Parent Education Series
10.21.2020: Parent Strategies for Distance Learning
10.14.2020: Child Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic with Michal Rokach Shamay
Back by popular demand! When the Marin Elementary School IDEA Committee hosted Michal Rokach Shamay for a parent education program on Child Mental Health last spring, we found that there simply was not enough time to answer parents' many questions. Today, in addition to those same questions, we may be facing new challenges as parents.
Join us for a conversation with Michal Rokach Shamay. We will gather on Zoom to learn from her expertise, answer your questions, and support one another.
How is your family navigating the start of the new school year, amidst the many other challenges of our time? What can we do to support positive growth in our children right now? When you Sign-up, please include your specific questions so that Michal can meet the needs of our community.
Michal Rokach Shamay is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Registered Dance and Movement Therapist. She has experience treating a wide variety of psychological and emotional difficulties in adults, teenagers, and children. She is particularly interested in working with those seeking a greater sense of well-being, satisfaction in relationships, and understanding of self.
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Host by the Marin PTA Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Committee. The IDEA Committee fosters compassion for, and awareness, understanding and acceptance of, the varied array of cultures, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, genders, abilities, learning differences and socioeconomic backgrounds of our families and the broader community. We believe having a diverse community can be a strength for a school in shaping young minds to be good global citizens. Contact us at IDEACommittee@marinschoolpta.org.
2.28.2019: Parenting for Respect: How to Raise Kids to be Allies and Challenge Bullying Behavior
This engaging, interactive workshop will be co-facilitated by Dr. Amy Scharf and Susie Jordan, MPA. They will share insights on how to strengthen a culture of respect as a tool to address bullying. Amy has more than 20 years experience in educational equity and diversity leadership, including directing state and national training initiatives on cultural competence, multicultural education, bias-based harassment, racial justice, LGBTQ and gender equity, and organizational transformation. Susie is a Marin parent and has 7 years experience in multicultural programming/facilitation.
Past Parent Ed Topics and Events Sponsored by the PTA
Even in Albany? Racism and Engaged Parenting
Wednesday, December 12
Dr. A. Breeze Harper
Despite the SF Bay area's rich history of social and economic justice and diverse population, it is not untouched by racism, in particular anti-blackness in predominantly white "liberal" communities which often operates at unconscious levels and impacts parents, teachers, and most importantly, the ways in which children see themselves and treat everyone. In this workshop, Dr. A Breeze Harper, an Albany parent and national speaker and consultant on systemic racism and white supremacy, will provide an introductory talk and an interactive workshop about engaged and mindful parenting regarding racism power, and anti-Blackness.
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Imagine a World Without Hate - An Anti-Defamation League Event
· Learn easy strategies to respond to stereotypes and prejudice
· Practice skills to confront bias and discrimination in themselves and others
Race and Bias: Continuing the Conversation
Nurturing Sibling Relationships with Parenting Coach Rebecah FreelingPlease join us for a PARENT EDUCATION event at Cornell!
Are we Born Racist? How We Can Come Together to Talk to our Children about Discrimination & Inequality
Please join us for a PARENT EDUCATION event at Marin!