Field Guide #1: Transitioning Back to School with a Focus on Relationships examines the ways in which the remote learning policy, (which was our most rational means of addressing both the need to deliver on-going education during a pandemic and simultaneously adhere to the quarantine protocols suddenly erected to reduce the spread of the deadly coronavirus) came at a cost. Remote education also meant disconnected human relationships.
- Develop an understanding and appreciation of the importance of human relationships in your local educational ecosystem.
- Recommit ourselves to the value of “community” in our schools.
- Identify those practices and behaviors that enhance or diminish relationships in a school building and/or a school community.
- Describe and dissect the attitudes, practices, and strategies that contribute to improved student-to-student, teacher-student, parent-and-teacher, as well as school-and-community relationships.
- Devise plans to implement more culturally-responsive relationship-building practices at your school site.
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California Association of African-American Superintendents & Administrators (CAAASA)
Professional Learning, Reports & Publications
Type of Audience
LEA Leadership, Site Administrator / Instructional Coach, Teacher
Equity, Family and Community Engagement, Social-Emotional Well-being