Kikori 101: Play. Reflect. Connect. Grow.


Presenters: Bryn Lottig & Kendra Bostick

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About the Webinar:

Kikori is a new community-driven app that is designed to make experiential education and social emotional learning activities accessible for facilitators and educators. We believe that through experiential education, we can help youth (and adult youth!) connect with themselves, others and the planet. 

The goal of the Kikori’s platform is three-fold:

● To support the experiential ed community in sharing experiential education activities

● To support educators in implementing more experiential ed for whole-child learning

● To create a space for facilitators and educators to connect, grow and co-create

Through this webinar, we will share with you Kikori’s current features - how you can discover and search for experiential education activities, organize and arrange activities through playlists, and create and share your own activities with others! We’ll also share one of our favorite sequences and how you will be able to search for virtual activities (feature on its way!). If you are new to apps, we’ll guide you through any how to’s you may have and answer any questions you may have. Lastly, we’ll share ways that you can get involved if you’re interested in co-creating with us at Kikori!

**Note: Kikori is NOT a platform for participants to interact with directly, but rather a tool for educators and facilitators to discover, organize, create and share activities, as well as build their facilitation skills.

About Bryn: 

Bryn is an experienced instructor and facilitator in the education, adventure, and outdoor industries. Her skills include Wilderness Medicine, Challenge Course Management, Corporate Training, and Adventure Education. 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 and works as an Adventure Program Coordinator for an EL (Expeditionary Learning) School in Northern Wisconsin.

About Kendra:

Kendra Bostick, LCSW, MEPD, began her PhD studies in Education at the University of New Hampshire in 2019. In 2017, Kendra completed her second Masters degree in Education with a focus on how to use Adventure Programming and Experiential Education to maximize meaningful learning within the education system. Following her undergraduate and MSW degrees from the University of Michigan, Kendra became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and worked as a School Social Worker for six years and as a therapist within inpatient child and adolescent behavioral health units in Chicago for two years.