Date: October 29th, 2020
Time: 4:00 pm EST
Join us for a conversation with Caltha Crowe the author of How to Bullyproof Your Classroom. During this webinar we will discuss:
- What bullying is and how to spot it in all types of learning environments-virtual, in-person, and hybrid
- Why bullying issues are important now more than ever
- How to create inclusive learning spaces to prevent bullying from taking hold
This Q&A style webinar, facilitated by Karen Poplawski, Responsive Classroom Program Director will offer a chance to hear from an expert in the field about this important topic.
Caltha Crowe travels around the country, teaching Responsive Classroom courses and visiting schools to support implementation of the approach. During her 38-year teaching career, she taught a range of elementary grades and preschool in a variety of settings, including urban New Haven, Connecticut, as well as suburban schools in Winnetka, Illinois; Glencoe, Illinois; Hamden, Connecticut; and Westport, Connecticut. Caltha has spent many years involved with a variety of educator support programs including Connecticut’s Beginning Educator Support and Training (BEST) program and Westport’s Resource Teacher program. She is the author of Solving Thorny Behavior Problems, Sammy and His Behavior Problem, and How to Bullyproof Your Classroom, all published by Center for Responsive Schools.
Caltha has a BA from Smith College, a master’s degree in early childhood education from Goddard College, and a master’s degree in educational leadership from Bank Street College of Education. She lives in Estes Park, Colorado, and enjoys hiking, climbing, spending time in the outdoors, and being with family and friends.
Karen Poplawski is a Responsive Classroom program developer and consultant for Center for Responsive Schools (CRS). Prior to joining CRS full-time, Karen spent seven years as a principal and 10 years as a classroom teacher in grades K, 1, and 4. Her professional experiences have afforded her the opportunity to utilize Responsive Classroom techniques and practices to both inform her own classroom and help transform the two schools for which she was the founding principal.