NCORE Webinar – Mindfully Resolving Cross-Cultural Conflicts in the Classroom

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The National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE) is offering a free webinar on Wednesday, September 1 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. CST titled Mindfully Resolving Cross-Cultural Conflicts in the Classroom.

The presenter for this webinar will be Lee Mun Wah, who is noted on the NCORE website as:

an internationally renowned Chinese American documentary filmmaker, author, poet, Asian folk teller, educator, community therapist, and master diversity trainer. He is the Executive Director of StirFry Seminars & Consulting, a diversity training company that provides educational tools and workshops on cross-cultural communication and awareness, mindful facilitation, and conflict mediation techniques.

This webinar aims to aid in relationship development as a way to help each member of the classroom feel seen and heard. Live captions and sign language interpretation will be provided.

For more information on the webinar, visit the NCORE website.

To register for the webinar, visit the registration page.

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