reEngage DL2021

Tuesday, March 23 2021 9:00 AM - Thursday, March 25 2021 12:30 PM [PDT]

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reEngage DL 2021 Regular Registration PARTIAL APPROVAL - $750.00

Registration closes on 03/16/2021

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For payment by check, purchase order, or wire transfer. Get a 10% discount when you purchase 5 or more tickets. We request that groups register together through a single purchase. To do this select the desired quantity of tickets during the checkout process.

reEngage DL2021 Network Rate PARTIAL APPROVAL - $550.00

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Tuesday, March 23 2021 9:00 AM - Thursday, March 25 2021 12:30 PM [PDT]

Welcome to the Deeper Learning Community!

Share space with change-makers like you who are in search of a collective experience to highlight current triumphs and challenges, leverage student voice, and be inspired. Tap into the power of:

Deeper Network of educational leaders, community partners, and students from around the globe.

Deeper Impact with student agency, community outreach, and school design collaboration.

Deeper Dialogue embedded in advisory sessions, powerful keynotes, and interactive workshops.

reEngage DL2021 includes immersive, experience-based deep dive sessions that delve into interesting topics like the intersection of antiracist and deeper learning practices and educators as futurists. Interactive workshop sessions explore a variety of topics ranging from student agency to culturally responsive pedagogy to school transformation. Throughout the event, we aim to model effective online practices and maximize online learning possibilities with intentional structures to allow for small-by-design groupings for dialogue and reflection. See the event flow below and grab your ticket today!

 

 

 

For the most up-to-date event details, check out the event website and connect with us via email: info@deeper-learning.org with any questions! We look forward to seeing you in March!

 

High Tech High Graduate School of Education

https://hthgse.edu/

High Tech High Graduate School of Education and the Deeper Learning Hub

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Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales
Professor, Author & Co-Founder of Community Responsive Education
SFSU, Community Responsive Education, Pin@y Educational Partnerships

Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, is a Professor in the College of Ethnic Studies and Educational Leadership at San Francisco State University. She co-founded Community Responsive Education and Teaching Excellence Network. She has published five books and a wide array of articles and book chapters that focus on the development of ethnic studies curriculum and community responsive pedagogy. Professor Tintiangco-Cubales has won many awards including being named one of the 100 most influential Filipinas in the world. Her research focuses on the impact of Ethnic Studies, urban youth cultures, community development, critical performance pedagogy, pedagogies of resistance, motherscholaring, and Pinayism (a concept that she coined in 1995). Prior to becoming a faculty member, she received her undergraduate degree in Ethnic Studies from UC Berkeley and her Ph.D. in Education from UCLA. Follow her @pinayism

http://www.pepsf.org/

About Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales

Professor, Author & Co-Founder of Community Responsive Education
SFSU, Community Responsive Education, Pin@y Educational Partnerships
Aisha Bain
Co-founder & Chief Architect
Resistance Communications

Aisha Bain is a black feminist warrior, social justice activist, smasher of patriarchy, and uses her imposing height and incredible stank eye to silence mansplaining in an instant. Aisha is an inspiring leader with over 15 years of experience in senior leadership in over 20 countries, crafting programs and processes with those who have been deliberately silenced or unheard to unleash their voices, visions, and creative fires to forge new pathways for change. Aisha is the Co-Founder and Chief Architect of Resistance Communications, a creative action agency that works with local power to elevate the voices and visibility of women, girls, youth and resistors fighting for social justice through radical storytelling, transformative programming, and art grounded in strategy for social change. So also co-founded Vision Not Victim, a global girl-driven program that provides creative platforms to unshackle the power of adolescent girls, address the violence they face, and support girls, parents, and communities to create safer and more supportive environments for girls. Aisha also the Co-Founder of WeCiE (“we-see”), an international network of women of color to increase the visibility of the work women of color specialists work on gender-based violence during emergencies such as natural disasters or war. This forum provides a space for specialists to connect to women of color around the globe, share experiences and solutions, exchange resources, and to collaborate on opportunities. As a filmmaker, artist and author, Aisha has a particular passion for using creative tools and media to further social justice movements, and to raise the voice and visibility of women and girls within those movements. Through her work, Aisha facilitates the internal healing and visionary development of organizations and individuals, and uses her insurgent imagination to collaboratively design programs, develop models for action, creatively problem solving and deepening community strength, movement building and transformation. Spanning five continents, Aisha has danced with almost every community she has worked with.

https://www.resistancecommunications.com/

About Aisha Bain

Co-founder & Chief Architect
Resistance Communications