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Culture of Empathy Builder:  Victoria Kindle Hodson

 

Victoria Hodson & Edwin Rutsch: Dialogs on How to Build a Culture of Empathy in Education
Victoria Kindle Hodson, MA holds degrees in education and psychology and has been a classroom teacher in public, private, and Montessori schools—preschool through college. She is the co-founder and co-director of Kindle-Hart Communication and the Learning Success Institute. Victoria is an educator, author, consultant, curriculum developer, and co-designer of The No Fault Zone Game.   Co-Author: The Compassionate Classroom: Relationship Based Teaching and Learning 
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  • 00:00 Introduction

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Panel 002-A:  How does The No-Fault Zone Game teach and support creating a culture of empathy in schools?

Moderator: Jared Finkelstein

Panelist/Producer: Sura Hart
Panelist:
Victoria Hodson

Panelist: Tom Gostinger
Panelist: Sophie B Langri
Convener: Edwin Rutsch 

The No-Fault Zone Game helps create a culture of empathy in schools by providing hands-on materials that students and teachers use throughout the school day to: understand themselves, empathize with others, solve problems, resolve conflicts collaboratively. The Game is also used to enrich academics, helping students understand characters in literature and history, and strengthen their own story-telling and writing. 2012-04-02