Becoming the Educator They Need: Strategies for Educating Black and Latino Males
-Robert Jackson (Keynote Speaker)
Black and Latino Males are the most misunderstood, suspended and expelled students in K-12 Schools in the US. It's important to understand the thought process of these young men in order to educate them more effectively. Many of these young men live in fear daily and it comes out in negative ways in their interactions at school. This interactive session will give strategies to teach educators and administrators how to become the educator these young men need including affirming them, speaking positive words, teaching them to control emotions and changing hard skills into soft skills. This session will address how young men are wired and the affects of being wired that way. Come join this fun session and learn techniques educators and administrators can use right away.
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