Ben Wiehe - Friday, May 29th, 2020
Starting in May, 2020 we’ve been holding listening sessions to amplify community voices. It is our hope that these sessions also model community engagement for professionals that may not be accustomed to setting aside their own agendas in order to listen.
Posted here are recordings from two sets of past sessions:
You will need to register to listen to each of these recordings. Simply click on a video to open registration. The email address you provide with your registration may be used to contact you about future listening sessions, with the option to unsubscribe from such notices.
Thank you for listening respectfully: slow down, and commit to the full time for the sessions you choose.
All sessions produced by:
Daniel Aguirre, Community Organizer, Science Festival Accelerator Advisory Board Chair, and STEM Consultant with TIES
In collaboration with the Science Festival Alliance and Science Events Summit
With a very special thank you to the participants joining these sessions as speakers.
Session One of Conversations in Color: Cards on the Table
Below: Video recorded 8/24/20 with more than 50 participants:
Session Two of Conversations in Color: Intersections
Below: Video recorded 8/26/20 with more than 50 participants:
Session Three of Conversations in Color: Healing
Below: Video recorded 8/27/20 with more than 50 participants:
Session Four of Conversations in Color: Wrap Up With Attendees
Below: Video recorded 9/1/20 with more than 50 participants:
Listen to: Social Emotional Learning Practitioners
Below: Audio recorded 6/3/20 with more than 50 attendees in listen only mode. We are very sorry to say that the recording of this powerful conversation is broken up in some spots:
Listen to: Teachers
Below: Audio recorded 5/29/20 with more than 90 attendees in listen only mode:
Below: Audio recorded in advance of the 5/29/20 webinar as a private conversation:
Listen to: Parents
Below: Audio recorded 5/27/20 as a webinar with more than 90 attendees in listen only mode:
Below: Audio recorded in advance of the 5/27/20 webinar as a private conversation:
Listen to: Students
Below: Audio recorded 5/26/20 as a webinar with more than 90 attendees in listen only mode: