S22 GGI has ended
Residency Theme: "The Wild, The Unwanted, The Unseen"

This is a working draft of the Goddard Graduate Institute Spring 2022 Residency schedule. Please do not regard anything listed as final until you have been advised to do so by the Program Lead. Zoom links will be the last things added. We recommend that you bookmark the SCHED link and refresh each time you check it, to make sure you capture any new updates.

SCHED allows attendees to view and interact with schedules on any device, including mobile, with the option for a traditional print-out schedule as well. To create your own custom schedule in the app or in Google Calendar, you will be prompted to create a brief profile with SCHED. 

By clicking on the Schedule drop-down menu on the left, you may view the schedule in different ways. You may filter events by Type on the right-hand side as well. Also on the right, there is a mobile icon and printer icon for mobile and print views.  

A full guide on how to use all of Sched’s features is available here: https://sched.com/support/section/guide-for-attendees/ If you continue to have questions about SCHED, you can contact academicservices@goddard.edu (weekdays) and helpdesk@goddard.edu.

Put in a ticket with our IT Portal at https://techsupport.goddard.edu

Have a great residency!
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Ah-Keisha McCans

Visiting Scholar (GGI) and Goddard Alum
Ah-Keisha McCans holds a BFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College, and M.S.Ed in Reading, Writing, Literacy from the University of Pennsylvania. She is an award-winning songwriter and playwright, program director, creative arts and literacy educator, cultural impact consultant, and youth advocate. An educator for 20 years, Ah-Keisha has taught across diverse demographics, in public, charter, independent schools, colleges and community spaces using an energetic, literacy-forward, arts-informed, dialogue-driven approach that provides opportunities for folx to engage in discourse, problem-solving, and truth-telling that supports institutional growth while centering antiracist, culturally responsive and trauma-informed culture and practices.

Before delving more deeply into education, Ah-Keisha was an artistic director of a theatre company based in Harlem, and later the founding project director of an arts and stem program centering gender equity in the music industry. Ah-Keisha has been a champion for diversity, equity and community growth across many demographics including K-12, colleges/universities, non-profit organizations, and mental health and rehabilitation centers, having worked in education in various roles including as a theatre educator, library media specialist, ELA teacher, and student advisor.

Adjunct professor and thesis advisor for the Masters of Arts in Applied Theatre program at the City University of New York's School of Professional Studies (CUNY) School of Professional Studies, Ah-Keisha is host of WHBLE’s weekly podcast, “Education as Liberation” now streaming on Apple Podcasts, iheartradio podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher Podcasts, and www.Anchor.fm/whble. Ah-Keisha's debut children's picture book, "Pots" is set to be released in Spring 2022.

To learn more about WHBLE visit: www.wholebodyliteracy.com.

Follow WHBLE on Twitter: @whble1
Follow WHBLE on Instagram: @whble_works
Read her work on Medium
My instagram is @kindred_wisdom
Twitter is @kindredwisdom

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