July 15th 2022
11:00 am - 12:30 PT / 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm ET
Join us in a caring community for a session dedicated to writing and reflecting about loss, grief, and identity as educators and as whole humans. Together, we will engage in the practice of free-writing, dispelling our inner editors and utilizing the power of the pen (or keyboard) to tap into our inner monologue, probe our social and emotional experiences around grief and support (experiences of both giving and receiving), and explore the narratives we carry, the stories that inform who we are–and who we are becoming--as educators and beyond.
This workshop will offer a nonjudgmental space for participants of all backgrounds to reflect upon experiences of individual and/or communal loss, with space to share and receive others’ stories; however, as always, self-disclosure is entirely optional.
Educators, youth organizers, student leaders, community based partners, and school administrators (Anyone looking to better understand their own loss experiences or reactions to others’ losses – and to make connections between past, present, and future self through the written word.
For more information about this workshop, please visit our website: https://schoolcrisishealing.org/learning-through-loss/