Agenda & Workshops

8:30           Registration and Breakfast 

9:00           Opening Session

10:25           Workshops #1

11:45           Workshops #2

1:00           Lunch and Choice Closing Sessions – 1. Consultancy Protocol / 2. Experience Room in MPR / 3. Continued Conversations in School Quad Area

2:00          Buses Depart


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Scheduled Workshops

Room Workshop Rotation #1 Facilitator Workshop rotation #2 Facilitator
152 Re-Thinking Social Skills w/ Improv Maja Watkins, Founder of Zip Zap Zop Enrichment A Culture of Growth Mindset  Eddie Nathan, Assistant Principal; Cindy Garcia, Dean of Culture; Kelly Serrano, Teacher; Dora Bethel, Teacher; Amalia Karapetyan, School Psychologist; Multicultural Learning Center
158 Relationships matter most to child development: The What? Why? and How? of developing great relationships

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Regina Pally, M.D. Founder and Co-Director, Center for Reflective Communities You Want to Take It Outside? A Natural Approach to Hope and Healing

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Amy Frame, Westside Global Awareness Magnet and Jason Liou, Associate Executive Director, UCLA’s UniCamp
159 SEL + Equity + Trauma = Multiplied Student Success Jessica Berlinski, Ripple Effects Nurturing Compassionate Global Citizens through the Arts Rebecca Bernard, World City Center
160 Social Justice Integration Liz Kleinrock, Lead Teacher, Diversity Coordinator, Citizens of the World Charter School Exploring the internal roadblocks that prevent us from connecting with kids Sheri Werner, Chief of School Culture, City Charter Schools
162 Fostering a School Climate to Support SEL Gayle Nadler, Executive Director, Multicultural Learning Center Instruction that Builds Classroom Dialogue, Community, and Collaboration Valerie Braimah, Executive Director, City Charter Schools
262 Social Justice STEM Katy Cleminson, Director of Learning Design, Reframe Labs Project LIT Book Club – Igniting Readers, Literary Leaders & Youth Activists Geneviève DeBose Akinnagbe, Secondary Literacy Coach for School Transformation, Partnership for Los Angeles Schools
263 The Learning Environment as the Third Teacher: Reggio Emilia Raul Alarcon, Principal, CLIC How to innovate in the classroom with Design for Change David Cadia – Consultant and Facilitator, Design for Change USA
260 Circles, circles, circles Sheri Werner, Chief of School Culture, City Charter Schools Rigorous Questions to Restore Students: Developing Academic Circles Gene K. Dean, ELA teacher and Department Chair, Roosevelt High School, a Partnership school
258 Student Voices: Creating Spaces for Self Empowerment for Boys of Color Trisha Farris, Restorative Justice Coordinator and Restorative Communities Lead, Santee Education Complex a Partnership school Whole Child Check-ins Myra Salinas, Director of Student Support services, Larchmont Charter School
259 Dynamic Mindfulness® in the Classroom Amanda Cermak, Fourth Grade Teacher, The City Schools (CLIC) The Class to Playground Connection: Strategies to Support a Positive School Culture Jessica Moy, Director of SEL and Student Culture, Citizens of the World Charter Schools: Hollywood
254 I’ll Show You How to use the F-Word! Dina A. Williams, New Perspectives on Learning Math; Christina Lincoln-Moore, LAUSD Edge InSchool Coaching Can Help Neil Peterson, Edge Foundation
256 Improving Literacy Through SEL and Mindfulness Aileen Gendrano Adao, English Teacher and Restorative Communities Lead, MSTMA at RHS a Partnership school Restorative Questions: Accountability within a Context of Care Schoene Mahmood, Restorative Justice Program Manager, Loyola Marymount University’s Center for Urban Resilience (LMU CURes) and Jaron Williams of Citizens of the World Charter School (CWC) in Silverlake
363 Listening to students with disabilities

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Ruth Le, RSP Teacher, Camino Nuevo High School Dalzell Lance Campus and Sofia Leal, RSP Teacher, Animo Venice HS The Social Media Labyrinth

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Sheila Jenca, Writing Teacher, The City School
357 Music Medicine, Mindfulness, and Movement Ashley Post, Educational Specialist, and Malcolm Moore, Music Teacher, Larchmont Charter School
352 A Shadow Report on the Unfulfilled Promises of LAUSD School Discipline Report in South LA

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Maria Villamil, Director of Organizing and Practice, Community Asset Development Re-defining Education (CADRE) and Angela McNair Turner, Staff Attorney, Statewide Education Rights Project, Public Counsel College Prep, or Prison Prep? California Schools with Cops, but no Counselors

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Amir Whitaker, Staff Attorney, ACLU of Southern California and #StudentsNotSuspects Coalition

 

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