Season 3

SE 3 EP 2: Incorporating SEL and Restorative Justice Into Your Professional Practice feat. Nathan Houston
September 28, 2022x
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00:44:5330.87 MB

SE 3 EP 2: Incorporating SEL and Restorative Justice Into Your Professional Practice feat. Nathan Houston

In this episode, Nathan talks with us about his career path in Out-of-School-Time programming and how he was introduced to social emotional learning (SEL) and restorative justice. We also discuss: the importance of building relationships with students to impact program culture how to use SEL and restorative justice practices in your life to model for your students how he came up with the idea for #iAmImpact what healing circles are and the affect they've had on people in his training and so much more Guest Bio Nathan is the Founder of #iAmImpact as well as the Director of Youth Development in charge of training and Program Engagement for Mentor CA. Nathan loves facilitating workshops to help individuals become better and believes in the power of connectedness. Gallup Strengths are:  ...

SE 3 EP 1: How To Build Positive Relationships in Schools and Influential Program Culture feat. Cornelia Calliste Cooper
September 13, 2022x
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00:32:3722.45 MB

SE 3 EP 1: How To Build Positive Relationships in Schools and Influential Program Culture feat. Cornelia Calliste Cooper

Building relationships in a school setting can be tough after dealing with the side effects of the pandemic. A lot of protocols have changed in the school system. Therefore, afterschool leaders and staff have to learn how to operate in this new environment. To help with this process of restoring program culture and building relationships within the school building: we brought educator, afterschool program consultant and advocate, Cornelia Calliste Cooper, to the show.  In this episode we’ll talk about: The importance of being visible and available during the school day Knowing your role as a site coordinate/director and how it plays into the schools success plan Blending afterschool culture with the school’s core principles  And much more Guest Bio For over fifteen years, Cornelia Callist...