Teaching Quiet Kids: Creating Temperament-Inclusive Classrooms With Heidi Kasevich
Both introverted and extroverted children benefit from a robust learning experience. Yet too often, introverts – who comprise nearly half of every classroom – are asked to act like their extroverted peers, who are more likely to enjoy group work, crowded cafeterias, and classroom discussions.
In an enlightening and interactive workshop, Heidi Kasevich, PhD, shows us that introverted children possess gifts that enhance the culture of any classroom. We will also explore the power of dynamic duos and mixed teams, as well as the communication differences that so often keep introverts and extroverts from bringing out the best in each other. The ultimate goal? To empower introverts and extroverts alike to work together to unleash the creative potential of everyone at the table.
Teaching Quiet Kids: Creating Temperament-Inclusive Classrooms, With Heidi Kasevich
Friday, March 3, 2017
9:30 am – 3:00 pm
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Drawing on Susan Cain’s original research, in addition to the work of Quiet Revolution’s Advisory Board (including Amy Cuddy, Adam Grant, and Scott Barry Kaufman), Dr. Kasevich covers a wide range of topics:
*Cutting-edge research about the ways in which personality styles shape how we communicate and make decisions
*Strategies for creating temperament-inclusive classrooms, including “time to think, deep listening, and mixed teams
*Techniques for nurturing quiet strengths and broadening definitions of leadership.
This workshop is designed for middle and upper school teachers, administrators, counselors, deans, and advisors.
As Educational Director at Quiet Revolution, Heidi Kasevich, PhD, runs the Quiet Schools Network, a nationwide program that focuses on guiding school communities to cultivate inclusive cultures where all temperaments can thrive. The creator of Quiet pedagogy, she gives lectures and workshops on quiet leadership and temperament inclusivity at schools and universities across the country. Kasevich is also the author of the Guide to Giving, a highly acclaimed philanthropy curriculum, and founder of Closing the Gap, a sought-after leadership curriculum for aspiring women leaders. Her proficiency is grounded in 25 years of experience as an educator at Nightingale-Bamford, where she also served as history department chair, Dalton, Berkeley-Carroll, NYU and Cooper Union. Committed to expanding students’ perspectives, Kasevich has served as Director of Académie de Paris, an Oxbridge Academic Program. A gcLi Alumna Scholar, she received her BA from Haverford and her MA and PhD from New York University.
Workshop Registration Fee
The registration fee is $250 and includes continental breakfast, lunch, coffee/tea and refreshments.
Location & Hotel Accommodations
The workshop will take place at the ISACS classroom at 55 West Wacker Drive, Suite 702, Chicago, IL. The location is located in the heart of Chicago, with easy access to public transportation.
Click here for directions to the ISACS classroom including driving, parking and public transportation directions. Parking is available at several area garages. To secure discounted parking prior to your arrival in Chicago, visit www.parkwhiz.com. If possible, we suggest taking public transportation.
The ISACS Professional Development team has partnered with many incredible Chicago hotels. The hotels are within walking distance of the ISACS classroom and as a member of ISACS you have access to the discounted rates all year long for your professional and personal travel. Click here to make a reservation at any of the hotels and select the option that meets your travel needs.
Questions? Please contact the ISACS office at 312-750-1190.