Moral Courage ED™ has created a suite of offerings for individual teachers, cohorts of students, school communities (including parents), and entire educational districts.
How do we revive dialogue in a time of deep division? What skills can we exercise if we want to be heard, especially by those who disagree with us? And why is the Moral Courage Method of communicating successful with people across all cultures, genders, classes — even age groups?
This virtual workshop is an exclusive, interactive 90-minute experience for your school or group. Irshad Manji, founder of Moral Courage ED, equips students, educators, and parents to discuss polarizing issues productively instead of canceling one another.
Participants will draw from their own lives to explore the challenge of hearing and being heard in moments of high emotion. They’ll leave the workshop with practical techniques for turning divergent, even clashing, views into opportunities to listen and learn. Best of all, these techniques are actionable immediately.
“Moral Courage has benefitted me personally. The frequent fights that I used to have with my parents turned from loud arguments into productive dialogues.”
– Michael Lentskevich, workshop participant