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Friday, December 2 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Consensus Decision Making in Schools

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The James Baldwin School was founded on a belief that teachers and administrators would make decisions together. Scaling that up as the faculty increased in number was challenging. In this workshop, participants will learn about and practice a consensus decision-making process that can help your school increase the level of participation of your staff and increase the accountability to put decisions into action. Participants will reflect on the value and challenges that come with large group consensus based decision making, explore our artifacts and protocols, and apply some of these processes towards coming to consensus around a whole school decision.

Speakers
avatar for Josh Heisler

Josh Heisler

Teacher Co-Director, The James Baldwin School
I grew up in New York City and went to public schools my entire life. I enjoy basketball, football, and baseball. I fanatically collect records, mostly 60s and 70s jazz. I am serious about coffee and I am a home brewer. And my politics are pretty left leaning.

Facilitators
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Seth Rader

teacher, The James Baldwin School


Friday December 2, 2016 1:30pm - 3:00pm
South County

Attendees (23)