SCRR’s Fall 2022 Network of Practice
Resourcing our Crisis Leadership by Learning Crisis Recovery & Renewal From Each Other
November 3, 2022
11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. PT / 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. CT / 2:00 – 4:30 p.m. ET (convert to your time zone)
Online via Zoom
What have we been learning together throughout our SCRR work? As we engage in our third year of school crisis recovery & renewal learning, what does recovery and renewal mean to us?
On November 3rd, we gather for a festival of presentations, shares, growing practices, reflections, and teach-ins from SCRR program participants, faculty, and presenters, and more.
We come together as a network to offer what school crisis recovery and renewal has meant, can mean, and where we are taking the work.
What might you experience?
- Peer and practitioner reflections from SCRR programming such as Trauma Informed School Systems for School Crisis Recovery & Renewal, the California State University Dominguez Hills Teacher Education Department’s trauma informed work, Learning from Loss Writer’s workshop, Oak Trees in a Storm training, our Life After Loss Host Training, or learnings and takeaways gleaned from our Summer Institute in August 2022, Boundaries for Joy: Centering Renewal in a Time of Unrest
Our Fall Network of Practice is for anyone interested in learning more about key takeaways from each of our offerings that we hosted in SCRR Year 2 to inform Year 3 (and celebrate!)
- Anyone who is interested in what school crisis recovery and renewal can mean, feel, and look like,
- Participants of any SCRR programming (coaching, consulting, communities of practice, Summer or Winter Institutes, workshops)
- Researchers, scholars, or academia who are interested in learning from practitioners
- Educators, school based mental health professionals, clinicians, youth advocates, family and caregivers, and school community members who have gone through big things (e.g., however you define “crisis”)
- Those involved in the crisis readiness and response continuum
- Anyone providing support to school systems and behavioral health systems (e.g., technical assistance organizations or entities, NCTSN members, etc.)
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is this program eligible for Continuing Education Hours (CEH)? No
- Will this offering be recorded? No
- Do I need to attend the whole event? Nope! Come for some, one or all.
- Who can I contact if I have additional questions? Email us at scrr [at] cars-rp.org with “Fall SCRR Network of Practice” in the subject line.
- Faculty and Bios: Forthcoming with peer session submissions and acceptances
Agenda (tentative and subject to change)
Welcome: 11:00 am – 11:35 am PT / 2:00 pm PT – 2:35 pm ET
- Grounding and settling
- Introduction to SCRR and Our Vision for Recovery and Renewal
- Reviewing our day together: introductions to the peer presentation sessions
Peer Presentations Round 1: 11:40 am – 12:30 pm PT / 2:40 pm PT – 3:30 pm ET
Peer Presentations Round 2: 12:40 pm – 1:30 pm PT / 3:40 pm PT – 4:30 pm ET
Meaning Making and Closing: 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm PT / 4:30 pm PT – 2pm ET
Call for Peer Presentations
We invite you or your team to share a learning, takeaway, or integration from something you created or experienced with any of our programming this year. Our Fall Network of Practice is a festival of learning, and that festival can only happen with your peer teaching!
Our applications to peer present will launch soon! Stay tuned.
Quotes from Spring 2022 Network of Practice participants
“It benefited me by having a place where other like-minded professionals and providers could have to learn and hear from others. I also loved the resources that SCRR has made available to professionals and practitioners to access for free.”
“Through our work with SCRR, we’ve grown in many ways. Personally, I’ve grown in my understanding of Recovery and Renewal which continues to impact my work within my system.”
“This was a space to connect with other people who are doing hard things in hard times. I was appreciative of being in a space to reflect on the ways we have overcome and are overcoming so much.”
“I think the ideas and concepts [from the Spring NoP] are certainly going to impact how I work with schools and BIPOC communities.”