Advanced Practitioner Series: Intentional Classroom Engagement Workbook
Engage. Connect. Challenge.
Intentional Classroom Engagement is an essential workbook to help you become proactive as you build better relationships with your students, their families, and your colleagues. You will find:
- Strategies and experiences to provoke reflection and help you develop your skills
- Assignments to build relationships and community connectedness
- Guided prompts to develop restorative competencies
- Ideas you can use whether you’re working virtually or on-site
Craig Adamson, Ph.D., CADC, shares his 25 years of experience to help you create a thriving learning community, drawing on research and practice in the fields of education, psychology, criminology, sociology, leadership, and organizational development.
“A welcome and practical guide for educators looking for that ‘go to’ resource to build community in their classroom, school, and district. It makes the case that Restorative Practices directly aligns to CASEL’s Competencies and processes for social and emotional learning (SEL).” - Pamela Randall-Garner, Ed.D., Senior Staff Advisor, CASEL: Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning, Chicago
- Craig W. Adamson, Ph.D.