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Thursday, February 27 • 10:30am - 11:30am
Culture Vulture(s) - A Sustainable and Healthy School Culture Requires Nourishing Practices

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School culture plays a large, subtle, and overt role in the way we achieve our work as leaders, educators, and teachers. It is often vague, ethereal, and hard to quantify. Often the role of administrators in terms of setting the tone of the schools cultural practices towards students, families, colleagues, and within the community. It is a layered and complex. This session will briefly look at some of the most recent research around best/worst practices of school cultures and how everyone plays a role in helping to shape and build the culture of a school. If you are a leader, visionary, macro view thinker, then this session will help you to learn, consider, reflect and develop some ideas and practices you can take back into your learning communities to improve the learning experiences and outcomes for all humans in your buildings.

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Daniel Filiatreault

Daniel has been volunteering and working with children and youth since he was 15 years old through summer camps and various youth ministry roles. Daniel has held the positions of Program Staff, Program Director and Camp Director at Camp Encounter. Daniel spent 5 years as a Youth Minister... Read More →

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