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Professional Learning

Building and Maintaining a Humanized Classroom

This webinar will help teachers foster imagination and purposeful action around community, hospitality, and justice.

At a Glance

While educators know the enduring value of trusting relationships with students, building and maintaining a humanized classroom requires us to rethink our purposes, practices, and pedagogies to ensure our classrooms exist at the intersection of equity and care.

Topics

  • Classroom Management
  • Positive School Environments

Outcomes

  • Humanized Classroom
Developed by:

National Education Association

Last Updated: 08/03/2021

Details

Session Length

1 Hour

Session Format

Webinar

While educators know the enduring value of trusting relationships with students, building and maintaining a humanized classroom requires us to rethink our purposes, practices, and pedagogies to ensure our classrooms exist at the intersection of equity and care. This webinar will help teachers foster imagination and purposeful action around community, hospitality, and justice.

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