School Reopening Workshops


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Relationships, Routines, and Resilience: Reopening With the 3 R’s

The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) partnered with Turnaround for Children (a national organization focused on engaging students in a safe and supportive school culture) to offer this series of free workshops, titled “Relationships, Routines, and Resilience: Reopening With the 3 R’s.” The series is designed to help districts understand the “science of learning and development,” and apply strategies and tools that are grounded in this science.

Session 1: The Science of Learning and Development

Learn how the brain develops, how it responds to stress and trauma, and what that means for teaching and learning.

Session 2: Relationships

Explore the science behind the human relationship and the power of positive developmental relationships as the “active ingredient” in any learning environment.

Session 3: Routines

Learn practical strategies for building routines so that students can focus on learning despite all the disruptions they’ve experienced over the past year.

Session 4: Resilience

Explore self-awareness and self-regulation as foundational skills for resilience, and learn how co-regulation helps students strengthen the skills, mindsets, and habits to persevere in the face of challenges.