Hosted By: Project Learning Tree
Intended Audience: Educators and Students
Dates: January 13,20,27 & Feb 3
Join a virtual four-session, environmental place-based writing workshop intended for educators and writers starting January 13th. Project Learning Tree Exploring Environmental Issues: Place We Live, Secondary Environmental Education Module is the focus, supplemented by other resources. The workshop includes an environmental justice theme as a strand running throughout the workshop. This workshop is a partnership between Vermont State Parks, Maine TREE Foundation, and Plymouth State University.
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The Power of Language: How Word Choice Can Reinforce or Challenge Bias
January 27, 2021 10am-noon
Goals of this workshop are to examine the power of word choice and to practice making simple and significant shifts in our language in order to be more aware, respectful and affirming.
Cost: $25/session or $100/entire series regular rate; $15/session or $60/entire series for Vermont Afterschool members
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Hosted By: Vermont Education & Environment Network
Date: February 25, 2021 at 4:00-5:00pm
Intended Audience: Anyone interested in using gardens for education
SAVE THE DATE: MEES Conference 2021 - March 10th
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Racism and the Implications for All of Us
March 10, 2021 10am-noon
In this session, participants will locate themselves in the conversation about race and racism in the U.S., reflect on our own social positionality, and critically examine our impact on those we serve. Participants will gain an understanding of the impact of racial trauma on students of color and begin to envision what racial justice looks like in our programs and learning spaces
Talk Climate Institute
Presented By: Climate Generation
Mark your calendars, and save the date for March 23–24, 2021! We’re excited to announce next year’s Talk Climate Institute, a completely virtual two-day workshop sharing new ways to talk about climate change that inspire confidence, ignite conversations, and mobilize action. You will develop and share your own climate story through writing, reflective listening, art activities. Registration details coming soon!
Examining Three Levels of Inequity & Disruption: Personal, Cultural & Systemic
April 28, 2021 10am-noon
Goals of this workshop include deepening participants’ analysis of different levels of inequity, from personal to systemic; challenging deficit ideology and the myth of meritocracy; and identifying high-leverage action steps.
Organizational Climate and the ‘Hidden Curriculum’
June 9, 2021 10am-noon
This workshop will invite individuals to examine their own organizational climate, policy, language, visuals, accessibility, representation, inclusion, patterns of interaction, and unspoken values through an equity lens.
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