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Join Robin Leeson from OLET for a brief introduction to our proposed “Designing for Learner Diversity” framework, and learn about one of its underpinning educational theories: Universal Design for Learning, or UDL. Robin will introduce you to the three principles UDL and how it fits into DLD, and how you can incorporate UDL into your role at NCC. This workshop is fully online and self-paced, and can be completed through Blackboard. More
Dates Dates: This workshop is entirely self-paced. Dates are for reporting attendance purposes only.
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Community is not just in our name; it has always been at the heart of what we do with students and each other. This interactive break-out session uses the Restorative Practices framework to engage in tools and strategies that promote a supportive environment by prioritizing relationships, giving voice, and focusing on what works. The more supported we feel with each other, the more support we can provide our students to improve student outcomes. More
Starts Starts: 1/24/2024 4:00 PM
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Engaging students is the goal, right? It’s just challenging when some voices are “louder” than others. This workshop focuses on setting up and running circles in our classrooms to create more equitable participation and deeper engagement with the course content. We will discuss what circles are, how they can be used, and provide a sample experience. More
Starts Starts: 2/6/2024 11:00 AM
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This workshop focuses on using Restorative Practices to run meetings that are equitable, collaborative, and productive. Engaging in Restorative Practices like the use of Fair Process principles, affective statements, and circles, you can foster trust, transparency, and creative thinking, as well as enable everyone at the table to feel heard and to participate in prioritizing, problem-solving, and moving forward. More
Starts Starts: 2/19/2024 4:00 PM
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In this interactive workshop, we will delve more deeply into the theories of how our emotions are considered in Restorative Practices and how emotions help us understand why human beings act or respond the way they do. This work is the foundation for all Restorative Practices, including affective statements and questions, and listening circles. More
Starts Starts: 2/20/2024 9:30 AM
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We all have a lot of power to influence others: family, friends, students, colleagues. Showing that we care in the form of small, informal chats or specific feedback to acknowledge hard work or desirable behavior can have a meaningful effect. This workshop is a pragmatic guide to positively impacting our connection with others by examining what we say and how we say it to create positive relationships, classroom climates, and work environments. More
Starts Starts: 3/28/2024 9:30 AM
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