Armed with Empathy: Creating a Classroom Climate for Collaboration - Dan Curcio
WhenSat, October 12, 1pm – 2pm
DescriptionSESSION LINK -
If the session link doesn't work for you, please copy and paste into your browser. Session Title: Armed with Empathy: Creating a Classroom Climate for Collaboration Your Name: Dan Curcio Work Title: Special Education Science Coordinator/Educator Your Library, School, or Organization Name: The Community School Name(s) of Co-Presenter(s): Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Teaneck, New Jersey United States Language in Which You Will Present: English Target Audience: Educators, Administrators, School Pyschologists K-12 Short Session Description: Sharing some strategies that have been successful in creating a positive classroom climate Session Strand (use the "tag"): classroomdesign, experiential, inquiry, science, sped Full Session Description: My career in a private special education school has brought me a diverse population of students, each with their own unique backgrounds and experiences. Their challenges and learning styles vary, but they all share a desire to belong and succeed. I have used Science as a tool to find ways for these students to recognize the potential in both themselves and in each other. Classroom collaboration allows students to develop confidence and hopefully leads to empathy. This session will explore strategies, projects, anecdotes, and technology that can encourage students to become open to a collaborative learning experience. Link to Your Session Proposal on the RSCON website (full URL with http://): <a href="" target="_blank"> Other Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: Your Bio: About Me
For the past 13 years I’ve been in charge of the science program of a special education school servicing grade 2-8 students from many NJ districts. I use science to create successes by bridging learning and fun for individuals with significant learning challenges. Email:

Views: 54

Reply to This

A Learning Revolution Project

Education Quotes & Commentary

Twitter Feed

© 2020   Created by Steve Hargadon.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service