Denise Emmerling-Baker EdD
Dr. Baker is also proud to partner with NEA Center for Social Justice as a trainer for cultural competence, diversity, social justice, intersections of LGBTQ, implicit bias and many other equity topics. Please note, NEA affiliated schools can request these trainings through their local education association at little to no cost as a benefit of union dues, including the HRC foundation Welcoming Schools Training. Please follow the link to schedule NEA Center for Social Justice Trainings, and let them know you were referred by Dr. Denise E. Baker.
Dr. Baker is also available for individual consulting, coaching, modeling and long term professional support for organizations, companies, schools, policy makers and educational stake holders: Social Justice, Cultural Competence, Unconscious Bias, Empathetic and Compassionate Leadership, Equity Literacy, English Language Development, Trauma Informed Practices, Social Emotional Learning, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Restorative Practices, Differentiation, Mental Health Awareness, STEAM...email@example.com (503) 407-1940
Dr. Emmerling-Baker continues to engage in private tutoring, cultural navigation and TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) services for recent immigrants, guest teaching at local schools, training and coaching as requested, while working as a social entrepreneur, often pro bono, bridging artists, arts institutions, schools, governement and charitble and other organizations to promote social justice and the community involvement.
Dr. Emmerling-Baker's research: A Qualitative Interpretive Phenomenological Study of K5 Teachers' Perceptions of Empathy Instruction, published in 2017, corroborated other research indicating that educators want to give more focus to empathy instruction and practice, but need leaders to guide them and the community to share their focus for compassion and creativity.
Dr. Baker is not only an educational leader, but her experience as an RN with a BSN from OHSU offers her insight and experience with the intersections of mental and physical health upon student engagement and achievement.
Contact Dr. Baker at: (503) 407-1940 or denise@artcompassioneducation for: During this COVID19 Pandemic, We are available for remote consulting/training/tutoring and happy to work with your team remotely as well
-90 minute to multiple day trainings (college credit available for many courses)-Equity policy and program writing, review, editing-Coaching and modeling-Prices are available per day/hour, with discounts for Pacific Northwest Schools-References available upon request We are all talented and gifted in some areas and need help in others. Together we need to nurture and celebrate the gifts in each one of us.