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Thursday, August 19
 

7:00am EDT

Becoming a More Trauma Sensitive and Anti-Racist School
This presentation will help participants recognize signs of trauma in students and understand how to support these students. Participants will also learn how racism is trauma and can be damaging to a child's development


Thursday August 19, 2021 7:00am - 6:00pm EDT
Prerecorded Session

7:00am EDT

Disruption by Design
On the heels of the pandemic upending the lives of educators, it's also created opportunities to rethink the teaching profession and how educators can reach all students. In this keynote, Michael will talk about ways to rethink the teaching profession and what must be in place for a successful start to the fall.

Speakers
avatar for Michael B. Horn

Michael B. Horn

Co-founder and Distinguished Fellow, Clayton Christensen Institute
Michael Horn speaks and writes about the future of education and works with a portfolio of education organizations to improve the life of each and every student. He is the author of the new book, Choosing College, which strips away the noise around college to help students and parents... Read More →


Thursday August 19, 2021 7:00am - 6:00pm EDT
Prerecorded Session

7:00am EDT

Engaging your Community for Open Dialogue
Engaging your Community for Open Dialogue will explore ways to create community among staff, students and families. Looking at the work of the Cambridge Educators Association: Educator / Caregiver Circles, we will examine how district teachers led the charge to create a space to engage community members in open, productive discussions. From this presentation you can envision how this process might look in your school or district.

Speakers
avatar for Kyrk Morris

Kyrk Morris

Founder, Citizens of the World, Inc.
Kyrk Morris founded the Citizens of the World, Inc., a non-profit agency to provide education and social services to youth and families. He has been a special educator, mentor, counselor and coach for youth. Kyrk has worked in detention, residential, shelter and foster care programs... Read More →


Thursday August 19, 2021 7:00am - 6:00pm EDT
Prerecorded Session

7:00am EDT

Lessons Learned from the Pandemic: How Do We Safely and Effectively Return to School?
As schools prepare to bring students back in-person for the fall, what strategies and best practices should be implemented for a safe and effective reopening? This keynote presentation will spotlight health and safety measures for schools that have been developed in partnership with healthcare experts, along with innovative teaching and learning best practices that have been shared by educators nationwide during this past year.

Speakers
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Roshni Lakhi

Partner, The Learning Accelerator


Thursday August 19, 2021 7:00am - 6:00pm EDT
Prerecorded Session

7:00am EDT

Sustaining Educators with Courage, Presence and Integrity
In this exhausting year of  unprecedented challenges posed by the pandemic, as well as a national reckoning on racial justice, it is crucial that educators work together to cultivate trusting and culturally responsive school communities. In order to be fully present for this work, educators need time to slow down, reflect with peers, and nurture their personal resilience. Drawing on practices from Soul of Leadership: Courage, Presence and Integrity, a renewal program for school leaders, this session will provide a space to reflect on your life and work through contemplative and reflective practices drawn from the Center of Courage and Renewal and the fields of mindfulness, social-emotional learning, neuroscience, and the arts. We will explore the importance of establishing touchstones, being fully present, practicing mindful listening, and exercising self-care and compassion in order to build adult communities in schools.

Speakers
avatar for Rick Rogers

Rick Rogers

Leadership Coach, Soul of Leadership


Thursday August 19, 2021 7:00am - 6:00pm EDT
Prerecorded Session

7:00am EDT

The Culturally Responsive Classroom: From Theory to Practice
A conversation among three educators on the meaning of culturally-responsive teaching, and effective approaches in the classroom and curriculum development. 

Speakers
avatar for Robbie Smith

Robbie Smith

GBH
I have recently moved from Jackson, Mississippi to Chicago, Illinois and it is amazing to see such advancements in education from state to state. I am an ambitious, advocate for all learners through evidence based instructional strategies, effective curriculum implementation, and... Read More →
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April Bo Wang

Director of Strategic Development, WGBH Educational Foundation


Thursday August 19, 2021 7:00am - 6:00pm EDT
Prerecorded Session