Day 2 continues the Summit and focuses on the EXPLORE theme. OTOK representative Greg Paul starts with reminder of “Why are we doing this.” The Summit then begins by reviewing four themes that emerged from your study circles as common issues and wish-list items. Four presenters with considerable field and life experiences deliver a series of four lightning talks. A lightning talk is a very short presentation, typically 5 minutes, presented by different speakers in a single session, sometimes called a “data blitz.” In our format, the data blitz centers on four topics that emerged from the five study circles as top concerns.
As you will soon see, we explore, extend, and envision -- all by looking back on our experiences and discoveries in the four-part series of five study circle gatherings and then forward as we explore ways to take your action plans into the future.
9:00 Introduction and preliminaries Summit Coordinators - Betsy Cauble (K-State, ret.), Janice Dinkel (K-State, ret.), Tim Davis (FHSU)
9:10 Why are we doing this? Greg Paul, OTOK
9:20 Lightning Talk
9:45 Q&A, Discussion
10:15 OTOK Toolkit Demo #1 Mari Edwards, OTOK
Local Data Development
10:30 Statistics are people Dr. Sue, OTOK
10:45 From the Field Katrina Pollet, Peggy Pratt and others, KS juvenile justice administrators
11:00 Q&A, Discussion
11:15 Adjourn Summit Coordinators
"Parking Lot" discussions continue for interested participants*
*A parking lot is a list of issues that have been "parked" or set aside for later discussion. This strategy allows the scheduled meeting to stay on time while allowing an extended discussion later for those who would like to know more.
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