Trauma Informed Practice: Science and Strategies of Healing

Join CITY's Tim Grivois-Shah, Ed.D. and Tessa Brock for this important workshop for educators and all others who work with youth.

Traumatic stress can affect how students learn. Trauma informed practice is about creating learning psaces where all students are fed, safe and loves so that our children who have experienced trauma can achieve to their highest potential.
Participants will learn how trauma affects the brain and how children who have experienced trauma can heal.
Register today.

What would need to change for all children to attend a school equipped to break cycles of poverty and violence?

Join us on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 6:15pm for a screening of Paper Tigers, a film that follows a year in the life of six students at an alternative high school that has radically changed its approach to supporting students who have experience severe psychological trauma.

All of Tucson is invited to view the film and to stay for a powerful panel discussion after. The suggested donation for this event is $6.00.

This year's Fall Film Screening is presented in partnership with Youth on Their Own, and 50% of all donations collected will support their efforts to support homeless youth in Pima County.
Get your ticket here.
The Fall Film Screening is presented through the generous support of the Downtown Tucson Partnership, Tucson Values Teachers, and the University of Arizona College of Education.

Be skillful and confident in leading conversations about race. 

Friday, 6 September, 4:30pm to 7:00pm, Dr. Kathryn Nakagawa will lead an interactive presentation on racial literacy at the Sorting Out Race exhibit at the Arizona State Museum.

Then, on Saturday, 7 September, 8:30am to 3:30pm, Teaching Tolerance will host a workshop on creating learning environments where critical conversations on race can take place.

Registration is $49, and includes both days, reception, lunch, materials, and parking. Please note that there are two different locations for this event.

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Register for Sorting Out Race

Apply for Financial Support to Achieve National Board Certification

The AZ K12 Center, through the Arizona Teachers Academy, is recruiting 200 new teacher candidates to seek National Board Certification. Funding to support all four components as well as support to attend candidate support events is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Click here to learn more about financial support to become a National Board Certified Teacher!

Building community is about communication.

When was the last time you had a enough time to talk to an amazing colleague? What if professional learning were only about talking to amazing colleagues?

Edcamp is about showing up, speaking your truth, and listening to what our colleagues have to share. 

Join us Saturday, 14 September 2019, from 9:00am to 12:00pm.

Register for Edcamp Tucson Today!

Gender Werk!

Join Kore Press at CITY for Gender Werk! Developing Competency for Gender Inclusive Classrooms and Learning Spaces: A Professional Development Training for Educators, Community Workers, and Parents with Teré Fowler Chapman & Em Bowen

Learn more about Gender Werk!

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