Category: DLLF

May 2022 Events & Announcements

May 2022 Events & Announcements

Coming June 9th & 14th- TWO New STEM Workshops! Part A: Doing Too Much: Disrupting the Transference of STEM Trauma Thursday, June 9th⋅2:00-4:00pm PT (5:00-7:00pm ET) This workshop will explore the often problematic relationship many students and teachers have with STEM education emerging from traumatic experiences we simply never address. This workshop particularly focuses on […]

Guest Blog: Urgency, Patience, and the Cultivation of Hope

Guest Blog: Urgency, Patience, and the Cultivation of Hope

  Urgency, Patience, and the Cultivation of Hope By Trevor Gardner The tension between urgency and patience is a constant for educators. On one end we hold high expectations, pushing students to do more than they think they are capable of; we demand their best. On the other end we nurture; we meet them where […]

Deeper Learning Leadership Forum, IRL!

Deeper Learning Leadership Forum, IRL!

March 15th and 16th was ELP’s first in-person Deeper Learning Leadership Forum (DLLF) Cohort 5 convening since Covid began and it was a success! These amazing folks have been working together virtually since June 2021 but it’s hard to believe based on the amazing community and connections they’ve built in that time. We can’t wait […]

March 2022 Upcoming Events & Announcements

March 2022 Upcoming Events & Announcements

Big-Picture and Fine-Grained Cautiously, things are opening up. ELP has a growing number of dates on the calendar for in-person service. We are about to attend our first conference since the pandemic began. We look forward to seeing many of you at Deeper Learning 2022 in San Diego next week. (Read below to learn about […]

Guest Blog: We All Deserve Badges for Resilience and Adaptability

Guest Blog: We All Deserve Badges for Resilience and Adaptability

We All Deserve Badges for Resilience and Adaptability By Roman Stearns During the pandemic, each individual and organization has been forced to practice unprecedented levels of resilience and adaptability. It’s remarkable really. Workers adapted to new conditions and norms. Students adapted to new places and forms of learning. Parents adapted to some form of homeschooling. […]

Guest Blog: No Resignations Allowed by Dr. Sabrina “Bri” Moore

Guest Blog: No Resignations Allowed by Dr. Sabrina “Bri” Moore

NO RESIGNATIONS ALLOWED By Dr. Sabrina “Bri” Moore Founder of 3Ls: Literacy, Leadership & Liberation  Program Director Systemic Instructional Review Alameda County Office of Education  Oakland Native: Former OUSD Student, Teacher and Principal As a former student, teacher and principal and current director in education, I have a question. Am I the only one wondering […]

Listening to Black Women: What Conditions Enable Black Women Deeper Learning Leaders to Thrive?

Listening to Black Women: What Conditions Enable Black Women Deeper Learning Leaders to Thrive?

ELP is excited to share our Den Talk for this year’s Deeper Learning Conference- Listening to Black Women: What Conditions Enable Black Women Deeper Learning Leaders to Thrive? Deeper Learning Coach, Alcine Mumby, will be hosting and spotlighting the wisdom of 3 Black women leaders: LaShawnna Harris, Sabrina Moore, and Kai Mathews. This will be […]

DLLF: Where Are They Now?

DLLF: Where Are They Now?

  We’re highlighting some of the Deeper Learning Leadership Forum (DLLF) alumni who are making moves- achieving goals, serving their communities, and impacting the future of education. ELP has worked with 58 educational leaders from all over the United States since 2016 and we’re excited to open applications for our fifth cohort early 2021! Tracie […]

Guest Blog: Robert Moore, DLLF Cohort 3 Member

Guest Blog: Robert Moore, DLLF Cohort 3 Member

Why did you apply for the Deeper Learning Leadership Forum (DLLF)? [ELP’s Deeper Learning Coach] Alcine had worked with our district for a year, helping us develop our Graduate Profile. During one of our training sessions, she informed me of the DLLF geographic plan to include our area. That year I was also assuming a […]

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