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Safe Learning Environment through Inside the School publication

Safe Learning Environments

Learn how to use technology to teach in the classroom

 

CD/Transcript CoverWhen students enter the classroom, it’s the teacher who is in control. The teacher selects the learning objective, the teacher chooses the materials, and the teacher develops learning activities to match the objectives.

Students sit in rows, fill out worksheets, and take standardized tests. Or they resist and at best become disengaged, or at worst cause others to become disengaged.

We ask students: How much have you learned?

But, really, we should be asking: How may I serve you?

Educators are often uncomfortable with the shift from a teacher-centered classroom to a student-centered one. Subconsciously, they are reluctant to give up their teacher power, teacher control, and teacher authority.

The best learning environment is one where teachers strengthen the emotional and social bonds with their students. In this kind of learning environment, students are engaged in the content and problem solving methods instead of disengaging and resisting the learning process.

Inside the School’s upcoming online seminar Safe Learning Environments will review the philosophical backbone that strengthens the strategies to employ relational teaching and learning. The seminar will discuss the power of service to one another and the possibilities of innovative and creative thinking exemplified in the classroom. 

Teachers will see immediate positive behaviors and strengthen relationships from implementing strategies explained in this seminar.


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After the presentation Safe Learning Environments participants will be able to:

  • Understand the power of balance and perspective
  • Allow for time and patience to improve teacher effectiveness and student performance
  • Improve trust with students
  • Understand how the belief systems (conditioning  and cultural heritages) play into student behaviors and performance

About the Presenter: Lori Desautels, Ph.D.
Ivory ToldsonLori Desautels, Ph.D., is a university supervisor for the Indianapolis Teaching Fellows and Teach for America programs. She is an instructor at both the undergraduate and graduate levels at Marian University in Indianapolis.  Before coming to Marian University, Lori taught emotionally handicapped students in the upper elementary grades, worked as a school counselor in Wayne Township, was a private practice counselor through the Indianapolis Counseling Center, and was a behavioral consultant for Methodist Hospital in the adolescent psychiatric unit.

Desautels graduated from Butler University with a BS in Special Education, from Indiana University with an MS in counseling, and earned her Ph.D. from The American Institute of Holistic Theology with an emphasis in early adolescence in thought formation. 

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CD: $199
Transcript: $99
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