Indiana Summit on Out-of-School Learning
March 17-18, 2014
JW Marriott, Downtown Indianapolis
The Indiana Department of Education and the Indiana Afterschool Network are hosting our THIRD Annual Indiana Summit on Out-of-School Learning! Join us for this two-day conference designed specifically for Indiana’s afterschool and summer learning program providers.
Thank you to all of our partners for a GREAT Summit!
Full Summit Program -- Click HERE to download.
Video Footage from the General Sessions (Thanks to the Indiana Department of Education!) :
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We are adding Presenter Materials as we receive them. Check back soon if you don't see materials you are looking for.
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AN OVERVIEW OF FUNDRAISING, Marnie Maxwell, The Fundraising School—Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
BEYOND ARTS AND CRAFTS: ARTS INTEGRATION IN AFTERSCHOOL, Michael Bontempo, Granville Studio for the Visual Arts
BE HEALTHY, BE HAPPY, HEALTH EDUCATION GAMES THAT WORK, Lisa Farley, Butler University & Brandon Cole, Butler University
Nutrition Circuit Info (.doc)
Presentation (Prezi link)
Creating Engaging Curriculum Across Multi-Site
Programs, Tim Pritchett, Monroe County Community School Corporation and Laura Threlkeld, Monroe County Community School Corporation
School Age Child Care
CREATING ENGAGING CURRICULUM HANDOUT (PDF)
LESSON PLAN Template (PDF)
DIGITAL LEARNING IN AFTERSCHOOL, Caroline Weidman, PBS Learning Media
DREAM IT, BELIEVE IT, ACHIEVE IT: HELPING HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS ON THE PATH TO COLLEGE, Larry Gonzalez, Indiana University—Bloomington Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Marni Bassichis, Indiana University—Office of Admissions and Bridget Dotson, Indiana Unviersity—Student
EVALUATING YOUR STEM PROGRAM USING MULTIPLE STANDARDS BASED PRACTICES, Sam Crecelius, Diehl Evaluation and Consulting & Misty Guard, Cybele Associates
GET UNCOMFORTABLE! GET CREATIVE! Colton Strawser, Colton Strawser Consulting
Getting to the Next Level of Systemic Family Engagement, Jackie Garvey- Family Engagement Resource Program, Herb Higgin- Michigan City Area Schools, Wilisha Scaife- Ball State University, Romona Smith- MSD Decatur Schools
FREE PLAY IS NOT YOUR FRIEND! Meredith Clipp Rodriguez, YMCA of Southern Indiana and Amber Ridings, YMCA of Southern Indiana
Breakdown of Games 1 (.doc)
Breakdown of Games 2 (.doc)
GETTING YOUTH EXCITED ABOUT GIVING AND SERVING, Jill Gordon, Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana, Indiana Philanthropy Alliance
Youth Philanthropy Model (PDF)
YPII and 40 Develop Assets (PDF)
Making The Case for School Wellness- Hannah Ramsland, CHES, Action for Healthy Kids
TAPPING INTO FEDERAL SOURCES TO FUND AFTERSCHOOL AND SUMMER LEARNING PROGRAMS, Erik Peterson, Afterschool Alliance
TEACHING STORYTELLING: USING NATURE AS AN INSPIRATION, Robert Sander, Arts for Learning
Story Structure, Starter questions, Story Languages (.doc)
The Shock Doctrine | Pervasive Marketing and the Rise of the Don’t Give a F@#$ Generation, Javier Barrera, Latino Youth Collective
TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL GRANT PROPOSALS, Carolyn Langan, Indiana Youth Institute
In today's complex education landscape, education professionals are being asked to do more, while already scarce resources dwindle. Foster, co-author of The Multiplier Effect: Tapping the Genius Inside Our Schools, illustrates how some leaders drain the intelligence and capability out of their teams while other leaders foster a culture of intelligence and passion in their organizations. Leaders and team members alike will benefit from learning the five disciplines of Multipliers and how to fully engage the talent around and within us. Learn more about the Multiplier Effect HERE.
Theater of Inclusion (TOI)
TOI has an extensive history of working in afterschool environments and carries a deep belief that youth workers are incredible individuals working to make our communities better. The collaboration of artists Dante Ventresca and Rebecca King, facilitate workshops for youth and youth workers that focus on community engagement and leadership development. Ventresca and King will be present throughout the conference to help attendees prepare for, harvest, and document learning during their 2 days at the Summit. CLICK HERE for the Word Collage from TOI's Conversation Station on Day 1 of the Summit. AND - visit TOI's website HERE.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The conference features top-notch keynote speakers, and more than 50 workshops on leadership and best practices in out-of-school time learning. We hope the conference inspires you and your team with new and creative ideas, connects you with valuable resources, and provides lots of opportunities to learn from each other and experts in afterschool and summer learning. We’ll also look forward to an exciting evening networking reception where you can share hors d’oeuvres and hobnob with your colleagues and supporters.
The conference includes a wide range of break-out sessions/workshops with practical tools and best practices for out-of-school time providers, schools and partners including:
- Exciting Curriculum and Activities for K-12 Youth
- Funding, Partnerships, & Sustainability
- Leadership with Youth, Staff, Families, and Community
- Advocacy & Communications
- Strategic Planning & Evaluation
- Health & Safety
Special Thanks to Indiana University for Sponsoring our Summit Networking Reception!
A conference just isn't a conference without a really great networking event! Conference participants are invited to join us March 17 (4:45-7:00 pm) for a special Networking Reception at the JW Marriott overlooking beautiful Victory Field where the Indianapolis Indians play.
Enjoy hors d'oeuvres, soft drinks, a cash bar, and great views of Victory Field. Meet new people and connect with your colleagues from all across Indiana.
Participant cost for the two day Summit includes all breakfasts and snacks on both days, PLUS lunch on day one-- $60 for all attendees.
In Kind Sponsors:
Zipes Family Fund
ISM Education Funds
2012 CONFERENCE MATERIALS:
Click HERE to view the 2012 Summit Follow Up Page
Find links to the full Summit program, presenter materials and more!
For more information call Sara Beanblossom at 317-822-8211 with questions.