FACE to FACE: Talking about Critical Issues in Catholic Education
After gathering ideas and input from ACE graduates and friends at last month's virtual summit, the ACE Advocates team is coordinating a series of weekly conversations focused on critical issues impacting Catholic schools and educators.
Wednesday, August 19 - 7:00-8:00 PM Eastern
Cultivating Community in the Classroom When Distance is the Norm
ACE 19 graduate, Emily Ice, will share resources and routines to keep one of the staples of Catholic education—community—alive and well despite the challenges posed by social distancing and virtual learning. Interested participants should feel welcome to come with questions and resources of their own during the live Q and A and discussion segments. Participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit.
Wednesday, August 26 - 7:00-8:00 PM Eastern
Fostering Students' Resilience in Traumatic Times
ACE 8 graduate, Jessica Gray Werner, will discuss the importance of prioritizing students' social-emotional learning, focusing especially on how teachers might help to develop students' resiliency. Following a brief presentation, participants will have the opportunity to discuss how these strategies can be easily implemented and adapted for their own schools to help meet students where they are academically and emotionally during this difficult time. Participants will receive one hour of continuing education credit.