Upcoming Webinars

 


Summer Bootcamp: Get Ready for Summer Series - Monday, March 1, 2021 through Friday, March 5, 2021 @ 11am MT each day (attendees can pick and choose days)

Description:  

Make sure you save the dates for NSLA’s Summer Bootcamp: Get Ready for Summer Series for program leaders and their teams, March 1-5, 2021.

NSLA won’t let COVID-19 steal the joy of summer learning and it starts with leaders like you. Program leaders and their teams are at the heart of high-quality summer learning experiences for kids across the nation and are leading the movement to make every summer count. To achieve this goal, summer learning programs must be intentionally designed, planned, and implemented to support the whole child in a safe, inclusive, high-quality experience.

The Summer Bootcamp Series will provide program leaders with the tools they need at this moment to keep kids healthy, learning, earning, and thriving through this pandemic and beyond. We’ll dive into strategies to accelerate learning, build critical partnerships, and plan successful programs with evidence-based practices relevant to any scenario of summer plans emerging this season.

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Role Models Drive Equity Part I​ -  Tuesday, March 2nd @ 2pm Mountain Time

Experts: National Girls Collaborative Project 

This webinar is the first in a three-part series of webinars focused on STEM role models for afterschool networks and programs, presented by the National Girls Collaborative. Exposure to diverse STEM role models can broaden girls’ perceptions of STEM careers and dispel stereotypes about who does STEM. The presenters will provide an overview of STEM role models, benefits of incorporating role models into STEM programs for girls, and resources and strategies for identifying and engaging role models. In preparation for the webinar, participants are encouraged to think about how they currently use (or do not use) role models in their network or program, and identify challenges to incorporating STEM role models.

Audience: Network Leads and STEM/Moonshot Staff

Deadline to Register: February 19th

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From Research to Practice: An Up-to-Date Look at Gender Equity in STEM -  Tuesday, March 9, 2021 @ 5pm MT

Join NGCP as they celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day with an important webinar highlighting gender equity in STEM.  

For nearly 20 years, the National Girls Collaborative Project has worked to advance the agenda in gender equity by encouraging girls to pursue careers in STEM. In this research-to-practice webinar, we will learn about up-to-date research regarding gender equity in STEM and how it impacts girls and women learning and working in STEM. We will also engage in conversation around strategies and resources for continued progress in supporting girls and women in STEM.  

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Imagining & Planning for Quality: Exploring Goals to Guide to Guide Our Work -  Thursday, March 11th @ 1pm Mountain Time

Learning Goals:

1) Reflect on areas of SED and STEM that are traditionally strong or challenging for programs nationally and for your program/network specifically

2) Create a vision and generate goals for strengthening STEM and SED in programming using the DoS framework and tools as a guide

Audience: Network Leads, professional development and training staff, and/or program staff

Deadline to Register: March 8th

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Virtual Briefing: SEL Policy to Foster Connection after Trauma - Friday, March 26, 2021 @ 10:00am MT

How can federal policy support state efforts to foster positive youth skill development and overall mental health? The pre-K to Grade 12 education system has been tested in unprecedented ways over the past year, and educators, leaders, students, and their families have stepped up to the challenge in unique and innovative ways. One key lesson is the importance of centering education on social and emotional development and well-being to help students and adults navigate virtual and in-person learning, especially while working through trauma. In this briefing, students, members of Congress, and experts in child development will discuss the importance of social emotional learning (SEL) concepts and how they can be advanced through federal policy.

Speakers:

  • David Adams, Senior Director of Strategy, The Urban Assembly
  • Nick Yoder, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Harmony SEL/National University
  • Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Professor of Education, Psychology & Neuroscience, USC Rossier School of Education
  • Jordan Posamentier, Director of Policy & Advocacy, Committee for Children

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Creating Change: Leveraging DoS toward Continuous Growth -  Tuesday, March 30th @ 1pm Mountain Time

Learning Goals:

1) Learn how to use the freely available DoS planning tool and related data collection rools to grow and strengthen programming

2) Discuss how to sustainability leverage data and planning resourecs to continue strengthening STEM and SED in your program/network

Audience: Network Leads, professional development and training staff, and/or program staff

Deadline to Register: March 26th

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Role Models Matter 101​ -  Tuesday, April 13th @ 2pm Mountain Time

Experts: Techbridge Girls

STEM identity is critical to STEM persistence and how role models are critical to STEM identity, shared through research. In this webinar, we will explore three strategies for connecting to and preparing role models to work with youth. Strategies will consist of:

1) Role Model Strategy 1: Making a Connection

2) Role Model Strategy 2: Talking About Your Work in Age-Appropriate Ways

3) Role Model Strategy 3: Using Culturally Relevant and Youth Development Practices

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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

FRAC (Food Research & Action Center)


  
 

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