During this year’s National Migration Week, I join with my fellow Catholics and others of good will across the United States in urging Congress to enact legislation that would promote the full integration of Dreamers before the 117th Congress ends. Dreamers are among those living on the existential peripheries of our society, but the common […]
With ever-changing discipline laws and regulations coupled with a return to in-person learning, the alternative discipline framework from Don’t Suspend Me! will help guide educators with a true restorative, approach and help them avoid reverting to traditional, exclusionary discipline practices. Educators will learn the why, what and how of alternative discipline. Registration price: $199 per […]
This webinar will explore best practices around feedback and how it can best be utilized to impact student learning. Participants will learns do's and don'ts of effective feedback; how feedback can develop assessment capable learners; and tools for using feedback as part of teaching and learning. REGISTER NOW
Presented by John Almarode, Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey This webinar will explore best practices around feedback and how it can best be utilized to impact student learning. Participants will learns do's and don'ts of effective feedback; how feedback can develop assessment capable learners; and tools for using feedback as part of teaching and learning. REGISTER
Rules without relationships = Rebellion;Relationships without rules = Chaos but Relationships + Rules = Results. The key to learning and achievement for every student is to create a safe, positive and engaging environment In this session, we will learn how to proactively set up the classroom for success, how to engage and re-engage students during […]
Engage your community in dialogue The 8-part video series and discussion guide were prepared for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati for use by organizations in a 4-part workshop. The videos feature presentations by scholars and professionals at the University of Dayton. The series begins with a macro global and historical examination of race and racism, and progresses to a […]
We all know how divided our society (and – even more tragically – our Church) has become. We’ve become so entrenched in our political identities that we’ve lost sight of who we are, especially who we are as sisters and brothers in Christ. In an attempt to heal ourselves and our community from these dehumanizing […]
Mass at 8:00 a.m. every Saturday at Holy Name Church on Auburn Avenue, followed by prayer vigil in front of Planned Parenthood. For more info, contact John Wendeln at 513-218-1938.