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2016 Global Forum on Girls' Education - Post Conference Materials

To download a PDF version of the program for the 2016 Global Forum on Girls’ Education, Creating a World of Possibilities, click here.

Available upon request, exclusively for NCGS member schools and Global Forum on Girls’ Education strategic partner members, are videos of all the Forum keynote speakers, including Gloria Steinem, Arianna Huffington, Kakenya Ntaiya, and more. Per agreement with the keynote speakers, these videos are not to be made available to the general public and therefore should not be embedded into any other media platform or shared beyond your school or organization members. To receive viewing access, please contact the Coalition's Director of Strategic Communications & Research.

Sunday, February 7, 2016

PUBLIC SCHOOL SYMPSOSIUM (presented by YWLN)
Breakout Session #1
Empowering Students to Design
Breakout Session #2
Exploring the Edges: Leading by Rethinking Time, Space, and Place
How to Develop Middle School Student Leaders Through PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports)
Thinking About Thinking: Using Self-assessment and Metacognition to Foster Independence and Advance
Breakout Session #3
Girls Can Code – You Can Help
Growth Mindset 101
PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP
When the White Dress Doesn’t Fit: A Transgender Primer for Independent Schools
  • Click here to access materials from this session along with several additional resources, which are available on the NCGS Transgender/Gender Identity Resources webpage.
BREAKOUT SESSIONS A
Asian Voices — A Conversation Among Asian All-Girls School Leaders
For the Love of Learning
InsideOut, a Kindergarten to Year 12 Self-leadership Program, Enhancing Leadership Identity and Encouraging Girls to Flourish
FEATURED SPEAKERS
Rachel Simmons and Tara Christie Kinsey, The Myth of Effortless Perfection: How It Harms Girls and What Schools Can Do to Fight It
BREAKOUT SESSIONS B
Becoming a Great Girls’ School: Discovering School Culture, Diagnosing Critical Issues, and Setting Direction for Your Preferred Future
Building an Empowered Student Technology Corps
Character Assessment and Education in the 21st Century
Doors Wide Open: A High School’s Partnership Strategy
Lidera+: A Program of Ethical Leadership Training to Become Agents of Change, Today at School and Tomorrow Out in the World
Maker Spaces: The Head to Toe Design Process
Students as Co-researchers: The Intersection of Institutional Research and Student Agency
Walking the Talk: Female Leadership in All-Girls Schools

Monday, February 8, 2016

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Baroness Sue Campbell, "CARE" for Their Furture
FEATURED SPEAKER
Di Wilmot, The State of and Key Challenges Facing Girls’ Education in a Transforming Society
INSPIRE! SESSION I
AIS Allied: A Mentoring Program for Girls Navigating Their High School Experience
Attracting Funders to Your School through Story Telling
Creativity and Academic Excellence in the Classroom
Design Thinking in Leadership, Teaching, and Learning — A Whole School Approach
Dream Big and Print 3D: Design Thinking Challenges for the Classroom
Feedback That Works
Fostering Self-advocacy and Resiliency Through Health and Physical Education
Leveraging Social Media for Global Citizenship
Risky Business: Integrating Science and Leadership to Cultivate Intentionality, Creativity, and Trust
Rock The Street, Wall Street
Strategies and Techniques to Empower Girls in the Classroom
Teaching an Entire Community to Thrive: One School’s Approach to Wellness
Teaching Girls to Rule Their Own Experiences: Columbus School for Girls and ROX Working Together to Educate and Empower Girls
Teaching Tools — A Model for Project-based Learning Through Theatre Techniques in the Classroom
Wellbeing Coaching Model: Personalized, Evidence-based Practice for Wrap Around Care for Adolescent Girls
When Will I Ever Use This? Making Mathematics Meaningful to Girls
BREAKOUT SESSIONS C
Are Single-Sex Schools in Europe Making a Comeback? The Revival of Single-Sex Schools in Poland, Germany, and Portugal
Building Leadership Capacity, Wellbeing, School Culture, and Educational Outcomes
Inspiring Million Dollar Giving from Women: Real Data, Real Results, Unreal Impact
Put a Women’s College on Her List: Innovations and Outcomes in STEM, Athletics, and Leadership at Women’s Colleges
Respect Starts Here: Listen, Learn, and Act
The Roadmap to Girls Innovate
The Value of Research: Using Data to Prompt Programmatic Change
The Young Women’s Leadership Schools: Creating a College Going Culture
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Rosario Lapus, Building a Movement, Creating Change: Moving Girls' Education Forward
FEATURED SPEAKER
Lisa Damour, Untangled: A New Model for Understanting Adolescent Girls
BREAKOUT SESSIONS D
24/7: Girls' Leadership Development in Boarding Schools
Competent Girls, Confident Global Leaders
#GlobalEducation: Connecting Students Through Innovative Learning Experiences
International, Interdisciplinary: Developing Leaders on Two Continents
Raising the Performance of TYWLS Students through the Three P’s: Partnerships, Programs, and Professional Development
Sophie and Athene — It Isn't All Greek to our Girls
BREAKOUT SESSIONS E
Building a Growth Culture through Curiosity: Innovative Approaches to Goal-setting
Real-World Leadership for Girls through Community Board Membership-A Partnership for Success!
SNAP! SESSION II: CLASSROOM INNOVATION
Fostering a Climate of Innovation, Persistence, and Risk-taking Through a Non-traditional Advanced Geometry Course
Unlocked: The Power of 3D Design for Girls

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

BREAKOUT SESSIONS F
Engagement, Celebration, and Brand: A Community Exercise
NHSG “Selfie” Program
Redefining Teaching and Learning: A Showcase of Best Practice
Who Am I: Exploring Racial and Cultural Identity through Literature and the Arts
Why, Where, and How New Independent Girls’ Schools Have Opened in the U.S.
INSPIRE! SESSION II
Are We Really Preparing Our Girls for their Lives as Women?
Blame My Brain, Not Me!
Girls as Changemakers
Girls Going Global: Empower, Engage, and Inspire
Imagination Mindset: Ideas and Techniques for Integrating the Arts with Students (K-5)
Successful Alternative Assessment: Physics for Girls Who Want to Change the World
FEATURED PANEL
From Classroom to Career: Innovative STEM Curriculum to Plug the Leaky Pipeline
BREAKOUT SESSIONS G
Building Your Fundraising Toolkit: Funding Girl Power!
I Am Malala: A Resource Guide for Educators
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Kakenya Ntaiya, When a Girl Demands School: Educating Girls in Africa

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