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IDE Summit 2017: Registration & Schedule

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Registration for the 2017 IDE Summit is now open!

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Registration for the IDE Summit is $30 (to be paid by departmental chart string) and includes 1.5 days of workshops, continental breakfast and lunch both days, as well as an "indoor BBQ" networking reception on the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 13. Learn about the IDE Summit goals and overview.  

Wednesday, December 13

Registration and continental breakfast from 8 - 8:30 AM in Russo Gallery (Haldeman)

Opening Remarks at 8:30 AM in Kemeny 008

Workshop Block 1 (9:15 - 10:30 AM)

Finding Your Why                                                         Haldeman 124                                                                   This workshop aims to provide a roadmap to help Dartmouth members find purpose and meaning in their professional and personal lives. It is aimed for managers and individual contributors to explore personal values, drivers, and motivations and align them with their work individually, departmentally, and organizationally.
The Art to Building Professional Resiliency Haldeman 031 In order to sustain yourself professionally you must be able to develop a blueprint that would allow you to self-manage your talent, build credibility, and influence key players. In this workshop, you will begin to understand the 3 components of professional resiliency and identify where you are on the spectrum of intrapersonal development to interpersonal development. You will create a personal blueprint that would allow you to survive and thrive in your career.
Values and Social Identities Haldeman 125 This workshop allows participants to identify their social identities and values and think about how they play out for them professionally and personally. Participants will be able to understand the primary dimensions of diversity, which are influenced by socialization and are ways we categorize ourselves and others. They will leave with a better understanding of how we can bring different perspectives, values and identity dynamics into our programming and choices in the workplace.

Workshop Block 2 (10:45 AM - Noon) 

Finding Your Why Haldeman 124 This workshop aims to provide a roadmap to help Dartmouth members find purpose and meaning in their professional and personal lives. It is aimed for managers and individual contributors to explore personal values, drivers, and motivations and align them with their work individually, departmentally, and organizationally.
The Art to Building Professional Resiliency Haldeman 031 In order to sustain yourself professionally you must be able to develop a blueprint that would allow you to self-manage your talent, build credibility, and influence key players. In this workshop, you will begin to understand the 3 components of professional resiliency and identify where you are on the spectrum of intrapersonal development to interpersonal development. You will create a personal blueprint that would allow you to survive and thrive in your career.
Values and Social Identities Haldeman 125 This workshop allows participants to identify their social identities and values and think about how they play out for them professionally and personally. Participants will be able to understand the primary dimensions of diversity, which are influenced by socialization and are ways we categorize ourselves and others. They will leave with a better understanding of how we can bring different perspectives, values and identity dynamics into our programming and choices in the workplace.

Basecamp: Reflections & Debrief at Noon in Kemeny 008

Lunch: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM (Haldeman 031, 124, and 125 available)

Workshop Block 3 (1:45 - 3 PM)

Restorative Justice in the Workplace Haldeman 031 Restorative justice (RJ) is collaborative decision-making process that involves harmed parties, offenders, and others seeking to hold offenders accountable by having them accept responsibility for their offenses and to the best of their ability repair the harm they caused and work to rebuild trust. These principles can be effectively applied to daily interactions, meetings, and issues in the workplace.
Classics in Action: Creating Cultural Competence and Training Leaders in in the Interactive Classroom Haldeman 124  This workshop discusses the philosophies and processes of designing language and civilization courses which incorporate aspects of leadership training – from developing activities that teach basic communication and decision-making skills to embedding a reflective process that translates into effective learning and leadership. I'll use the Classics classroom as an example, but the strategies I discuss can extend into other courses focused on real-time problem-solving, critical thinking, and vibrant discussion. 
Cultivating Wellness: Self, Others & Team Haldeman 125 Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to be aware of and understand your own emotions and those of others and to use that knowledge to guide thinking and action. This workshop focuses on building skills to know oneself better and gain an understanding of how we can use that information to create a space for ourselves and others that maximizes potential and supports wellbeing. We hope to end with a brainstorming session in which participants come up with their own action plan for improving their EI skills or personal/other/team wellness at the end. 

Workshop Block 4 (3:15 - 4:30 PM) 

Restorative Justice in the Workplace Haldeman 031  Restorative justice (RJ) is collaborative decision-making process that involves harmed parties, offenders, and others seeking to hold offenders accountable by having them accept responsibility for their offenses and to the best of their ability repair the harm they caused and work to rebuild trust. These principles can be effectively applied to daily interactions, meetings, and issues in the workplace.
Classics in Action: Creating Cultural Competence and Training Leaders in in the Interactive Classroom Haldeman 124 This workshop discusses the philosophies and processes of designing language and civilization courses which incorporate aspects of leadership training – from developing activities that teach basic communication and decision-making skills to embedding a reflective process that translates into effective learning and leadership. I'll use the Classics classroom as an example, but the strategies I discuss can extend into other courses focused on real-time problem-solving, critical thinking, and vibrant discussion. 
Cultivating Wellness: Self, Others & Team Haldeman 125 Emotional Intelligence (EI) is the ability to be aware of and understand your own emotions and those of others and to use that knowledge to guide thinking and action. This workshop focuses on building skills to know oneself better and gain an understanding of how we can use that information to create a space for ourselves and others that maximizes potential and supports wellbeing. We hope to end with a brainstorming session in which participants come up with their own action plan for improving their EI skills or personal/other/team wellness at the end. 

Indoor BBQ Networking Reception from 4:30 - 6:30 PM in Fairchild

Thursday, December 14

Registration and continental breakfast from 8 - 8:30 AM in Russo Gallery (Haldeman)

Opening Remarks at 8:30 AM in Kemeny 008

Workshop Block 5 (9:15 - 10:30 AM)

Universal Design for Educators                                                                                   Haldeman 031                                                      In our session, we will work with participants to introduce and implement Universal Design principles within the context of learning experiences. The session will draw on both theoretical frameworks for Universal Design for both Learning and Instruction (UDL and UDI), as well practical strategies everyone can adopt in small mindset shifts within their teaching workflows.
Effective Communication in the Workplace  Haldeman 125 It is crucial that we recognize strong communication is one of our most valuable tools, regardless of our role in Dartmouth's diverse workforce. This interactive workshop introduces that, at the core of our work, it is essential to operate from a place of professional respect, attitude, and behavior. Participants will have the opportunity to identify key aspects of practices that will enhance the quality of working relationships across campus.
Exploring Identity and Conflict Style Haldeman 124 This workshop will encourage participants to explore their identity, values, and communication style to learn how it impacts their professional relationships.

Workshop Block 6 (10:45 AM - Noon) 

Universal Design for Learning & Accessibility Haldeman 031 This workshop will provide an introduction to Universal Design for Learning and highlight how universal design practices can address barriers to access for individuals with disabilities. Participants will review simple practices that can remove barriers to make their work and learning environment a more inclusive and welcoming setting for people of diverse abilities. Participants will also receive demonstrations of some technology apps and tools that can aid in improving access and productivity.
Effective Communication in the Workplace Haldeman 125 It is crucial that we recognize strong communication is one of our most valuable tools, regardless of our role in Dartmouth's diverse workforce. This interactive workshop introduces that, at the core of our work, it is essential to operate from a place of professional respect, attitude, and behavior. Participants will have the opportunity to identify key aspects of practices that will enhance the quality of working relationships across campus.
Exploring Identity and Conflict Style Haldeman 124 This workshop will encourage participants to explore their identity, values, and communication style to learn how it impacts their professional relationships.

Summit Closing & Lunch To-Go at Noon in Kemeny 008  

Last Updated: 11/1/17