Online Workshop: Building your Toolbox for Student Support – Jun 23
This workshop is part of the Office of Children and Families (OCF) Adult Education’s Spring professional development workshop series for adult educators, administrators, and volunteers.
Knowing your role is the first step in knowing how you can support students. In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to examine your own role and boundaries around that role. Then, you will take inventory of the tools your organization provides, which community resources you are connected to, and where there are gaps. With these tools mapped out, it will be easier to see what needs still exist, which community relationships are most important, and how you can provide support to your students effectively in your role.
About the Facilitator: Amy Ballard (she/her) is an adult educator and curriculum writer. She holds a Master of Education degree with a focus on TESOL and adult literacy. She has worked in community-based programs and community colleges teaching GED preparation, English for speakers of other languages, college readiness, and parenting skills to support child development. Amy currently co-facilitates PHENND’s Trauma-Informed Educator Cohorts for community-based programs and higher education professionals. She is a co-author of Trauma-Informed Principles for Online Teaching and Learning Spaces.
Date and Time: Friday, June 23, 2023, 10:00-11:30 AM
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