First Presenter's Institution

Educational Empowerment Group

Second Presenter's Institution

NA

Third Presenter's Institution

NA

Fourth Presenter's Institution

NA

Fifth Presenter's Institution

NA

Location

Session 5 (Scarbrough 5)

Strand #1

Academic Achievement & School Leadership

Relevance

Have you ever heard the statements “I got mines, you better get yours” or “these type of students don’t want to learn”? Teaching students from challenging backgrounds requires a different level of intentionality. In this session, participants will learn strategies to create a culture and climate conducive to high-level learning, as well as strategies to incorporate culturally relevant instructional practices and use of restorative justice practices to build relationships with students in an effort to improve student achievement. This session is useful for school administrators, teachers, school social workers, and community practitioners.

Brief Program Description

Have you ever heard the statements “I got mines, you better get yours” or “these type of students don’t want to learn”? Teaching students from challenging backgrounds requires a different level of intentionality. In this session, participants will learn strategies to create a culture and climate conducive to high-level learning, as well as strategies to incorporate culturally relevant instructional practices and use of restorative justice practices to build relationships with students in an effort to improve student achievement. This session is useful for school administrators, teachers, school social workers, and community practitioners.

Summary

Have you ever heard the statements “I got mines, you better get yours” or “these type of students don’t want to learn”? Teaching students from challenging backgrounds requires a different level of intentionality. In this session, participants will learn strategies to create a culture and climate conducive to high-level learning, as well as strategies to incorporate culturally relevant instructional practices and use of restorative justice practices to build relationships with students in an effort to improve student achievement. This session is useful for school administrators, teachers, school social workers, and community practitioners.

Evidence

Presenter will provide.

Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

As a social worker, author, college professor, national speaker/trainer and youth engagement specialist, Patrick Phillips, facilitates change through engaging and motivating speaking engagements that leave participants motivated, inspired and equipped with skills to make a difference. With more than 10 years of experience teaching and working with families, youth and adults as an educator and consultant, Mr. Phillips uses a unique combination of evidence-based strategies and practical “real talk” to educate and empower. He is the author of several publications, including Decisions: A Young Man’s Guide to Avoiding the Traps, Change 101, and many others.

Presentation Year

2019

Start Date

3-5-2019 10:15 AM

End Date

3-5-2019 11:30 AM

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Mar 5th, 10:15 AM Mar 5th, 11:30 AM

There’s Nothing Wrong With Me…I Just Don’t Learn the Way You Teach

Session 5 (Scarbrough 5)

Have you ever heard the statements “I got mines, you better get yours” or “these type of students don’t want to learn”? Teaching students from challenging backgrounds requires a different level of intentionality. In this session, participants will learn strategies to create a culture and climate conducive to high-level learning, as well as strategies to incorporate culturally relevant instructional practices and use of restorative justice practices to build relationships with students in an effort to improve student achievement. This session is useful for school administrators, teachers, school social workers, and community practitioners.