Learning Marketplace OPEN SESSIONS! (Submission Form)

  • Learning Marketplace OPEN SESSIONS! (Submission Form)

  • Megan Mendes

    Member
    July 22, 2021 at 10:42 am

    Hi Everyone!

    The sessions committee is excited to invite you to continue to submit your ideas for Learning Marketplaces during this year’s Portland Gathering. We invite any and all community members to consider hosting a learning marketplace on a topic that ignites your passion and/or curiosity.

    To ensure learning marketplaces are in alignment with this years gathering vision, proposals that address the following questions will be more likely to be chosen:

    In what ways are you weaving culture and identity into all of your practices? What will you include in your presentation to explore the impacts of culture and identity on identifying what is important to someone and how to best support them?

    How does your topic impact our training and materials development? Is there learning we can incorporate to our training that can come from what you’ve tried?

    For this year’s Gathering, we are thinking of developing “strands” of our learning that can continue throughout our time together. We recognize that some may want to take a deeper dive on a given theme that has been emerging over the past year, while others may have a variety of topics of interest that they may want to experience. Therefore, we have developed the following proposed “strands” to help you begin to think about what type of learning marketplace you may like to host. Consider the following “strands” for guidance:

    • Person Centered Practices – What does the future look like, what have we learned, and what will we change moving forward? How can we expand the use of our practices to include all people and communities?
    • Systems Change – What are we doing locally and organizationally to promote person-centered systems change? What is happening at the state and federal level and how are we engaging in systems change work at the macro level? How are we using person-centered planning to promote systems change?
    • Resilience – What have we learned and witnessed during the COVID-19 pandemic about grief and resilience? How can we continue to provide a trauma-informed approach within our person-centered practices?

    If you have an idea for a learning marketplace that you can’t quite fit into these “strands”, submit your proposal anyway! The sessions committee is looking forward to reviewing all proposals to maximize our learning and sharing with one another.

     

    Please submit using the following link and the Sessions Committee will begin reaching out to schedule with you ASAP: https://tlcpcp.com/lmp-submission/

    LMP Submission

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