2024 Virtual Introduction to Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn (C3) Teams

2024 Virtual Introduction to Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn (C3) Teams

October 22 – 24, 2024
virtually from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. CST each day

The current educational landscape is one where systems are broken, educational outcomes have stagnated or worsened, educators feel overwhelmed and defeated, and children and families continue to experience marginalization and educational harm.

Yet, we know that educators, children, and families have not given up on the promise of education.

Our focus at ICS Equity is to help district, network, and school leaders initiate and sustain systems change for high-quality teaching and learning for all students.

We move away from piecemeal equity efforts and school improvement work that leads to more frustration and the same results. Join us at the 2024 Introduction to Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn (C3) Teams to learn more.

Join us virtually, October 22 – 24 to move forward with your district or school’s equity journey.

The completely redesigned 2024 National Institute will focus on an Introduction to Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn (C3) Teams. At this event, School Leadership Teams, District Leadership Teams, and regional and state agencies who are new to ICS and ICS partnership districts with new staff will engage in an interactive, introductory training to learn about high-quality teaching and learning that benefits all from the originators of Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn™ Teams.

At this event, teams will:

  1. Learn “The Why” of C3 Teams and the history behind C3 Teams;
  2. Engage in an analysis of your current teaching and learning structures;
  3. Review the research that supports C3 Teams;
  4. Design draft non-negotiables to guide all teaching and learning decisions;
  5. Engage in an overview of The Design and Work of Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn (C3) Teams™ and C3 Team Lesson Design for All.

Throughout the event, teams will have access to custom-designed digital modules to support their learning.

$555

PER TEAM MEMBER
EARLY REGISTRATION THROUGH JULY 9, 2024

$615

PER TEAM MEMBER
REGULAR REGISTRATION THROUGH SEPTEMBER 20, 2024

$650

PER TEAM MEMBER
LATE REGISTRATION BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 2024

Where is the 2024 Introduction to Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn (C3) Teams held?

Part of what’s great about the 2024 Introduction to Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn (C3) Teams is that it is held virtually! This allows teams to save on travel costs, which many districts use to send more team members, thus allowing for a robust team, representative of all staffing and leadership levels, to attend.

What to expect?

As co-hosts and facilitators, Dr. Colleen Capper and Dr. Elise Frattura bring a combined history of over 67 years of distance and adult learning experience to the 2024 Introduction to Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn (C3) Teams. We rely on a facilitative learning process where whole group, small group, and individual learning needs are centered, allowing for deep learning, inquiry, critical reflection, and collaboration.

Who is the equity training for?

We invite individual educators and school, district, regional, and state K-12 teams for this powerful learning opportunity.

If you’re not sure if this opportunity is right for you and your team/organization, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at info@icsequity.org for more information.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Answers to other questions about the Introduction to ICS Equity
Framework and Process:

The ICS Equity Framework and Process builds the “collaborative equity capacity” of the entire organization through team implementation. The 2024 Introduction to Co-Plan to Co-Serve to Co-Learn (C3) Teams relies on intentional teams to learn about the Framework and Process to learn how to bring the ICS Framework and Process to their setting.

An individual or two from an organization may attend the Introduction to C3 Teams to learn about the work to be able to invite teams from their setting to attend in future.

Moving beyond piecemeal equity efforts, the ICS Equity Framework and Process advances equity systems change–from a deficit to a proactive system.

ICS is not an initiative, a model, or a workshop. The ICS Four Cornerstone Framework and Process forms the core and provides a framework for all of the organization’s work.

We can provide a one-half day overview of the ICS Framework and Process for districts as a way to introduce the work.

We also provide custom professional development for organizations who have completed an ICS Institute previously, in order to deepen the work.