Project Description

Leadership Development

Designed for teachers & school staff

Journeymen provides meaningful and engaging professional development opportunities for teachers and school staff around the Puget Sound. These workshops deliver highly effective tools for group facilitation, creating safe spaces for authentic sharing, and methods for supporting challenging students.

“Our work with Journeymen has increased the use of circles and other social justice practices in our classrooms, providing students and staff opportunities for healthy, safe and productive dialogue. Nicky and Alex present effective teaching practices that may be immediately transferred to the classroom and other school activities or programs. As one student says, “Journeymen literally saved my life.”

– Director of Teaching and Learning

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“Our school district has partnered with Journeymen for the last several years to the great benefit our learning community. The professional development offered by Journeymen received rave reviews from our staff with comments such as “One of the most valuable professional development sessions I have had in 25 years of teaching,” “Relaxed and informative. Well done!” and “Very effective and inspiring.”

– Directors of Teaching & Learning

“Partnering with Journeymen to kick off the school year was a tremendous success! The team building activities united the staff, both having fun together while focusing on our “why”. The activities led by Journeymen received rave reviews from the staff.” 

– Principal

“Our work with Journeymen has increased the use of circles and other social justice practices in our classrooms, providing students and staff opportunities for healthy, safe and productive dialogue. Nicky and Alex present effective teaching practices that may be immediately transferred to the classroom and other school activities or programs. As one student says, “Journeymen literally saved my life.”

– Director of Teaching and Learning

“Journeymen brought us together as a community and had a lasting impact on our school community.”

– Principal