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Conducting Circles Virtually: Restorative Work in Uncertain Times
This interactive webinar presented by Dr. Jo Ann Freiberg will be devoted to providing educators with the tips and tools to be able to conduct circles in classrooms (face-to-face, hybrid or totally virtual). Educators who have been successfully conducting circles prior to the Covid-19 pandemic want to know how to conduct circles in this “new normal.” Educators who want to prioritize SEL, will want to know how to conduct circles even if they haven’t previously been doing so because focusing on building high quality relationships and community is more important now that ever.


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Jan 25, 2021 09:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Dr. Jo Ann Freiberg
Co-Founder and Education Consultant @School Climate Consultants, LLC
Jo Ann holds a Ph.D. in philosophy of education from Ohio State University, and her areas of academic teaching and research include moral and character education, educational studies, professional ethics and multicultural education. She currently serves as Co-Chair of the National School Climate Council and is on the Connecticut statewide task force on Sportsmanship. She has served on the statewide task force on bullying, and serves as an educational consultant in a variety of settings both in Connecticut and nationally. Jo Ann provides a wide range of professional development and educational content to many groups and organizations throughout the country about issues including those above as well as general violence prevention, professional ethics and related subjects in the school, family and community partnership arena.
Patricia A. Ciccone, C.A.G.S., L.P.C.
Co-founder and Education Consultant @School Climate Consultants, LLC
Patricia A. Ciccone, Retired Superintendent in CT school districts is an experienced educator and administrator. She is also the founding partner of School Climate Consultants, LLC, which is dedicated to assisting schools, districts and community based organizations in creating safe and productive learning environments. Named by Education Week in their inaugural February 2013 edition as a “leader to learn from,” for school climate improvement, she retired as Superintendent of Schools for the Connecticut Technical High School System. More recently, she was named by Education Week as one of 18 women educators internationally that all K – 12 Educators should know. She currently serves on the CT Legislature’s School Climate Advisory Committee, is a member of the leadership team of the National School Climate Council, is on the faculty of the Leadership Academy for Character Education (L.A.C.E.) at the University of MO, St. Louis.