Summer Workshops

WORKSHOPS FOR EDUCATORS AND PROGRAM LEADERS

Join HFLI for a series of powerful learning experiences that will inspire and energize your practice while cultivating your passion and capacity for equitable, hands-on learning.

HFLI’s approach, Deeper Learning By Doing®, brings design thinking together with high leverage instructional practices and culturally responsive principles to form an approach to learning, teaching, and leading that advances equity and empowerment. 97% of past participants would recommend their HFLI workshop experience to a colleague.

Welcome Financial Well-being Teams! HFLI is pleased to offer individualized 30-60 minute coaching sessions for teams who would like more targeted support for the development of your Big Idea and application to United Way. During the session, we’ll focus on the questions or topics you raise. These might include review of how to apply the resources introduced in HFLI-led workshops, coaching on some of the required attachments for the application, suggestions for additional resources related to a team-specific need, and/or addressing how to make the connection between your Big Idea and target audience clear and strong. 

These sessions are available ~2-4 weeks following each of the three workshops (September, November and January). Please choose one (1) time slot that works best for your team members. If you run into any problems, please contact Theo Kozerski (tkozerski@hfli.org) for help.

Here's what educators are saying
about our workshops

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Awesome. No time wasted. We used every second of the day, each day.
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You really brought in actionable ways to bridge the social-emotional learning gaps.
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I like the fact that it was something I could use.
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This process will be really useful for helping to teach students how to think creatively and research effectively.
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I like how the workshop went back and forth between concrete examples of how to use the process, then gave us the opportunity to engage in practicing the techniques.
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This will help get students more involved in their learning, taking ownership of their work, and building teamwork between students.
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