Webinar: Developing Proactive Strategies to Improve School Climate

On-Demand Webinar

In this session, Dr. Myron Anderson and Dr. Kathryn Young, authors of Fix Your Climate: A Practical Guide to Reducing Microaggressions, Microbullying, and Bullying in the Academic Workplace, discussed strategies to get ahead of microaggressions and bullying on K-12 and college/university campuses to improve school climate.

We are pleased to bring you this on-demand webinar in collaboration with our Diversity & Inclusion partners at DiversityEdu.

Webinar Topics to Help Improve Schools Climate

  • Learn to use the 4-way implementation model to address microaggression and bullying at your schools, districts, and campuses.
  • Review your own examples of proactive strategies to improve school climate on their campuses.

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About the Presenters

Dr. Kathryn Young, Professor of Secondary Education, Metropolitan State University of Denver

  • Kathryn has served as the Faculty Fellow with the Office of Institutional Diversity at the university. And, has worked as an educator for 20+ years with the past 12 years in higher education.
  • Her research interests include Disability Studies in Education, Inclusive Education, Cultural Competence, Diversity in Higher Education, and Microaggressions in Education and in the Workplace. She has presented numerous times on the topic of microaggressions and workplace bullying.
  • Earned a BA in French Education from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, a MA in Teaching from North Carolina Central University, and a Ph.D. in Educational Policy from University of California, Berkeley.

Dr. Myron Anderson, Vice President for Inclusive Excellence, The University of Texas at San Antonio

  • Myron is responsible for building a division and integrating the Inclusive Excellence ecosystem throughout the University.
  • Using inclusive leadership as the framework paralleled with an active leadership strategy, listen, co-create, harvest, and implement, this serves as the framework to articulate a vision and implement the ecosystem designed to improve campus climate and advance Inclusive Excellence.
  • He has worked collaboratively to develop a campus-wide Inclusive Excellence Advisory Board, an interactive web portal, a university cultural intelligence professional development strategy, and the re-engineering of the faculty recruitment process.