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Mar
16
Tue
CVEDC *Thought Partners Series 2020-21: Innovative Leadership-Lessons Learned from our Unplanned Remote Learning-Session 5 @ Delta Hotels Marriott Burlington
Mar 16 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
CVEDC *Thought Partners Series 2020-21: Innovative Leadership-Lessons Learned from our Unplanned Remote Learning-Session 5 @ Delta Hotels Marriott Burlington | South Burlington | Vermont | United States

A CVEDC-subsidized event!

Co-facilitated by Pam Moran, Senior Philosophy and Policy Advisor and Ira Socol, Senior Provocateur and Learning Environment Specialist of Socol-Moran Partners

Session 5: FACE To FACE* March 16, 2021 9 – 3 :30 pm
(15 recertification hours)*will be switched to virtual if health concerns necessitate.
Location: Online: Zoom platform Face to Face: Delta Hotel, S Burlington, VT
Cost: $300/series    Includes book: Timeless Learning by Ira Socol, Pam Moran and Chad Ratliff

*A CVEDC Thought Partner Series is a subsidized venue for collaborative work with regional partners and expert facilitation.

Target Audience: Leadership Teams focused on Equity & Innovation 

Sessions 1 & 2 Observation and Design:

Human-sensitive Learning (UX +UI) designing learning experiences with the empowerment grid (empowerment theme) –
• If you can’t put the genie back in the bottle, what’s your genie?
• What are the implications for professional learning based on your reflection and feedback?
• Where did ‘equity’ thrive or falter?

Session 3 Imagination and Innovation:
Powering up Learning – Development & use of strategies to create and sustain an engagement and equity mindset framework.
• How might a “blended-design” benefit students upon their return now and in the future?
• What opportunities do you see for critical variables in the change process?

Session 4 – one hour webinar to reconnect/Q & A
Session 5 Zero-based Thinking and Tactical Processes:

How do we become hyper-learning organizations where we learn, unlearn and relearn at the speed of change?
Incorporate observations and imagined design options from first two sessions
• Use research and development logic model that leads to the learner
user experiences for all – equity theme
• Cross-pollinate and network with other teams to enhance and reflect

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Thought Partners:
• Challenge your thinking
• Cause you to modify or change your paradigms, assumptions or actions.
• Has information/a way of thinking that provokes you to innovate or otherwise leads to value creation in your profession or life.
A CVEDC Thought Partner Series is a subsidized venue for collaborative work with regional partners and expert facilitation.

CVEDC supports Vermont ASCD and their mission.  If you register for this CVEDC event, CVEDC will contribute $15 towards your VT ASCD member fee of $40 so that you will only be billed $25 for the year.  

After submitting your CVEDC event registration, just go to the VT ASCD site and become a VTASCD member and indicate that you are using CVEDC15OFF as a code for $15 off.  Go to www.vtascd.org for more information.

Mar
24
Wed
White Racial Identity Development: A Courageous Conversation with Self @ ONLINE -Zoom platform
Mar 24 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Facilitated by Sonya Collie, Pacific Education Group

Target Audience: K-12 Educators & Leaders

Date: March 24, 2021
Time: 3 – 5 pm
Location: Virtual/Zoom
Cost: CVEDC member $125  Non-Member $150

White racial identity development theory describes how white people develop a sense of themselves as racial beings. In this session, participants will use the Courageous Conversation ProtocolTM to move from a theoretical understanding to a personal examination of their own White racial consciousness journey.

Participants will reflect on their experiences of the stages of White racial identity development, so that they can apply these learnings to who they are a racial equity leaders in their families organizations and communities.

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About our facilitator: Sonya Collie is an Equity Transformation Consultant with Pacific Education Group and runs the Operations for the Courageous Conversation South Pacific Institute. Sonya is particularly interested in working in partnership with Indigenous Māori women to disrupt systemic racism. She holds three degrees from the University of Cape Town, South Africa: BA, Hons, and a Master degree in cultural anthropology.