NEW PROGRAM ALERT!
Apply for our first ever cohort-based learning opportunity, aimed to strengthen trauma-informed teaching praxis through peer exchange and support. Facilitated by Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation, each 20-person cohort will dig deep into trauma-informed teaching practices in the COVID-era classroom. Over the course of six sessions (totaling 18 hours of Professional Development), participants will walk away with tangible resources to turnkey with colleagues and in the classroom.
Program capacity has been set to 20 participants per cohort, allowing for increased peer exchange and a more individualized learning experience. Participants will be given a stipend of $150 for their time. To help us select participants for each learning community, we kindly ask that you complete a brief application by Friday, December 3, 2021. Participants will be selected and notified by Thursday, December 23, 2021.
Interested applicants may indicate their cohort schedule preference in the brief application. Each program will contain the same content and will be run twice to enable broader accessibility.
Facilitated by Mae Early and Candy Gonzalez of the Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation, each cohort will span 7 weeks and consist of 6 virtual meetings for 20 participants each. View the schedules below:
WINTER COHORT: January – February (Thursdays)
January 13, 4-7pm
January 20, 4-7pm
January 27, 4-7pm
February 3 – NO CLASS
February 10, 4-7pm
February 17, 4-7pm
February 24, 4-7pm
SPRING COHORT: May – July (Wednesdays)
May 11, 4-7pm
May 18, 4-7pm
May 25, 4-7pm
June 1 – NO CLASS
June 8, 4-7pm
June 15, 4-7pm
June 22, 4-7pm
**Cohort participants must be available for and commit to attending all six virtual sessions.
The Roundtable Cohort Learning Series has been made possible by the generosity of the New York Community Trust.