February 2013 Civic Reflection for Educators Training

Summary

Are you working in education and interested in leading meaningful reflective discussions with your co-workers, students or staff? Would you like an opportunity to share voice, vision, and practice with other educators? Would you benefit from gaining hands-on experience facilitating reflective discussions -- and talking about issues related to teaching and learning in the process?

If so, please join us this February at a Civic Reflection Facilitation Training for Educators. The training is especially designed for those who work in education -- both in-classroom teachers and non-traditional educators and administrators -- and is intended to bring people from various education-related professions together.

At the workshop, you will receive:

  • Hands-on facilitation skills taught by expert trainers
  • A facilitation handbook with tips and answers to frequently asked questions
  • A copy of Taking Action, an anthology of readings and images for civic reflection
  • Potential opportunities to facilitate discussions
  • Program consultation and ongoing support planning, organizing and leading discussions
  • Continuing professional development credits (13.5 CPDU's) are available to participating Illinois teachers.

Cost: $250 includes workshop materials and meals

Location

Francis Parker School, Chicago, Illinois

Registration Deadline

Instructors

Adam Davis and Kelli Covey

Registration

To register download and complete this application and return it to yzong@civicreflection.org.