Teach with Confidence: A Workshop for Youth Educators
Posted by Pennsylvania State University on February 15, 2016
Penn State Extension: Teach with Confidence: A Workshop for Youth Educators
This workshop will engage youth educators in the process of developing youth curriculum that incorporate the primary components of effective lessons. Participants will be able to apply the concepts that they are learning in the workshop session to existing plans. The knowledge and skills that members learn through this workshop can be put to use immediately. Participants will leave with the right tools to get them started down the path to effective planning and implementing engaging lessons!
Participants will be asked to provide examples of their own teaching and learning experiences (good and bad), and how they believe planning played a role in the outcome of the experience. Promoting quality learning experiences are critical to the success of our learners, and it begins with effective planning!
Date: Tuesday, March 1st, 2016
(Snow Date: March 8th, 2016)
Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: Penn State Center Engaging Philadelphia
675 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Instructor: John C. Ewing, Ph.D. Dr. Ewing brings with him over 16 years of experience in Agricultural Education through program planning and curriculum design. His areas of expertise include teacher preparation and experiential learning. Dr. Ewing is currently an Associate Professor of Agricultural and Extension Education and an Undergraduate Program Coordinator at The Pennsylvania State University.
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