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Saturday, November 16 • 9:45am - 10:45am
Meeting Students Where They Are: Wellness, Relationships, and Recognizing our Sense of Place

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This session uses the journey of the Outdoor Education program at Chadwick International as a vehicle for developing a sense of place in South Korea. By recognizing our local context, and through a toolkit of trauma-informed care strategies, educators can build deeper relationships among and between students, teachers, and school leaders. Through this practice, schools can better balance the cultural perspectives of stakeholders, school systems and the South Korean context.

Session Objectives:

1. Recognize South Korea as our local educational context for developing students' sense of place.
2. Offer participants a set of tools to enhance cultural exchanges and relationship building.

Presenters
avatar for Stuart Slay

Stuart Slay

Leadership / Administration
Stuart Slay has been with Chadwick International’s Outdoor Education program since its inception in 2012. Currently serving as the Outdoor Education Program Director, Stuart has been instrumental in developing an accredited program that awakens students to the wonders of the wilderness... Read More →
avatar for JiHo Lee

JiHo Lee

Leadership / Administration
JiHo is the Outdoor Education Program Development Coordinator at Chadwick International School.


Saturday November 16, 2019 9:45am - 10:45am
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