2018 Webinar Schedule

2018 VIRTUAL SUMMER SCHOOL

Monday, July 23rd 

3:00 pm (EST)/2:00 pm (CST)/1:00 pm (MST)/12:00 pm (PST)

Session Title: “Understanding Social Identity Development: A tool for building authentic relationships across differences”

Presenter: Eduardo González, Jr., State Diversity, Research Partnership Development, and Youth Development Specialist, Cornell University Cooperative Extension

Session Description: This webinar will explore the process of identity development within a U.S. context that is shaped by individual characteristics, family dynamics, historical factors, and social and political contexts. Understanding how these factors affect our own and other’s identity development is critical to leadership, positive youth development, and community building. By enhancing our awareness and understanding of the process of identity development, we can better position ourselves, our programs and our organizations to effectively navigate and build authentic relationships across differences.  The social identity development model presented in this webinar can also serve as a powerful tool for framing, examining and promoting deeper dialogue regarding race and race relations in our country.

Link to Register: http://bit.ly/NAEPSDP-VSS-Social-Identity

Tuesday, July 24th 

3:00 pm (EST)/2:00 pm (CST)/1:00 pm (MST)/12:00 pm (PST)

Session Title: “Leadership in Dealing with Difficult Multicultural Discussions”

Presenter: Dionardo Pizaña, Diversity and Personnel Specialist, Extension Diversity and Multiculturalism Office, Michigan State University

Session Description: Many people are concerned about reports of bias-based language and behaviors targeting young people and adults based on differences such as race, national origin, immigration status, religion, gender, sexual orientation and other differences. Have you found yourself wanting to speak up to address hurtful language and behaviors but you didn't know how to respond at work, at home or in the community? Perhaps you’ve been in a situation where you wished that you could’ve responded in a different way to an inappropriate behavior, remark or joke? This webinar will provide participants opportunities to practice ways to use their voice to take leadership in dealing with difficult multicultural discussions. The purpose of this workshop is to provide frameworks and practical experiences for participants to explore how difficult discussions can become opportunities for transformative dialogue.

Link to Register: http://bit.ly/NAEPSDP-VSS-Multicultural-Discussions

Wednesday, July 25th 

3:00 pm (EST)/2:00 pm (CST)/1:00 pm (MST)/12:00 pm (PST)

Session Title: Assess your Ability to Navigate Across Cultural Differences and Commonalities: Learn and grow through the I.D.I”

Presenter: Dr. Quentin R. Tyler, Associate Dean/Director Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Michigan State University

Session Description: This webinar will introduce basic concepts of diversity equity and inclusion, while also introducing  the  Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®), which assesses one's  intercultural competence—the capability to shift cultural perspective and appropriately adapt behavior to cultural differences and commonalities.   The Intercultural Development Inventory is a 50-item questionnaire that have led to demonstrated results in educational institutions and organizations.  Learn from a proven approach for building intercultural competence to accomplish individual, team, and organization goals. Using the IDI has led to substantial improvement in learning, growth, and individual development.  As a result of this workshop, participants will learn how the IDI increases their ability to navigate across differences and commonalities assessed.

Link to Register: http://bit.ly/NAEPSDP-VSS-IDI-Assessment-Tool

Thursday, July 26th 

3:00 pm (EST)/2:00 pm (CST)/1:00 pm (MST)/12:00 pm (PST)

Session Title: “Organizational Values: Creating healthy organizational climates through inclusive approaches”

Presenter: Dionardo Pizaña, Diversity and Personnel Specialist, Extension Diversity and Multiculturalism Office, Michigan State University

Session Description: What makes up organizational culture and more importantly, organizational culture that is inclusive, supportive and inviting?  It may be helpful to begin this discussion by looking at our earliest learning regarding “better than/less than” treatment. If not interrupted, these treatments and behaviors can then lead to supporting cultural norms and other forms of cultures of power.  Participants will discuss how dominant cultural values such as fear of conflict, worship of the written word and either/or thinking – fear of complexity  can show up in many different forms in our organizational policies, procedures, processes and relationships and ways they can work to advocate for more inclusive, equitable approaches and community standards.

Link to Register: http://bit.ly/NAEPSDP-VSS-Organizational-Values

Friday, July 27th 

3:00 pm (EST)/2:00 pm (CST)/1:00 pm (MST)/12:00 pm (PST)

Session Title: “Working with LGBTQ+ Youth and Families”

Presenter: Kayla Oberstadt, 4-H Program Manager, Ohio Military Kids and Older Youth Leadership Development, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, The Ohio State University Extension

Session Description: This webinar will help build awareness of best practices to support LGBTQ+ 4-H youth, recognize appropriate language in 4-H related documents, and share ways in which an inclusive environment can be created for all. Our presenter will share common LGBTQ+ definitions, appropriate terminology/language, discuss mental health, discuss available resources, and describe how to model desired inclusive behavior.  As a 4-H Camp Director and State 4-H Program Manager, our presenter will discuss some camper and parent scenarios.

Link to Register: http://bit.ly/NAEPSDP-VSS-LGBT-Youth-Families


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2018, 2:00 PM (Central) (via Zoom)

"Designing for Impact: Creating a Stellar PowerPoint Presentation"

Educators have been using PowerPoint in educational programming for decades, and while some educators consider PowerPoint presentations fundamental to programming, others consider them overused and often underwhelming. Join Danae Wolfe, Educational Technology Specialist with Ohio State University Extension, to learn the basics of great slide design as well as how to use PowerPoint for maximum impact.


THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2018, 2:00 PM (Central) (via Zoom)

"Social network analysis: An innovative way to design and evaluate your programs"

Social Network Analysis (SNA) hasn’t been used extensively by Extension professionals. Join this webinar to learn the basics of SNA as well as how to use it to help you in program development and evaluation, engagement of stakeholders, and reporting of impacts. Presented by Dr. Anil Chaudhary, Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Extension Education in the Department of Agricultural Economics, Sociology, and Education at the Pennsylvania State University with a research focus on program evaluation, survey methodology, and social network analysis.

THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2018, 2:00 PM (Central) (via Zoom)

"Applications of VoiceThread in Extension: From program planning to assessment"

With today's technology, Extension professionals have a variety of tools available for program evaluation. This Webinar will describe a platform called VoiceThread that has been used in many classrooms, but also is useful for conducting virtual focus group research. Join Rebecca Mott, Senior Research Associate, College of Human Environmental Sciences, and Adjunct Instructor, Department of Agricultural Education and Leadership, at the University of Missouri Extension, as she explains how VoiceThread can be used to collect qualitative participant feedback and provide insight on the benefits and challenges of implementing the VoiceThread platform for program evaluation purposes.

Register here: https://msu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_GeCDDCtFTwOt3TZThRYKrA




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For more information or questions about the webinars, contact Marina Denny
2018 NAEPSDP Programs Committee Co-Chair
662-325-1175
mdd269@msstate.edu


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