At-Hope Youth Development from the Trenches
1 – 2 Credits Available
June 24, 2020
Summer Institutes presents in:
PIPELINE Fresno, CA
The Summer Institutes & CALSA Educators Pipeline is the only holistic conference that brings together Administration, Teachers, Coaches, Parents, Juvenile Justice Department, educational sponsors, and community to become a TEAM to help youth succeed!
- Focus on understanding how to develop schools of hope in their districts. How to develop a pipeline of teachers to administrators.
- In our social emotional world of today, how to blend Bloom’s Taxonomy with Maslow’s Hierarchy through motivational coaching and counseling strategies to look at the education of the whole child.
- Happy Teacher, Happy Students! How to prevent burnout and plan for life after teaching.
- PLC sessions with teachers to brainstorm classroom management best practices.
- Community of Practice and Networking with colleagues
- Creating hope in your students and schools Motivational strategies from respected coaches and mentors
- Network and learn from the best. Coaching clinic from the NFL & College Level’s best.
- Knowing how to push an athlete’s buttons to achieve optimal performance.
- Gain a better understanding of your child’s journey through the grades, socially, emotional and academically.
- Share best practices with other parents and mentors. Motivational practices to help your children perform in life.
What Participants will learn
- HOPE is a unique human quality. Some people have a lot of it; others a little; and too many aren’t hopeful at all.
- Where does HOPE come from? Understanding the power of HOPE and how it is used as a strategy in navigating life is critical to everyone.
- We will explore HOPE from three perspectives: the Soul of HOPE; the Science of HOPE; and the Culture of HOPE.
- We will further understand the power of BELIEVING; CONNECTING; and MENTAL TIME TRAVELING, all essential in experiencing HOPE.
- We will prove that all young people are capable of success, No Exceptions!
Why You Should Attend
- Replenish, Rejuvenate & Remember Why You Teach
- Trauma Informed Strategies
- Relational Equity Training
- PLC Collaboration Components, including Teacher Empathy
- From STEM to STEAM: Place-Based Education Trips
- Innovative Technology
- Relevant Standards-Based Presentations
- Important Wellness Activities
- 1 – 2 Continuing Education Credits
- National University (non-profit/WASC approved)
The Summer Institutes Difference
Attending a Summer Institutes Conference provides more than just a way to earn additional teaching certification credits, opportunities to earn salary advancement credits, or obtaining professional clock hours. We want to be your partner throughout your continuing education journey. Whether it’s listening to one of our engaging presenters, attending a PBE (Place Based Education) workshop, sharing peer expertise in PLC’s, or participating in a wellness activity or stress reduction class, we’re committed to providing you with the maximum return on your investment. You’ll leave our conferences feeling refreshed, replenished, and rejuvenated. Bottom line: we care about you!
“In my 25 years of evaluating educator conferences, nobody does it as well as Summer Institutes.”
Dr. Rich McBridge, Superintendent – 2014 National President AESA
- Develop a pipeline of caring, trusting relationships in a culture of HOPE from administrators to teachers to students to parents to community!
- Develop a pipeline of SI trained teachers to become more effective administrative leaders.
- Develop a pipeline for all participants to have empathy and support each other through social/emotional/physical wellness activities.
- Ignite Talks – 5 min talks on various topics
- Place-Based Education
Featured Presenter: Rick Miller
Spend a day learning how to change a culture from At-Risk to At-Hope.
Rick is the founder and CEO of Kids at Hope, an international child, and youth development organization that studies family, school, and community cultures to understand better the dynamics of success and failure.
Rick is also a professor of practice and clinical director within Arizona State University’s Center for the Advanced Study and Practice of HOPE the world’s first academic, research and community outreach center committed to the science and practice of HOPE.
Rick has spent 49 years in the field of child and youth development as a practitioner, researcher, teacher, public policy expert, and author.
He has published four books including Youth Development from the Trenches and his newest book due out spring of 2019, The Soul, Science and Culture of HOPE.
Rick’s research is revolutionizing the understanding of child and youth development and cultures. His work is modeled in 21 states and Canada and has been cited by the American Academy of Pediatrics in a book it published on youth resiliency.
In 2014 the Arizona Supreme Court adopted Kids at Hope to help redefine their juvenile justice system from risk to hope.
He has received Arizona State University’s Visionary Award; the City of Phoenix, Martin Luther King, Jr. Living the Dream Award; and the Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge George Washington Medal.
Included in his many keynotes, workshops, seminars, and symposiums is a TED Talk.
Site Coordinator: Scott Ricardo
Summer Institutes’ President and Founder
Scott Ricardo, Summer Institutes President/Founder 1987, will be personally facilitating this first Pipeline Summit.
Scott will be covering the follow topics during the summit:
- Relationship building based on care, hope & trust
- Mindfulness practices to decrease stress
- Social & Emotional Wellness
- Subject/Grade level PLC Facilitator
- Place Based Education
- Wellness Education
The STEAM Education Movement in Schools
STEAM education is gaining popularity in schools across the country. Learn how students are benefitting from educators who have begun adopting this framework.
“Hard at work at Summer Institutes.”
Film provided by Alex Kajitani, California Teacher of the Year and nationally known as “The Rappin’ Mathematician” http://alexkajitani.com
“Taking STEM to the next level with STEAM learning opportunities and activities.”
Film provided by Art Teacher Cassidee Dermond, https://cassideesartgallery.weebly.com.
Location & Directions
This event will take place at TBD