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A Campaign to Build a Community
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This webinar is part four of our four-part series on Community Educators with Dr. Patricia Moore Harbour on April 2, 2014.

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It Takes All of Us A Seminar Series About Educating and Developing Youth, Part Four

  1. 1. It  Takes  All  of  Us:  A   Seminar  Series  About   Educa9ng  and   Developing  Youth     featuring     Dr.  Patricia  Moore  Harbour   Presented  by   Friends  for  Youth,  Inc.   Ke4ering  Founda7on  
  2. 2. April  2,  2014  Webinar     Part  Four:  Ac7ons  for  You  and  Your  Community  to  Take   •  Share  implica7ons  from  study  for  educa7ng  and   developing  whole  child     •  Special  guests:  William  Muse,  President,  Na7onal   Issues  Forum  Ins7tute,  and  Deirdre  Burel,  Orleans   Public  Educa7on  Network  
  3. 3. •  All  a4endees  muted  for   best  sound   •  Type  ques7ons  and   comments  in  the  ques7on   box   •  Respond  to  polls   •  Who  is  with  us  today?   Par7cipate  in  Today’s  Webinar  
  4. 4. Ongoing  Learning:  Pre-­‐webinar  Poll   What  do  you  know   about  Community   Educators?  
  5. 5. Community  Educators  Giveaway!   3  Winners  today!   Chosen  at  the  end  of  the  webinar   Community  Educators   is  also  available   www.keCering.org www.amazon.com    
  6. 6. Please  help  us  by   answering  survey   ques7ons  when  you  exit   webinar     You  will  receive  an  email   with  informaGon  on  how   to  access  the  slides,  view   the  recording,  and   connect  to  resources  
  7. 7. Dr.  Patricia  Moore  Harbour   President  ,  Center  for  Quality  Educa7on  and   BreakThrough  Coaching       An  educator,  author,  speaker,  and  professional   transforma7ve  coach,  Pat’s  life’s  work  is  a   commitment  to  public  educa7on  and  social  change.     She  engages  communi7es,  youth,  ci7zens,  ins7tu7ons   and  organiza7ons  in  transforma7ve  educa7on  to   shape  their  own  direc7on,  and  achieve  extraordinary   individual  and  collec7ve  results.  She  is    an  associate   with  the  Ke4ering  Founda7on,  a  former  teacher  and   assistant  superintendent.  Pat  earned  a  Doctorate  of   Educa7on  in  Educa7on  Administra7on  and  Policy   Studies  from  The  George  Peabody  College  of   Educa7on,  Vanderbilt  University.     pharbour.communityeducators@gmail.com        
  8. 8. Community   Educators:  A  Resource   for  Educa9ng  and   Developing  Our  Youth   Author:   Patricia  Moore  Harbour,  Ed.D.   What  does  it  take  to   make  democracy  work  as   it  should?   www.ke4ering.org          
  9. 9. Discussion  Features   •  5  key  fundamentals  for  Community  Educators   •  Core  common  beliefs  for  Community   Educators  and  professional  educators   •  A  successful  strategy  to  engage  ci7zens  on   educa7on  issues   •  A  community  challenged  works  to  transform   educa7on   •  Ideas  and  ques7ons  from  you  
  10. 10. Community  Educators  Reported   5  fundamentals  emerged:   •  A  way  of  thinking  -­‐  educa7on,  ci7zens,  youth  community   •  Youth  development,  educa7on,  community  development   •  Building  rela7onships  across  boundaries  (race,  faith,   schools,  ci7zens)   •  A  new  paradigm:  a  culture  of  learning  (collec7ve  learning,   collabora7on,  sharing  talents,  and  resources)   •  Iden7fy  and  plot  educa7on  resources  (community,   ci7zens)  
  11. 11. Whole  Child  Tenets   Each  student   • Enters  school  healthy     • Learns  in  a  safe  environment   • Is  ac7vely  engaged     • Is  supported  by  qualified,  caring  adults   • Is  challenged  academically  and  prepared   for  success      ASCD,  www.whollechildeducaGon.org    
  12. 12. Community  Resources  Used   Analysis  conducted  by  Dr.  Sharon  Newbill,  Community  Educators,  2012  
  13. 13. Youth  par7cipate  in  some  form  of  decision  making  for  the   community.     74%   We  train  youth  to  par7cipate  in  community,  civic,  and/or   poli7cal  ac7vi7es.     81%   Our  youth  learn  community  values  that  affirm  their  cultural   and/or  community  iden7ty.     87%   Our  program  has  a  posi7ve  economic  impact  in  our   community.     94%   Youth  development  has  contributed  to  community   development.     94%   We  collaborate  with  other  programs  in  the  community.     94%   Rela7onships  with  other  community  ins7tu7ons  and   organiza7ons  are  essen7al  to  the  success  of  the  program.   100%   Community  Based  Features  of  Programs   Analysis  conducted  by  Dr.  Sharon  Newbill,  Community  Educators,  2012  
