Whatchu Know About RJ?

Whatchu Know About RJ?

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Welcome to Whatchu Know About RJ? Sharing Stories and Skills about Restorative Justice, a podcast of the California Conference for Equality and Justice. CCEJ is an organization dedicated to eliminating bias, bigotry and racism. This first series was recorded within a year of dialogue, reflection, and play with a team of trainers and practitioners of Restorative Justice working in schools. Restorative Justice is a paradigm and set of practices that center needs and accountability in relationships to impact culture and community. This podcast is dedicated to anyone working in schools or teams, with students or adults. Why should you listen to this podcast? We are all in relationships- where we work, where we live and with ourselves. Listen to know more- whatchu you already know- about how relationships matter. Interested to hear more? Support CCEJ at: https://www.cacej.org/makeadifference/donate/ Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CACEJ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ccejsocal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ccejlove/ Music: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/La_Inedita/Live_on_WFMUs_Transpacific_Sound_Paradise_with_Rob_Weisberg_April_4_2015/Chicha_Chicha [itunes pic]
“If they’re not trying, that means they don’t trust me” The COVID-19 Pandemic has transformed our world. Schools have been at the center of responses to the evolving pandemic as they are at the heart of many communities. The question of how schools are responding to this unprecedented historical moment is one we’ll explore in this week’s episode. Our guest, Social Science Teacher, Kori Fernandez, from Green Dot Public Schools, shares how she grows a classroom culture that empowers students by making trust the foundation of her teaching. With trust at the center, Kori reflects on how her support for students during the pandemic has in many ways not changed, and how building community is not only possible in these times, but is urgent. Kori also shares her lessons for evolving as an educator and the need to stay open to change, especially when educating Black and other youth of color.

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