Monday, October 12th — Lessons from New Orleans: A conversation with Education Activist Karran Harper Royal
Monthly TAG-Boston Gatherings are open to ALL and will be the 2nd Sunday of the month (bumped a week on holidays/long-weekends). Please mark your calendars for the dates this school year: Oct 4, Nov 8, Dec 13, Jan 10, Feb 7, March 13, April 10, May 15, June 12
October TAG Restorative Gathering, Sunday, Oct 4th 1:30-3:30pm
at Arnold Arboretum’s Rose Garden, next to the ponds, between the Hunnewell and Forest Hills entrances
Rain location: 13 Orchard Street, Jamaica Plain MA 02130
1:45-2 Introductions: Name, School/Affiliation, A Joy or Concern
2-2:10 Words of Inspiration
2:10-2:30 Walk + Talk: Paired listening around what’s up in your thinking about the work/education
2:30-2:40 Individual Writing/Reflection
2:45 – 3pm Announcements & Campaign Updates from the Field
3-3:10 Closing Gratitude/Appreciations
3:10-3:30 Reflection on our new structure (plus/delta) & Logistics for next month
Please RSVP here:
Download the flier to pass on to friends and colleagues: TAG BBQ
Saturday May 30th, 2015
8:30 – 5:00
Location: The Curley School
493 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
8:30 Registration, Coffee & Welcome
9:00 Opening Performance with La Piñata
9:45 Workshop Session 1
11:00 Workshop Session 2
12:00 Lunch in Cafeteria
12:45 Community Panel Discussion in Auditorium
2:00 Final performance with Genki Spark
2:30-5:00 Youth-led Forum on PARCC
More info at besj.weebly.com
Hey there fabulous educators and rad humans,
TAG Boston hopes to see YOU at our awesome inquiry groups launch on Saturday February 7th! If you’ve been spending your snow days hoping to have deep and meaningful conversations about education practice and policy… or if you just want to hang out with some cool people and drink punch, join us!
Here’s what you can expect:
2. Small group inquiry discussions designed around elementary education, special education, social studies education, and more!
3. A chance to build community with folks who are doing similar work to what you’re doing. Connection = awesome.
RSVP here! Details below in living color.
For more information visit besj.weebly.com
Download the flier and help us promote the event!
With presentations and commentary by:
Barbara Fields, Black Educators Alliance of Massachusetts
Cliff Chuang, Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Charter Schools and School Redesign
Dan French, Executive Director of the Center for Collaborative Education
Betsy Drinan, Lead Teacher, BTU Pilot School