Restorative Talk in Your Classroom: How Teachers Can Use Accountable Talk, Protocols, Goals, and Peer and Self-Evaluation to Support Restorative Academic Talk and Social Emotional Growth.
Audience: Classroom Teachers and Administrators
Date: January 14, 20202
Presenter: Dr. Deborah Brady, Co-author of Instructional Practices That Maximize Student Achievement, of SEL in the Classroom, and SEL in the Home
Overview: Proven accountable talk, pair, group, and team methods for teaching all students can support the learning of at-risk students. When students work with others and talk through ideas, they become more engaged and improve their literacy skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening).
Learning Outcomes: This practical workshop provides examples of how to use goal setting and protocols (Save the Last Word for Me or micro-labs), accountable talk, sentence frames, proven activities such as Get the Gist, Jigsaws, and even the 7-minute Socratic in a Fish Bowl can support students’ literacy, engagement, and social-emotional (habits of work) growth. Teachers will leave with tools: rubrics, activators, summarizers, and research-based activities that they can adapt and use in their classrooms.
Participants receive a copy of Dr. Brady’s book Social-Emotional Learning in the Classroom. Participants also receive templates, protocols, rubrics, and access to a website with further classroom materials.
Member Fee & Member Guest $230 each and Non Member Fee $250 each (includes a copy of book) Team of 3 or More $215 each
Deborah Brady, Ph.D. With over thirty years in public and private education, Debby Brady co-authored three books and a monograph: Instructional Practices That Maximize Student Achievement, SEL in the Classroom, and SEL in the Home, and Developing High Performing Co-teaching Teams. Deb has served as an Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction in two districts, a college instructor of both graduate and undergraduate courses in curriculum, reading, literacy, and writing, a director of a writing center, a secondary reading coordinator, humanities and reading co-teacher, and English teacher. Deborah earned her doctorate at Lesley in educational studies where her research focused on the impact of a standards-based curriculum on teaching, learning and assessment. Her special areas of interest include curriculum development, UbD lesson and unit design, assessment and the use of data, secondary literacy across the disciplines, social-emotional learning, writing and its assessment, and developing high-performing co-teaching teams.