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Psychological Safety: Virtual Class for Educators

Friday, April 21, 2023

9:00am - 10:30am

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Educating children is complex, at best.

Meeting the academic, social, behavioral, and emotional needs of each child while supporting staff feels like never-ending work. The pandemic has been a catalyst for more chaos and emotional burnout in the education environment. Developing a clear understanding of Psychological Safety, how it impacts learning, and the ways you can positively impact it will help you finish this school year off strong!

Like you, our goal is to help create environments with highly engaged staff and students who are excited to do their best work every day. We have helped schools transform their culture. From one that’s filled with anxiety, isolation, and resistance over to a more inclusive environment. One with increased staff mental well-being and high-performing grade-level teams that can collaborate and innovate together. This all results in educators who can create that same environment in their classroom for children and their parents.

Drawing on brain science and current research:

The Psychological Safety for Educators session explores the ways that our brains are always working to protect us from physical, social, and psychological harm. Learn how this translates into everyday behaviors, which then become culture. We will then take a look at how to experiment with new thinking strategies and behaviors in the classroom that translate into a culture of high engagement and learning. We will also walk through the four cascading layers of safety found in any group – belonging, learning, influencing and transforming safety.

Upon completion of this class, educators will be able to:

  • Develop a shared understanding of psychological safety. Have clarity on its importance for leadership, a positive classroom climate, and group learning.
  • Identify key leadership behaviors for fostering psychological safety for teaching staff and students.
  • Identify patterns of behavior that create barriers to psychological safety, both in classroom and school settings.
  • Create positive frames in group settings (i.e. staff meetings, classrooms) for group learning and psychological safety.


How might barriers to learning be hiding in your school’s environment?

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