Course Title

PDSI 9920 – Increasing Whole Educator Potential to Develop Whole Students (Equity, Mindset, Grit, Body and Character)

Event Description

This rejuvenating conference includes everything you’ve grown to expect from SI and more.

  • Relational Equity
  • Relevant Standards-Based Presentations
  • Interesting PLC Collaboration Component
  • Place Based Education Day Trips
  • Effective Implementation of the Common Core
  • Important Wellness Activities
  • Innovative Technology
  • Replenish, Rejuvenate & Remember Why You Teach.

Course Information

  • 3 Semester University of the Pacific Graduate Level Credits in 5-days
  • Three-credit class is a forty-five hour week (3 semester units = 4.5 quarter credits).
  • University of the Pacific (non-profit/WASC approved)
  • Save money with Early Bird registration and Group Rates! (3 or more from the same school)

Event Details

Dates: Start Date: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 End Date: Friday, July 21, 2017 (4:00pm - 6:00pm Wellness Daily)

Start time: 08:00 a.m.

End time: 06:00 p.m.

Venue: Oregon Education Association Facility

Address: 2540 Coral Ave. NE Salem, Oregon 97305

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$365.00$485.00

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There will be a $100 non refundable deposit and no refunds after June 1.

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Featured Speakers


Rick Miller

Founder/President, Kids at Hope.

Title: Common Core with Common Care to Ensure the Success of ALL Students… No Exceptions!

Rick, the Founder of Kids at Hope (link this to KAH Site) is one of the most informed and effective spokespersons for children. He is able to translate complicated theory into straightforward and powerful expressions about what is best for youth.

  • 45 years educating, advocating, caring, and supporting the futures of all youth
  • Served for Presidents Reagan and Carter
  • White House Youth Summit Coordinator & Youth Employment Task Force
  • Adjunct faculty member with Arizona State University since 1984
  • Author: “Youth Development from the Trenches“
  • Founder/Established Kids At Hope Schools in 18 States and Canada

 

 

 


Marah Walden

After teaching 5 years at Sunnyside High School in Sunnyside, WA, Marah attended Gonzaga University and received an MA in Organizational Leadership and Teambuilding. She currently teaches at Davis High School in Yakima, WA, and enjoys leading the Link Crew program at her school and volunteering with Young Life.

Title: Creating Community in the Classroom

As teachers, we want to push our kids academically. However, if they don’t feel safe socially, they may be hesitant to take risks in class. By investing time at the start of the year to help kids get to know each other, you will be able to challenge them academically sooner in the year.

 

 


Gabe Murfitt

Gabe Murfitt, an inspiring speaker and author who challenges his audiences to live with courage in the face of life’s greatest challenges and adversities. Gabe is a young man with an amazing story but he feels his story is not that different than yours. Sure, he was born with a unique body. But if you think about it, you have a unique design too. It just so happens that his design is a little on the unusual side.

Title: Nothing is out of Reach

This training is designed to help inspire you to achieve any goal that you have set. Whether it is something small or the biggest idea you have ever come up with I will help you find different ways to reach them. I will also talk about how to create a community within your school. Not just for your students but for the teachers that you work with. It is important that students know that they are apart of a community when they go to school. I believe that when students feel that they have a place in their school they will succeed more not only in school but in life.


Dr. Johnny Lake

Dr. Lake is an internationally recognized educator, writer, and storyteller and works with a broad section of the community. He is a consultant, trainer, and speaker certified in programs respecting leadership, diversity, community-building, cross-cultural communication and interactions skills, equity and ethics for youth and adults. He consults with government, professional and educational agencies and organizations. Assistant Professor of Education, Northwest Christian University.

Title: Apples, Oranges, and Diversity: Multiculturalism in our Modern Society

This training is designed to help teachers, staff, and school leaders to identify and build the necessary skills and capabilities to work successfully with the challenges and opportunities presented by the increasing diversity and multicultural dynamics of our schools and communities. Consistent with research and practice educators recognize the critical importance of the teacher-student interactions and relationship. This session centers the student in the educational process. Intellectual content and experiential learning provide key learning for teachers to gain effective knowledge and skills to enhance educational outcomes for all children.