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Welcome to the VIPKid Community Events page! Some events listed here may be organized by the VIPKid Community Team, while others are teacher-led events.

Please note that all event organizers, attendees, and speakers are required to follow the Events Code of Conduct. Additionally, we expect all VIPKid teachers and employees to adhere to the Community Guidelines.
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Teacher Meetups
Connect with VIPKid teachers outside of the classroom! 
The most frequent events for the teacher community are VIPKid Meetups. Meetups are teacher-led gatherings (currently hosted online) that provide a place for VIPKid teachers to meet one another, connect in a meaningful way, learn something new, and provide support and friendship (among other things). In addition to this page, check the Weekly Teacher Update for the most up-to-date information and announcements related to Meetups.

 See the list of registered Virtual Meetups below. Click the Meetup title directly to see more details and register for each individual event. 

If you think there's a Meetup missing from the list, check back every few days as it is updated weekly. 

If you register for a Meetup but are no longer able to attend, please contact the host directly to let them know. Online platforms have limits on the number of participants, so hosts can open up that spot for another teacher to attend.
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In-person Meetups are still on hold due to COVID-19, and we will be sure to let the community know as soon as there are any updates.
September 2022!
Let's meet up with VIPKid friends! 
 ​​​​​​​Meetups this Month

Thursday, September 1
STRETCH!
Virtual Game Night​​​​​​​
​​​​​​​Fitness for All

Friday, September 2
Power Hour Bootcamp

Saturday, September 3


Sunday, September 4
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Create, Craft, and Chat (and Paint)

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Monday, September 5
Zumba
Puzzle Party

Tuesday, September 6
Terrific Tuesdays: Games and Trivia 
Terrific Tuesday Nights: Games and Trivia
​​​​​​​Fitness for All

Wednesday, September 7
Power Hour Bootcamp
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Wednesday Watch Party​​​​​​​


Thursday, September 8
STRETCH!
Virtual Game Night​​​​​​​
​​​​​​​Fitness for All

Friday, September 9
Power Hour Bootcamp

Saturday, September 10


Sunday, September 11
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Create, Craft, and Chat (and Paint)


Monday, September 12
Zumba
Puzzle Party

Tuesday, September 13
Terrific Tuesdays: Games and Trivia 
Terrific Tuesday Nights: Games and Trivia
​​​​​​​Fitness for All

Wednesday, September 14
Power Hour Bootcamp
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Wednesday Watch Party​​​​​​​


Thursday, September 15
STRETCH!
Virtual Game Night​​​​​​​
​​​​​​​Fitness for All

Friday, September 16
Power Hour Bootcamp

Saturday, September 17


Sunday, September 18
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Create, Craft, and Chat (and Paint)

Monday, September 19
Zumba
Puzzle Party

Tuesday, September 20
Terrific Tuesdays: Games and Trivia 
Terrific Tuesday Nights: Games and Trivia
​​​​​​​Fitness for All

Wednesday, September 21
Power Hour Bootcamp
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Wednesday Watch Party​​​​​​​


Thursday, September 22
STRETCH!
Virtual Game Night​​​​​​​
​​​​​​​Fitness for All

Friday, September 23
Power Hour Bootcamp

Saturday, September 24


Sunday, September 25
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Create, Craft, and Chat (and Paint)

Monday, September 26
Zumba
Puzzle Party

Tuesday, September 27
Teachers in Touch: A Safe Place to Land
Terrific Tuesdays: Games and Trivia
 
Terrific Tuesday Nights: Games and Trivia
​​​​​​​Fitness for All

Wednesday, September 28
Power Hour Bootcamp
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Wednesday Watch Party​​​​​​​


Thursday, September 29
STRETCH!
Virtual Game Night​​​​​​​
​​​​​​​Fitness for All

Friday, September 30
Power Hour Bootcamp

Saturday, October 1


Sunday, October 2
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Create, Craft, and Chat (and Paint)

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Host a Meetup

​​​​​​​Click on the button below for more information on planning and registering your own Virtual Meetup with VIPKid. 
Host a Meetup
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Events Code of Conduct

The Teacher community is unlike any other community out there. The goal for all events (teacher-led and those organized by staff) is to provide a diverse, inclusive, and welcoming environment for the VIPKid teacher community to connect, learn, engage, and have fun with one another. We value and appreciate the participation of all teachers and look forward to creating friendly and welcoming spaces for everyone in attendance—whether online or in person. 

