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Learning to Lead 2018
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 Export to Your Calendar 4/12/2018
When: 04/12/2018
8:30 am to 2:30 pm
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National Cathedral School
3612 Woodley Road NW
Washington, District of Columbia  20016
United States


Online registration is available until: 3/29/2018
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Description:

Since 2014, the AIMS Learning to Lead Workshop has been dedicated to equipping educators with the knowledge and skills to help every student grow as a leader. Our core belief is that all students can lead if given the right preparation and guidance. We also know that student leadership thrives in a school culture of respect, compassion, and equity. These ideals sit at the heart of this year’s conference theme, Pathways to Civil Leadership. In breakout sessions co-facilitated by AIMS students and faculty, participants will hear the stories of student leadership from across divisions and disciplines. Participants will also gain access to tangible models and support structures used to guide the work. We invite you to join this workshop and become part of a growing community of educators committed to the pedagogy of leadership.

Bio of this year's Keynote Speaker:

   Rodney Glasgow is a noted speaker, facilitator, trainer and activist in the areas of diversity, equity, and social justice. He is the Chair of the National Association of Independent School’s annual Student Diversity Leadership Conference, a 20 year-old training ground drawing over 1500 high school students nationwide. Last year, Rodney launched the National Diversity Practitioners Institute, a summer intensive for diversity practitioners. He is also the founder of Diversity in the DMV, a one-day conference for students and educators. Rodney is a featured writer in the book Diversity in Independent Schools, and he wrote the prologue for the recently released One Teacher in Ten in the New Millennium: LGBT Educators Speak Out About What’s Gotten Better…And What Hasn’t.

A graduate of Harvard University with a joint degree in Afro-American Studies and Psychology, and holding a Master of Arts in Organization and Leadership from Columbia University, he is also an independent school alum, having graduated from Gilman School in his hometown of Baltimore, MD.Mr. Glasgow is currently the Head of Middle School and Chief Diversity Officer at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School in Potomac, MD. He is also President of The Glasgow Group, a consortium of dynamic, innovative consultants.

 


Applicable Grades: K-12.

 

 

 

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