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APLA: Empathy.Equity.Empowerment
The Poverty Simulation/Supporting Children from Poverty in the Classroom (12/7/21)




Targeted Audience:  Assistant Principals, Dean of Instructions and Curriculum, Principals, Interns

Today, educational leaders are called upon to demonstrate a variety of skills that address demands as mandated by our country, state, city, and communities. Assistant Principals must have cutting-edge professional knowledge and skills to ensure they are invaluable assets to their principal, are able to develop and maintain effective systems, instrumental in supporting teachers in their professional growth, and with the ultimate goal of closing gaps in the education and development of all students. Region 10 ESC Administrative Services is committed to serving our Assistant Principals' needs through the Assistant Principal Leadership Academy – APLA.

Disclaimer:

The cost for Charter Schools/ISDs/Private Schools who have not purchased the Region 10 Administrative Services Package and non-Region 10 participants is $1,250.00 per person.

If you are interested in purchasing the Region 10 Administrative Service Package or need additional information, please contact Karen Barnes at 972.348.1044 or Karen.Barnes@region10.org.


Important Session Information:


The Poverty Simulation  

This workshop session is a simulation experience developed by the Missouri Association for Community Action. During the simulation, participants pretend to be members of a low-income community attempting to survive four 15-minute weeks of poverty. The simulation relies on role playing techniques and extensive props to help participants understand the day to day challenges faced by families living in poverty.

Supporting Children from Poverty in the Classroom

This workshop session will provide an overview to help individuals understand class differences when working with students from poverty.  Participants will better understand how economic class affects behaviors and mindsets, as well as be introduced to the hidden rules of economic classes. This workshop is based on the book A Framework for Understanding Poverty by Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D.

 

Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Friday, December 10, 2021

Session ID:
2637932
Credits Available:
(7.5) CPE
Seats Available:
88
Fee:
$1,250.00
Contact Person:
Phyllis Lawler
Instructor(s):
Edwina Woods
Date Time Location
12/7/2021 8:45 AM - 4:00 PM Collin, Dallas, Ellis Combined Rooms
Region 10
400 E. Spring Valley Road, Richardson, 75081-5101
Region 10 Education Service Center
 
Second Location
400 E. Spring Valley Rd.
 
904 Abrams Rd
Richardson, TX 75081-5101
 
Richardson, TX 75081
 
 
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