VIPKid reserves the right to modify or adjust this Code of Conduct at any time and without notice. Your hosting of an event or registration or attendance at any event (teacher-led or one organized by staff) indicates your agreement to abide by the following principles: 


  1. Communicate with kindness. 
  2. Be mindful of how you interact with others.
  3. Assume the best intentions.
  4. Harassment and discrimination will not be tolerated. 
    • ​​​​​​​We are dedicated to providing a harassment and discrimination-free eventexperience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), technology choices, or membership in any protected class. We do not tolerate harassment of or discrimination against event participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate for any event venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Meetups, Twitter, and other online media. Event attendees violating these expectations may be expelled from the event without any applicable refund at the discretion of the event organizers. ​​​​​​​
    • If you believe you are being harassed or discriminated against, or believe someone else is being harassed or discriminated against, or have any other concerns, please contact events@vipkid-intl.com. For Meetup-related concerns, please email meetup@vipkid-intl.com. 
  5. All those in attendance at events are expected to follow this Code of Conduct and the VIPKid Community Guidelines and may be asked to leave if any of these principles are violated. 

VIPKid endeavors to build a safe, supportive, and connected teacher community and works to create events and opportunities to empower teachers.  It is important that every event attendee adheres to these principles in order to create positive spaces in which the teacher community can continue to grow.

FAQs
Where can I find more information about attending or hosting  a Meetup?
What is the Superhost program?

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What is the Diversity Speaker Series?

In alignment with VIPKid’s commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and the Community Guidelines that were released last summer, the Diversity Speaker Series is a quarterly series of virtual events that will provide teachers with opportunities to hear from unique perspectives and viewpoints, challenge personal paradigms, and celebrate diversity. Thought leaders and experts will be invited to speak on a variety of topics that could include race, ethnicity, gender, identity, religion, age, veteran status, ability status, and social justice. 


As part of VIPKid’s diversity mission to create a global classroom where all are welcomed to learn, we believe that teachers with diverse perspectives and backgrounds are essential to our mission of inspiring and empowering every child for the future. VIPKid is working to live our DEI commitment in practice and this series is one aspect of ongoing efforts to address DEI across all areas of VIPKid. We hope this series will continue to nurture an inclusive teacher community where everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, ability, gender, sexual orientation, age, or other personal identity factors is welcomed and valued.


All teachers are invited to register for the Speaker Series. Please note that there will be limited space for these events. The speakers will be announced in the Weekly Teacher Update as soon as the information is available. ​​​​​​​

Some Terms to know:

Diversity: Diversity has come to refer to the various backgrounds and races that comprise a community, nation or other grouping. In many cases the term diversity does not just acknowledge the existence of diversity of background, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation and so on, but implies an appreciation of these differences 

Equity: Equity is the guarantee of fair treatment, access, opportunity, and advancement for all stakeholders, while at the same time striving to identify and eliminate barriers that have systemically prevented the full participation of historically underserved and underrepresented populations.

Inclusion: Authentically bringing traditionally excluded individuals and/or groups into processes, activities, and decision/policy making in a way that shares power.
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Identity: Generally speaking, identity is the way that we as individuals perceive and express ourselves. In the context of this series, speakers may speak about the way that their identities have impacted their lives. Additionally, the series may invite you to reflect on your own identity more deeply or think about aspects of your identity that you may not have focused on previously. 


Sources: The Aspen Institute , Step Up Equity Matters

Diversity Speaker Series
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