Educating The Whole Child Symposium

Exploring Ways to Ensure the Health, Safety, and Welfare of Our Children and Community
January 6-8, 2022
Washington Hilton, Washington DC

Educating The Whole Child

SUMMARY

Join us to explore the
Intersections between healthy school design and the influences on the social and emotional experiences for learners in K-16.

Learning Objectives:
  • Review Whole Child Research
  • Understand the relationship between Learning and Health & Wellness
  • Learn about Infrastructure Spending on K-16 Education
  • Explore Design Considerations to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of students in K-16 education

EVENT AGENDA

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DAY 1 – THURSDAY | JANUARY 6, 2022 – 8:30 AM–4:00 PM
8:30 AM Opening, Bill Bradley, A4LE Chair
8:35 AM Keynote: Rachel Hodgdon, President & CEO of IWBI

Rachel Hodgdon Through her bold collaborative leadership at IWBI, Rachel is leading a transformation of the market to people first places and a global culture of health. She has broad sustainability expertise and is a leading advocate for green schools, movement building and social equity. During her tenure at IWBI, WELL has grown to cover more than 3 billion square feet. WELL certifications and ratings cover themes as diverse and as central to human wellbeing as health and safety, equity, and building performance. Her contributions to the boards of Second Nature, Paul Hawken’s Regeneration, and the Real Estate Pride Council back up her mission to advance human health through better buildings, more vibrant communities and stronger organizations. View bio »
9:00 AM Infrastructure, Advocacy & Policy
Mary Filardo, Current State of Our Schools Report
9:45 AM Overview of Whole Child Research
10:15 AM Social / Emotional Connections
  • Pathways to Successful Learning
    • Dr. Page Dettmann, Meteor Education
    • Boris Srdar, FAIA, NAC
  • Biophilic Design
    • Jim Determan, FAIA, Craig Gaulden Davis
    • Dr. Mary Anne Akers, Morgan State University
    • Bill Browning, Hon AIA, Terrapin Bright Green
  • Safety and Security
  • Panel Discussion
12:30 PM Lunch
1:30 PM Integrated Student Support Services
  • CJ Huff, Bright Futures
  • Eve Kalila, Co-executive Director, Harlem Return Baseball to Inner City / DREAM Academy
4:30 PM School Tour: Net-Zero, WELL Certified School (TBD)
DAY 2 – FRIDAY | JANUARY 7, 2022 – 8:30 AM–12:30 PM
8:30 AM Informing The Built Environment
  • Healthy Schools
    • Ozzie Tapia
    • Betsy Del Monte
  • DC PS – Discovery Elementary
    • Health & Wellness, User Experience, Building Performance, Community Impact
    • COTE
    • District Initiatives
  • Indoor Air Quality
    • Bill Hayward, Hayward Score
  • Restorative Space Design, Outdoor Learning, Collaboration / Social
10:30 AM WELL
  • Using the WELL Health-Safety Rating to Bring Back in Person Learning with Confidence
    30 Minute Panel Session with School Districts
    IWBI to Moderate a panel discussion with Fairfax County Public Schools and DC Public Schools
  • View from the Agency – Opportunities in Health and Resilience in Schools
    45 Minute Panel Session with Department of Energy & EPA
    Jason Hartke to Moderate
  • School Facility Leadership During Tumultuous Times
    45 Minute Session with Dr. John Bailey, Director of School Plants, Chesapeake Public Schools
12:30 PM Wrap-Up

Hotel Accommodations

Hilton Hotel & Resources
Washington Hilton
1919 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20009

Cut-off Date: December 3, 2021

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Registration

Commercial Member: $350
Commercial Non-Member: $450
School District Member: $250
School District Non-Member: $300
Student: $50

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Payment/Cancellation Policy
All registration payments will be required by the start of the event. Cancellation requests must be made in writing to [email protected]. There is a $15 processing fee for all cancellations, no refunds will be issued for registrations cancelled after December 15, 2021.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

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  • Dedicated event signage with logo during sponsored activity
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  • Logo on general event signage
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  • Post conference electronic mailing list
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Petunia – $2,000
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  • Dedicated event signage with logo during sponsored activity
  • Logo on general event signage
  • Approved company literature or item to be included in registration packet or at sponsored event
  • Post conference electronic mailing list
  • One (1) complimentary full registration
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Daisy – $750
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Table Top Exhibits
10 Opportunities
$700 – includes one attendee

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