Character, Climate and Culture: Myths, Challenges and Opportunities
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018 6:00–7:30 p.m.
Alverno College Bucyrus Conference Center
Educators know the importance of providing a nurturing climate and culture in their schools and classrooms to promote learning and student success. What framework can they use to influence a change in their schools? In this forum, we will engage a panel of experts from various school systems (public, charter, and higher education) in identifying and discussing the challenges and opportunities of implementing character education in K-12 settings. They will help us see the impact that character education has on school climate and culture and in the wider community. Strategies and resources will be shared via an interactive dialogue among forum participants.
- Mora Anderson, PhD, Executive Director, Capitol West Academy
- Nancy Athanasiou, EdD, Professor of Education, Alverno College
- Bevin Christie, Director of Career Readiness and Community Engagement, Carmen Schools of Science and Technology
- Kathleen Dimmer, Band and Music Teacher, Brown Deer Middle/High School
Patricia Luebke, PhD, Dean of the School of Professional Studies, Alverno College
The Alverno Forum series is free and open to the public.
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