Cultivating Mental Wellbeing and Building Community
Old Mill Inn, Toronto, ON
February 21, 2024 | 9:00 – 4:30
Educators have a critical role to play in creating classroom communities that not only challenge racism but also build a learning environment that is explicitly anti-racist and cultivates positive mental wellbeing for all the students in their classrooms and school communities.
To support K-12 educators, this one-day in-person conference will build knowledge of practices to increase cultural competency and student wellbeing and explore how racism impacts mental health. Conference participants will develop their understanding and learn practical tools to create anti-racist classroom spaces.
- Outline the impacts of racism on Black, Indigenous, and other racialized student mental health and wellbeing
- Educate attendees on how to establish inclusive teaching practices in their classrooms and improve the well-being of the school community
- Create a space for attendees to engage in cross-cultural dialogue to foster solidarity across diverse communities
This event will be delivered in English with live translation via a cell phone headset to French. There will also be workshops delivered in French.
NOTE: Scholarships and reduced pricing are available if cost is a barrier, and bulk ticket discounts are available. Email email@example.com for more details.
For more information about our organization and our programs, please visit our website: www.harmony.ca
For questions or more information about the conference email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-669-2051.