Whole Planet Consulting
Whole Planet and Kikori
Play and Grow Interactive Web series
Kikori is a treasure trove of activities, and once you know how to plan with them, adapt them and use them with your class, you can do almost anything with them! In this series of interactive webinar work-and-play-shops, you will experience the activities for yourself and learn how and why to use them in YOUR classroom. Leave these workshops with activities, skills and strategies to build a classroom you want to return to every day.
Each playshop will include:
Potluck: bring your questions, activities and ideas to share with your fellow educators
Meat and Potatoes: learn the theories, frameworks and research behind each activity
Nuggets to Go: take home brain-based, experiential activities for YOUR students
Tuesdays January - March 5pm EST
January 19 - 4 Activities to Sky Rocket Engagement
February 2 - Make Your Class the Best Class Ever!
February 16 - 3Rs and Why Your 21st Century Students Need Them
March 2 - 3 Good-Vibe Reflection Activities for Your Classroom
March 16 - 3 Easy Activities to Make Seasonal Transitions a Breeze
March 30 - 4 Hacks for Classroom Conflict
Lucinda is the creator of Whole Planet Consulting. During the last three decades, Lucinda has worked in classrooms, after school programs and outdoor experiential education settings transforming groups of students and adults into fully functioning teams. She is passionate about helping educators of all kinds transform the classroom and the learning process into a collaborative and exciting adventure. Her interactive, engaging training programs teach educators to guide Social Emotional Learning, build a collaborative culture, empower students to learn and rekindle their joy of teaching.
Bryn Lottig is the co-founder of Kikori, an app for educators that aligns experiential education activities with teaching and social emotional standards. Bryn is a sought-after expert in experiential education and an Adventure Program Coordinator at Arbor Vitae-Woodruff, an Expeditionary Learning school. She received her Master's degree in Adventure Based Experiential Education from University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Although she has over a decade of experience working with youth, she really refined her facilitation skills by working in the Leadership Program at Camp Manito-Wish YMCA for the last 10 years. She lives with her husband, two children in Northern Wisconsin. To learn more about Kikori and their work, visit kikoriapp.com.