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PACEs Connection Cooperative of Communities

Cooperative of Communities Learning Sessions

 

PACEs Connection communities professional learning sessions will begin tomorrow for the second quarter of 2022.  These courses will be facilitated by PACES Connection staff and will be a combination of sharing, learning by example, exploration with your fellow community members, consensus building, brainstorming, and collaboration with a focus for each individual session.  Registration for these sessions are now open!

REMINDER:  You can send this opportunities to anyone in your full network!


When: April 6th, 10 am-1:30 pm PT (includes a 30 min lunch break)
Who:  ANYONE in your network!
Description: Topics Explored in Session #1
This course will be facilitated by Lara Kain and will be a combination of lecture, discussion, and collaboration. Registration will open soon.
  • Explore how exposure to trauma and adversity can affect learning and behavior and how this may show up in a school environment. Understand the concept of positive childhood experiences and how schools can increase opportunities for these to occur.
  • An introduction to the polyvagal theory, especially creating a felt sense of safety in the school environment and the importance of regulation for both students and adults.
  • How SAMHSA's six principles of trauma-informed care are applied in school settings and provide a framework for transforming school culture.
  • Examine ways in which schools can redesign themselves to be trauma-responsive and polyvagal-informed spaces for youth and adults.
  • The importance of creating a culture of collective care for school staff.
  • How to keep an equity lens front and center in the work.

Title:  Foundations of the Arts as Healing with John Dovales Flores, PACES Connection

When: April 20th, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm PT (includes a 30 min lunch break)
Who:  ANYONE in your network!
Description: In the first of an interactive four-part series, we will take a deep dive into the arts, racial equity, and multi-dimensional holistic approaches to utilizing the skills in organizational and program settings. This webinar will focus on the foundations of arts as healing and how the arts have been used as an effective healing modality globally. Participants will learn about racial trauma in the arts, culturally responsive art programming, and the latest neuroscience and research around healing arts, child development, and positive childhood experiences.
  • Foundations of arts as healing.
  • Multi-dimensional approaches in the arts.
  • Neuroscientific research on the arts as a healing modality.
  • Child development & positive childhood experiences

Topic:  PACEs in Criminal Justice with Dr. Porter Jennings-McGarity, PACES Connection

When: April 28th, 9 am-12:00 pm PT (includes a 30 min lunch break)

Details Coming SOON


Title: Creating Partnerships on the Path to a Just Society - Deepening Relationships and Commitments with Carey Sipp, PACES Connection

When: April 28th, 10 am-2:00 pm PT (includes a 30 min lunch break)
Who:  ANYONE in your network!
Description: PACEs Connection's interactive four-part series on building and maintaining strategic partnerships within our PACEs Connection communities will begin in the second quarter of 2022. Facilitated by Carey Sipp, this course combines sharing, learning by example, exploration with your fellow community members, consensus building, brainstorming, and collaboration.
  • Help initiatives realize the value of existing relationships, assess strengths and gaps, work on diversity, equity and inclusion, identify and address challenges, create the norms that will help their cross-sector group stay engaged in doing and tracking the work, continuing to include, expand, and sustain community-member involvement.

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