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NCGE 2014 - Post Conference Materials

To download the PDF version of the complete program for the National Conference on Girls' Education, click here.

Friday, February 7, 2014

MATERIALS FROM PRE-CONFERENCE SESSIONS
Character Building: A Shared Commitment Between Home and School
Auditing Your IT Department When You’re Not So Techy: A Strategic Plan for Heads, Board Members, and Leadership
Tracking Your Alumnae in College and Technology Tools That Can Help You do it More Effectively
Developing Women Leaders
MATERIALS FROM CONCURRENT SESSIONS A
Self-Respect vs. Self-Esteem: Why it Maters More
Bet on the Yet! Promoting a Growth Mindset
How Girls' Schools Complement – and Complicate – the College Admissions Process
LINCWell: Creating Balance in a Robust Program
21st Century Athenas: Aligning Achievement and Well-Being
Service, Girls, and Self-Esteem Through Social Action

Saturday, February 8, 2014

MATERIALS FROM CONCURRENT SESSIONS B
Artemis Unleashed: Practices for Cultivating Joyful Lives, Vibrant Communities, and a More Connected World
Using the SAMR Model to Transform Online and Blended Learning
The Other Sex: Male Teachers Vocation in Girls Schools
Take Action: How Do We Teach and Talk? Encouraging Girls to Excel in STEM
Are We Creating the Next Generation of Leaders?
Girls Making an M-PACT
INSPIRE: Teaching Practices Track
MATERIALS FROM CONCURRENT SESSIONS C
The Gender Gap in STEM: Progress and Challenges Between 1971-2011
Lead Up and Out
Linking Lives: Confidence, Competence, Courage, and Community in Integrative Education for Girls
Cultural Expectations for Underrepresented College Bound Young Women
Who Am I? The Redefinition of Cultural Gender Expectations
Minimizing the Gap: Partnering with Local Universities for Educational Experiences
Women in Charge: Leadership and Single-Sex Schools
INSPIRE: Wellness Track
MATERIALS FROM CONCURRENT SESSIONS D
Why the ACLU is Right and Wrong on Single-Sex Schooling and Why it Matters
Helping Girls with Learning Disabilities Navigate Their Social World
Cultivating Empathy and Leadership Through Strong Female Literary Characters
Economics is a Girl's Best Friend: What a Girl Needs to Know About Money in Today's World (And Why This Matters to All of Us)
Math/Physics Olympics: STEM Concepts with a Competitive Edge
Word Problems and Math Concepts: How to Create Relevance
College Bound? Making the Transition with Success
Are Your Girls Getting a 5 on the Wellness AP Exam?
INSPIRE: Leadership Track
MATERIALS FROM CONCURRENT SESSIONS E
Building Leaders through Coordinated Approaches in Health, Physical Education, and Athletics
Supporting Transgender Students
Be Well, Lead Well: Bringing Health, Wellness, Leadership, and Power Together
The "Maker Faire" Approach to Technology for Girls
Book Clubs, Reading Texts, and Discussion: Blending Approaches in the Classroom
INSPIRE: Technology Track
MATERIALS FROM KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Irshad Manji: How to Turn Girls Into Gutsy Global Citizens

Sunday, February 9, 2014

MATERIALS FROM CONCURRENT SESSIONS F
Getting to a Calm Brain
Math Through the Ages: Best Practices for 6th Grade through AP
Health and Wellness: The Journey from a Strategic Goal to a Cultural Norm in a K-8 School Community
Resilience: Can It Be Successfully Taught?
Exploring Gender Diversity: Implications for School Settings
The Power of Partnership: Empowering Girls Together
Transforming a School: A Girls’ School Becomes a 21st Century Learning Community
INSPIRE: STEM Track
MATERIALS FROM CONCURRENT SESSIONS G
Global Citizenship Through the Power of Girls Relationships
360 Degrees of Empowerment: Inspiring Future Leaders Through Corporate Partnership
Empowering Early Learners: A Culture of Capability in Girls’ Education
Changing a Learning Culture
INSPIRE: Global Citizenship & Service Track