Sharpen Your Ability to See Educational Inequities And Have Conversations That Change Practice
You want your school or organization to be an equitable place of learning, but you recognize that there are many obstacles to address. You see inequitable practices, you hear people expressing problematic beliefs, and you recognize the broader systemic challenges. You wonder, "Where to start?"
This workshop provides you with the essential knowledge to recognize educational inequities, with the language to name and describe those inequities, and with the skills to have the conversations to interrupt those inequities. Building off of Elena Aguilar's best-selling book, Coaching for Equity. You'll receive additional tools and resources to help you plan for and have conversations that result in behavior and belief change.
What You'll Learn
1. How to plan for an equity-focused conversation
2. What to say to compassionately and directly interrupt inequities
3. How to navigate your own emotions when coaching for equity
4. How to explore and shift inequitable beliefs in coaching conversations
5. New ways to build your resilience while deepening your commitment to creating equitable schools
6. Historical context for educational inequities
Dates and Times
Tuesday, February 27, 2024-Thursday, February 29, 2024
Block 1: 8 am-10 am PT (10 am-12 pm CT/11 am-1 pm ET)
Block 2: 11 am-1 pm PT (1 pm-3 pm CT/2 pm-4 pm ET)
How You'll Spend Your Time
Self-Paced Prework - 4-6 hours minimum
Prior to your workshop sessions, your learning begins with a self-paced exploration of foundational knowledge and tools found in Coaching for Equity. You will also engage in a set of curated activities from The Art of Coaching Workbook.
Live Learning - 6 learning blocks, 12 hours total over 3 days
This workshop is a 3-day learning experience, each day consisting of two 2-hour learning blocks with an hour break in between. You will come together with a Bright Morning facilitator in community to process your learning, explore your identity, build context for systems of oppression, and engage in small group discussion and coaching practice. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) participants will have the option of BIPOC affinity breakout groups.
This workshop is highly interactive, allowing you the ability to quickly build skills and synthesize learning through role-play practice, and discussion.
✨ Do you want to be coached by a Bright Morning presenter? Volunteers always share that the coaching demo is the highlight of the learning experience! If you're interested in role-playing as a coachee during a live workshop, please email [email protected], and we'll be in touch with the next steps!
What Else You Need to Know
All participants must have their own copies of Coaching for Equity and The Art of Coaching Workbook (not included in the registration fee). The books are required for the prework and session.
The virtual engagement takes place on Zoom and requires Zoom (5.12.2 or higher)* and a computer. If you have access needs or accommodation requests, please email [email protected]. We will do our best to meet accessibility needs.
*Currently Zoom does not allow for auto-captioning in breakout rooms, which we frequently use in workshops. Please let us know if you require captioning in all spaces to access learning.
Groups of 6-29 paying together*: $795
Do you have a group of 30 or more? Contact us for custom pricing.
*To register a large group, pay by invoice, or pay by purchase order, please complete this form. Scroll down to the "How to Register" section for more details.
The workshop will be recorded in the event you cannot make a session or if you would like to rewatch it at a later time. Participants have access to content for 30 days after the last session to help supplement learning.
Accommodating Participants with Disabilities
Bright Morning strives to provide universal access to all of our events. Please contact [email protected] as soon as possible to request disability accommodations.
Advanced notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs. A full refund will be issued, and the registration will be canceled without penalty if we are unable to provide satisfactory accommodations. You can learn more by visiting our Accessibility Services page.
10 or more days prior to the event – Full refund
Less than 10 days prior to the event – No refund
A missed learning experience is non-refundable and non-transferable. For more details about our cancelation policy and transfers, visit our FAQ page.
In the rare event that Bright Morning does not receive enough interest in this offering to host it as scheduled, we will provide an alternative learning pathway for all registrants or honor refunds for those who cannot join the alternate experience.
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