  14. 14. Quote   ”…Research,  prac7ce,  and  common  sense   confirm  that  a  whole  child  approach  to   educa7on  will  develop  and  prepare  students  for   the  challenges  and  opportuni7es  of  today  and   tomorrow  by  addressing  students'   comprehensive  needs  through  the  shared   responsibility  of  students,  families,  schools,  and   communi7es."   ASCD  www.wholechild.org/about    
  15. 15. William  Muse   President,  Na9onal  Issues  Forum  Ins9tute     William  V.  Muse  is  President  of  the  Na7onal   Issues  Forums  Ins7tute.  He  served  as  a   professor  and  administrator  in  higher   educa7on  for  forty  years,  including  as   President  or  Chancellor  of  three  universi7es— Auburn  University,  University  of  Akron,  and   East  Carolina  University.     bmuse@nifi.org    
  16. 16. Deirdre  Johnson  Burel   Execu9ve  Director,  Orleans  Public  Educa9on  Network     Deirdre  Johnson  Burel  holds  a  Bachelor’s  degree  in   Poli7cal  Science  from  the  University  of  California,   Berkeley  and  a  Masters  of  Public  Administra7on  from   New  York  University’s,  Robert  F.  Wagner  Graduate   School  of  Public  Service.  She  currently  serves  as  the   Execu7ve  Director  of  the  Orleans  Public  Educa7on   Network  (OPEN),  a  nonprofit  commi4ed  to  serving  as   a  catalyst  for  civic  engagement  in  shaping  the  future  of   public  educa7on  in  New  Orleans.       deirdre@opennola.org    
  17. 17. Still Walkin’ To New Orleans Education Post-Katrina Why Organizing and Civic Engagement Are Essential Elements of Equity and Excellence
  18. 18. You must be the change you want to see in the world. Ghandi Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has. Margaret Mead
  19. 19. Overview Ø About OPEN: Building Civic Capacity and the People’s Agenda Ø Inside the Largest Charter School District in the Nation (2006 – 2014) Ø The Equity Challenges and Supporting a Public for Public Education
  20. 20. Mission OPEN is a New Orleans-based nonprofit committed to ensuring that there is an informed and engaged community that exercises influence on policy and programs to realize excellence and equity for every child in public schools In New Orleans.
  21. 21. Building the People’s Agenda Meeting the Village in the Village Ø Boots on the Ground Ø The working group 101 35 Working Groups Citywide Ø Barbershops/Beauty Salon Ø Housing Developments Ø Faith-based organizations/churches Ø Head Start Centers
  22. 22. A Campaign to Build a Community Vision of Quality Education (ONE STEP)
  23. 23. The Challenges of Sustained Engagement •  What does Winning Mean? •  What has worked and what hasn’t? •  What we are learning: Public Education beyond a Governance structure
  24. 24. A  Common  Core  Belief   What  is  the  common  core  belief  that   community  educators  and  professional   educators  both  agree  is  central  to   educaGng  youth?       In  what  way  can  this  be  beneficial  to  the   engaged  youth,  the  schools,  the   community?  
  25. 25. Communi7es  Talk  to  Act   Let’s  talk:     What  resonates  with  you  for  or   about  your  community?     •  An  idea,  a  quesGon   •  A  comment,  a  thought     •  An  example  of  what  is   working  in  your  community?   Join  our  discussion  on   Facebook  and  like  us!   SHARE  ON  FACEBOOK  WHAT  YOU  LEARN  IN  TALKING  WITH  YOUR  COMMUNITY  
  26. 26. A  CALL  FOR  ACTION!   In  the  next  30  days,  what   is  one  small  acGon  you   will  commit  to  accomplish   that  engages  others  in   the  lives,  educaGon,  and   development  of  young   people  in  your   community?   Join  our  discussion  on   Facebook  and  like  us!   SHARE  ON  FACEBOOK  WHAT  YOU  LEARN  IN  TALKING  WITH  YOUR  COMMUNITY  
  27. 27. Reflec7on  and  Ques7ons  
  28. 28. Community  Educators  Giveaway!   3  Winners  today!   Community  Educators   is  also  available   www.keCering.org www.amazon.com    
  29. 29. Please  help  us  by   answering  survey   ques7ons  when  you  exit   webinar     You  will  receive  an  email   with  informaGon  on  how   to  access  the  slides,  view   the  recording,  and   connect  to  resources  
  30. 30. Thank  you  for  joining   us!     Head  to  the   Community   Educators  Facebook   page  for  con9nued   conversa9on  and   sharing…   h4p://friendsforyouth.org      

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