Saturday, October 15, 2016
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
The Advent School’s SMART Lab at 99 W Cedar St., Boston, MA 02114
Learn how Advent teachers use the Reggio Emilia approach to engage students in social justice issues. Through presentations and hands-on workshops, teachers will share their experiences to explore identity, build community, and inspire children to take action in their world.
*Discounts available for groups (2+ people), NAREA members, and teachers in the Boston Public School system. Contact Abigail Grenon, Director of Advancement, for discount information. Breakfast and lunch are included included in the cost of attendance.
Abigail Hayhurst, Director of Advancement
(617) 742-0520 x 54
Lecia Brooks is the Outreach Director at the Southern Poverty Law Center. Their Teaching Tolerance project provides educators with the resources they need to promote equality, inclusivity, and equity in the classroom.
Take a deep dive into the important social justice issues facing society today. Engage in a conversation about what has surfaced in the U.S. as a result of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Exploring Identity & Gender Stereotypes Through Fairy Tales in Kindergarten
Splashematics!: Perspective Taking, Measurement & Emergent Curriculum in Second Grade
Nurturing the Body, Mind & Heart of Children Through the Practice of Yoga and Meditation
Use art to express ideas
Click here to download the Advent Collaborative flyer (PDF) to print and share at your school.