NEST CURRICULUM TRAINING

DALLAS ISD

OCTOBER 12, 2018


Logistics

Contact Info: 

Nishima Chudasama // nishima@nestfoundation.org // 617.710.2147

Directions: Click marker on map for directions.

Times: 8:30am-4:00pm; Lunch: 11:30am - 1:00pm (on your own)

Date: Friday, Oct. 12, 2018

Location: Booker T. Washington High School, 2501 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201

 

Parking Info

Please use either the staff parking on Jack Evans, if spaces are available, or park in the Silver Garage - the entrance is at Ross and Jack Evans, and the Silver Garage gate will open from 7:30 - 10:00 am. If you drive off the parking lot for lunch, you would need to find a spot in our staff parking lot. Please note, that we do have a couple of good restaurants in walking distance: Jorge's Tex Mex Cafe, Yolk, Center Cafe near Winspear Opera House, and a 7-Eleven nearby.

On October 11, Rangel teachers will park in our staff parking lot on Jack Evans, we usually have enough parking spots for few extra cars, or they can park around school. If they decide to park in our circular drive (by front entrance), it can't be before 9 am and they have to leave by 2:30 (to let school buses drive in)


Entry Info:

On October 12, if you enter the school at our main entrance on Routh Street, please stop by the front desk to register and receive a visitor sticker. If you enter the building from the staff parking lot, take stairs up and also register with the front desk.

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Prep

If you are a teacher from Rangel YWLS, please access the following site and
select Log In/Sign Up to gain access to curriculum materials.
Because of our limited training time, please review lessons before Oct. 12th.

*Please fill out the brief teacher questionnaire and disregard references to student surveys.

If you are a teacher from Skyline or Booker T. Washington High School,
please access the following site and select Log In/Sign Up
to gain access to curriculum materials.
Because of our limited training time, please review lessons before Oct. 12th.

*Please fill out the brief teacher questionnaire and disregard references to student surveys.


Agenda

Oct. 12, 2018 // 8:30am - 4pm

08:30-08:40am         Welcome/Intro

08:40-10:30am          Topic Foundations Part 1

10:40-11:30am           Topic Foundations Part 2

11:30-1:00pm             Lunch

1:00pm-2:00pm        Curriculum Modules Part 1

2:00-3:00pm             Curriculum Modules Part 2

3:00-3:40pm             Basic Advocacy Skills & Mandatory Reporting Review/ Self-Care

3:40-4:00pm             Wrap Up/Check Out


About THE TRAINER

Amy Collins // Nest Teacher Trainer

Amy Collins holds a brand new position for Portland State University as the Relationship and Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator. Amy has been a leader in the field of primary prevention of sexual violence and active in education, public health and the social justice movement for over 15 years. Amy’s passion is in creating participatory experiential learning opportunities for students.

The curricula she has developed demonstrates cultural competency, addresses issues among vulnerable, minority populations and works to promote gender equality in order to improve the health of all individuals, children, and communities.

She is excited to use her passion for social justice and student engagement to promote healthy relationships at PSU. Amy has her Masters in the Art of Teaching (MAT) from Willamette University and is a proud Portland State University alumna with her undergraduate degree in Sociology.

Amy is often found playing outdoors with her family, cooking, or with her nose buried in a book.

SURVEY

Thank you for attending the training! Please complete the survey linked upon completion of the training.


QUESTIONS?

Have a question? Click below to send an email to Nishima.