K-16 Partnerships Summer Institute
Posted by PHENND on May 5, 2014
Please join PHENND and the School District of Philadelphia’s Office of Strategic Partnerships as we explore the key elements of successful community-school partnerships.
Thursday, June 12, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Place: School District of Philadelphia, 440 N. Broad Street
In the morning, we will work with Stacy Holland, Director of the Office of Strategic Partnerships at the School District of Philadelphia. In the afternoon, we will learn from K-16 Partnerships Network members about critical partnership building opportunities including: Dual Enrollment for Philadelphia high school students, Participatory Action Research and training for college students to support college access initiatives.
10:00 AM — Introductions
10:15 AM — K-16 Programming Highlights Gallery Walk
10:40 AM– Partnership Census Review
11:00-12:00 PM– Office of Strategic Partnerships Year in Review Presented by Stacy Holland, Director of the Office of Strategic Partnerships
12:00-1:00 PM— Lunch and VISTA Program Review
1:15-2:45 PM— Breakouts: Best Practices in University-School Partnerships (see below)
3:00-3:45 PM—Reflections and Goal Setting
Preparing College Students to Support High Needs Public Schools with Theresa Simmonds, Netter Center for Community Partnerships
Designing and Implementing Participatory Research Courses with Dr. Rand Quinn, Charity Fesler and Katie Englander; University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education
Dual Enrollment with the School District of Philadelphia with Dr. Michelle Williams, Manager of K-16 Partnerships: Community College of Philadelphia
This event is free to attend. Light refreshments in the morning and lunch will be included.
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