investment? How might it be leveraged towards the development of communal identity and well-being? Where do we receive feedback on these gatherings? Which practices best fit the ethos of particular schools? And what happens when our ability to physically gather is disrupted?


It's relatively easy to find resource lists of 'great things to do' in Assemblies. This workshop intends to dig more deeply into what we're actually trying to accomplish and how we might carry that intent forward in the midst of the pandemic.




Keven Fletcher currently serves as the Chaplain and Faculty Mentor at St. Michaels University School in British Columbia. He divides his time between public speaking, process facilitation, and exploring life choices with staff and students. The 1,000 strong community draws day and boarding students from five continents and over twenty-five countries. Prior to SMUS, his work focused on organizational culture, both within the corporate and non-profit communities, and particularly in the context of conflict. One of last year's CSEE Visiting Scholars, Keven recently began his first term on our Board.


Keith Driscoll has been an educator for 25 years, after completing his education degree at McGill University. Over these years, Keith has held roles as a teacher, athletic coach, department head, academic counselor and as a Vice Principal. In his 12 years at St. Michaels University School (SMUS) he has served as an Assistant Director of the Middle School, as a Boys Boarding House Director and for the last 8 years has been the Director of Residence and Student Life. Keith is passionate about developing leadership capacity in students and staff through coaching and facilitation, both as individuals and within high functioning teams. His work in this area was recognized as the recipient of the MacGregor Cup, awarded by the ROY Group as a leader in this field. Keith has contributed his expertise in this area at CAIS Conferences and at the CAIS Summer Leadership Institute. He has also led sessions for organizations and individuals across Canada and the United States.


This event took place on August 10, 2020. The recording will be available to stream until September 7, 2020.

Small group discussions were not recorded.


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