Saturday, February 8, 2020 | 7:30 AM – 4:45 PM
Breakfast and Lunch Included with Registration
Schedule At A Glance
7:30am – 8:15am Sign-in | Networking | Breakfast
8:15am-8:35am Welcome & Keynote
8:35am – 8:45am Comfort Break/Transition
8:45am – 10:15am Workshop I
10:15am – 10:30am Comfort Break/Transition
10:30am – 12:00pm Workshop II
12:00pm – 1:00pm Lunch & Networking
1:00pm – 2:30pm Workshop III
2:30pm – 2:45pm Comfort Break/Transition
2:45pm – 4:15pm Workshop IV
4:15pm – 4:45pm Closing | Overall Evaluation | Raffle
Meet Your Trainers
Facilitator, EduCare Foundation, Van Nuys, CA
Founder, #iAmImpact, Sacramento, CA
Expanded Learning Consultant, Afterschool Guru, Los Angeles, CA
Coordinator of Youth Development, Sacramento City Unified School District, Sacramento, CA
2020 Legacy Summit Brochure
#iAmImpact Healing Circles
NATHAN HOUSTON, FOUNDER, #IAMIMPACT, SACRAMENTO, CA
What would happen if we were intentional with our dialogue? What if we really took the time to understand people and help address their needs? The circle process is often overlooked and underutilized within workspaces. Sometimes we just need an old-fashioned sit down with intentional dialogue. This workshop is intended to create intentional dialogue and conversation amongst students by using the circle process. During this workshop, educators will explore what it takes in order to create the positive and healthy space for youth. Come explore the endless possibilities circling. Restorative Justice is not a particular program or blueprint. Restorative Justice is an invitation to dialogue and an exploration of what a community needs to ensure all members strengthen and maintain healthy relationships. This process also helps promote social and emotional learning.
Educator Aware: How to Keep Your Fire Lit by Knowing Thyself Better
BRYN DRESCHER, FACILITATOR, EDUCARE FOUNDATION, VAN NUYS, CA
Educators and expanded learning burnout is real. You are on the front lines with our students and yet most of us have gotten a bit foggy on what got us started. This workshop seeks to help participants know thyself better in order to better serve their students. Through interactive fun activities, we will remind you why you matter just as much as the students you serve. It is easy to get off track this session is designed to help you not continue to give from an empty cup.
The Magic of STEM (101)
FRED JONES, EXPANDED LEARNING CONSULTANT, AFTERSCHOOL GURU, LOS ANGELES. CA
Designed as a beginner’s introduction to what STEM is. Participants will learn the qualities of an effective STEM program and how to implement it in an OST environment. The ultimate quick start guide to what STEM is and why it is such an important component of your student’s 21st Century Education! Unpack each component and discover what makes a quality STEM program and how to implement it in your school!
Self-Care: For YOU and the YOUTH
MARCUS STROTHER, COORDINATOR OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, SACRAMENTO CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, SACRAMENTO, CA
As adults, we forget the importance of self-care. We forget that the best you is a rested you. During this workshop, we will work on forgiveness journals, self-care practices and ideology around culture building. The building of a successful culture in the classroom, a school, and a community is the first investment in creating successful students. The educational system often invests most of its time on creating programs for youth. I want to provide methods of change that will allow for programming for our adults to be strong, healthy and purposeful adults that work with our students.
Thank you to our raffle prize providers