Based on the NEA C.A.R.E. (Culture, Abilities, Resilience, Effort) Curriculum and broken down into three separate workshops, C.A.R.E strategies prepare educators to implement research-based approaches that maximize the value that diverse groups of students bring with them to school.
Part 3 focuses on the role of effort in learning and how educators can use a systems-based approach to implementing a culturally competent learning environment. Participants will apply learnings from all three modules of the C.A.R.E. curriculum to create a capstone project demonstrating how they will implement what they’ve learned to create practices that are culturally competent. This workshop is free to MSEA members and will allow the participants to earn 1 MSDE Continuing Professional Development Credit.
Please note: The C.A.R.E. series has three parts. Parts 1 and 2 must be completed prior to registering for Part 3.