Upcoming Webinars

To look for upcoming webinars on a variety of topics related to out-of-school time, check:

Afterschool Alliance Webinars and

American Youth Policy Forum and

Girls Collaborative Project Events and

Click 2 Science PD (Free registration required for access) and

National Afterschool Association

National Summer Learning Association

Learning Policy Institute

BoostCafe


GAME ON: 10 Totally Innovative Games for Remote Audiences!​ - Monday, July 13th, 2020 11am MT

Featured Speaker:

  • Eric Rowles, President/CEO, Leading to Change, Huntersville, NC;

Get ready to PLAY!  In this highly interactive, hands on, and tool-filled presentation, participants will be introduced to low, medium, and high-tech virtual games and activities that can be easily replicated!  From creating the awesome party room, searching for your silent leader, taking tic-tac-toe to a new level, and even an incredible team created music beat-box machine!  Come join our friends and partners at Leading To Change for one of the most dynamic zoomcasts that you’ll participate in!

Registration Links for BoostCafe trainings

NOTE: BoostCafe offerings tend to fill up and/or close for registration a day or two before the event, so, if you're interested, register early.


Three Highs: High Relationship, High Expectations, High Support​ - Tuesday, July 14th, 2020 11am MT

Featured Speaker:

  • Stan Davis, Managing Director/Trainer, HAP Training, Petaluma, CA

“Accountability with Compassion.” How to hold yourself, the people you work with, and the kids you serve, to High Expectations and get results… all while treating yourself, and others, with Compassion and Grace.

Registration Links for BoostCafe trainings

NOTE: BoostCafe offerings tend to fill up and/or close for registration a day or two before the event, so, if you're interested, register early.


Providing Enrichment Activities in a Remote Learning Environment​ - Thursday, July 16th, 2020 @ 11am MT

Featured Speakers:

  • Marisa Miller, Education Consultant/Owner, Afterschool Publishing; 
  • Kwamara Thompson, Managing Director, Programs and Partnerships, Classroom, Inc., New York, NY

Join BoostCafe for an interactive workshop and learn some tips and tricks to engage your students, promote collaboration, and create community and equity while teaching remotely. Ensure students are using their voice, choice, and agency while creating engaging lessons. Digital library enrichment resources will also be provided.

Registration Links for BoostCafe trainings

NOTE: BoostCafe offerings tend to fill up and/or close for registration a day or two before the event, so, if you're interested, register early.


Best Practices in Outdoor Learning in K-12 - Two Sessions: Monday - Friday, July 20-23 OR Monday - Friday, July 27 - 30 from 1:00pm - 2:30pm

Free and open to K-12 teachers in New Mexico

Are you interested in:

  • Taking lessons outside?
  • Using the local environment to teach STEAM?
  • Connecting students to their ecosystem and community?
  • Bringing NM STEM Ready! into your lessons more?

Then join us this summer for an online workshop designed to support you in taking learning outside!

Further information and registration link


Connecting K-12 and Higher Education Through the Use of Performance Assessments - Tuesday, July 21, 2020 @ 1pm MT

This webinar will address why and how to align k-12 performance assessment systems for use in higher education decision-making for college access and success. This alignment is especially critical for students from groups historically underrepresented in institutions of higher education (IHEs), including students of color and students from low-income families.

For more information and registration


SciGirls® Summer Virtual Workshops at CNM - July 27 - 21, 2020 Times TBD

SciGirls virtual summer workshops are designed for your students to have an in-depth “camp” experience without leaving your home.

  • Take advantage of this opportunity for middle school students to engage their curiosity in a fun, interactive online environment facilitated by CNM faculty members.
  • Meet local STEM professional and learn about how STEM helps people solve problems, achieve goals, and help others.

All activities have associated materials kits that will be mailed out ahead of the program along with detailed instructions.

In partnership with New Mexico PBS, and with funding from Intel, CNM is excited to provide a week long STEM-focused summer workshop for students ages 10-13.

SciGirls® Summer Virtual Workshops will introduce science, technology, engineering, mathematics and career and technical education to students though a series of activities. Participants will work collaboratively, through Zoom video conferencing, to investigate meaningful questions and carry-out experiments. You’ll design heart-pumping experiments to measure the effects of exercise on your heart and lungs, use your creativity and knowledge of circuits to design a light-up craft, and even engineer your own mechanical arm.

All students will need a computer with internet access, speakers and a microphone (webcams are suggested, but not required), a tablet, or a mobile device to attend live Zoom sessions
https://www.cnm.edu/depts/outreach/cnm-summer-camp

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKviTsxJZAY&feature=youtu.be


Participation in Structured and Unstructured Out-of-School Time (OST) Activities -  Tuesday, August 18, 2020 @ 11am MT

What types of STEM activities are today’s youth participating in outside of school? The informal science community can easily document enrollment in structured activities, yet less is known about participation in non-structured activities like hobbies, reading science fiction, and online experiences, including games and social media. The Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian (CfA) surveyed over 15,000 college students in introductory college English classes nationally - a mixture of students in STEM and non-STEM majors - about their participation in a variety of precollege structured STEM activities (both in person and online) including group organizations, like Scouts, lectures or talks, and internships, and non-structured activities, like tinkering, stargazing, and watching online STEM videos. Join NGCP on August 18th to find out which activities are particularly attractive to young women and underrepresented minorities.

More information and sign up

 


 
 

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