Events

We pride ourselves on fun, insightful, and practical events for the afterschool community. We look forward to seeing you!

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2018

What is M3?

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator that supports organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflect, plan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a session that brings program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.

If you are not currently connected to Sprockets and interested in learning more please contact Jocelyn Wiedow, jwiedow@ywcaofstpaul.org

This M3 Huddle is for the Sprockets Network.

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Friday, January 11, 2019

What is M3?

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator that supports organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflect, plan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a session that brings program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.

If you have questions regarding this M3 Huddle, how many people should come from your program, what kind of data you need to bring, etc.

Contact: Jan Derdowski, derdo003@umn.edu

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Friday, January 18, 2019

What is M3?

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator that supports organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflect, plan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a session that brings program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.

If you have questions regarding this M3 Huddle, how many people should come from your program, what kind of data you need to bring, etc.

Contact: Rachel Oberg-Hauser, rachel.oberg-hauser@minneapolismn.gov

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

What is M3?

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator that supports organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflect, plan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a session that brings program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.

If you have questions regarding this M3 Huddle, how many people should come from your program, what kind of data you need to bring, etc.

Contact: Amy Eich, ameich@rochester.k12.mn.us

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Thursday, January 24, 2019

What is M3?

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator that supports organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflect, plan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a session that brings program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.

If you have questions regarding this M3 Huddle, how many people should come from your program, what kind of data you need to bring, etc.

Contact: Ivan Lui, Ivan.Lui@brooklynsallianceforyouth.org

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Friday, January 25, 2019

What is M3?

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator that supports organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflect, plan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a session that brings program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.

If you are not currently connected to Sprockets and interested in learning more please contact Jocelyn Wiedow, jwiedow@ywcaofstpaul.org

Note… SPPS no school day option in case you have 1-5 young people that you would want to have join your team and help review data.

This M3 Huddle is for the Sprockets Network.

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MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2019

What is M3?

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator that supports organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflect, plan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a session that brings program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.

If you are not currently connected to Sprockets and interested in learning more please contact Jocelyn Wiedow, jwiedow@ywcaofstpaul.org

This M3 Huddle is for the Sprockets Network.

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Tuesday, Jan. 29

M3 - Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets

Facilitator: Jennifer Griffin-Wiesner

 

What is M3?

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator that supports organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflect, plan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a session that brings program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.

If you have questions regarding this M3 Huddle, how many people should come from your program, what kind of data you need to bring, etc - contact Jennifer Griffin-Wiesner at jennifer.griffinwiesner@gmail.com

Registration:

Ignite Afterschool is managing the STATEWIDE M3 initiative this year so you will notice the registration process has questions around your program characteristics. Please respond to the best of your ability regarding characteristics of the programs participating in M3 from your organization.

Can I update my registration information? Yes, you should be able to simply use the email you received after registering to update any information you need to update. We hope you can make it!

M3 - Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets
Friday, February 1, 2019

What is M3?

Making Meaning with Multiple Data Sets (M3) is a process led by a certified facilitator that supports organizations in using 2-4 data sets to intentionally reflect, plan and identify action steps to improve their afterschool programs. The key to this process is the M3 Huddle, a session that brings program teams together to intentionally make meaning of their data and plan action steps.

If you have questions regarding this M3 Huddle, how many people should come from your program, what kind of data you need to bring, etc.

Contact: Jan Derdowski, derdo003@umn.edu

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April 4-5, 2019

Save the date for Ignite's 3rd biannual conference.

 

More info coming soon. Look for the Request for Session Proposals in November 2018.

 

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