3rd Annual CCPEP Convocation
July 22, 2021 9:00AM - 2:30PM PDT
Congratulations to the Convocation 2021 participants!
Click on this link to answer this year's reflection question: https://ccpep.org/convocation-2021-reflection-question/
A LIVE VIRTUAL ZOOM EVENT
Cultural Proficiency has brought us together as colleagues, professionals, and friends. The current political, cultural, social, and emotional forces seem overwhelming for our educational environment. To meet today’s post-pandemic challenges, we will gather to engage in conversations for clarity and purpose.
The outcomes for this Convocation Conversation are to:
- Continue to build a support network for each person /community as we journey towards Cultural Proficiency
- Provide a reflective environment to reassert focus for ourselves and the organizations we serve
- Engage with leaders and teams who are successfully implementing Culturally Proficient Practice
- Explore and engage in Break-out dialogues, panel discussions, and featured speakers to revisit the integrity and intentionality of the 4 Tools of Cultural Proficiency developed by Terry Cross
Facilitated By: Cheryl Hibbeln
Speakers Include: Terrence Roberts, Delores B. Lindsey & Randall B. Lindsey
Randall B. Lindsey, Ph.D., coauthor of numerous books on Cultural Proficiency, is Emeritus Professor at California State University, Los Angeles. He has served as a teacher, an administrator, executive director of a non-profit corporation, and served as administrator at Redlands University and
California Lutheran University.
Featured Panel: Sitting in the Fire! 10:30AM - 11:30AM
A facilitated dialogue among experienced equity facilitators focused on issues that arise at all stages of addressing systemic racism and related social justice issues. In other words, what do you do when...
Featured Panel: Voices from the Field 12:45PM - 1:30PM
A facilitated panel discussion with representatives of school and district personnel on applying the Framework of Cultural Proficiency. Panel members will address issues of getting started, sustaining movement, responding to resistance, and monitoring outcomes.