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Penn Foster is pleased to offer FREE Early Childhood Education Webinars to our students and guests! For each live presentation attended, you will receive a certificate to share in your portfolio or to hang in your early childhood classroom/office. Please note that certificates will be given only to those of you that have logged in by clicking on the link sent in the confirmation email. Furthermore, to earn a certificate, you must be logged in for the entire session.

Here are April 2017's Early Childhood Education webinars. Click here to register for one or all of our free webinars. All times are Eastern Standard Time.

Biweekly Webinars - Select the date that works best for your schedule.

Topic - Open Office Hour: APA Citation, Research and Reference Assistance for Early Childhood Papers and Projects

Instructor - Betsy Reichart and an Early Childhood Instructor, Penn Foster

Synopsis - Join Penn Foster Librarian Betsy Reichart and an ECE instructor for any upcoming APA in ECE Open Office Hour Session. In this informal Q&A session, we will discuss APA citation, references, research, resources and more. Bring your questions and take-away information that will enable you to be successful in your Early Childhood courses and written assignments. Attendance is optional for this Open Office Hour; no Certificates of Attendance are awarded for participation in this session.

Tuesday, April 11 @ 2:00PM Eastern

Topic - Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Webinar Series - Session Four: Preparing for the Verification Visit

Presenter - Nancy Moretti, Penn Foster

Synopsis - If you are in our CDA Prep Program or are completing one of the Penn Foster Career School programs and plan to seek your CDA Credential, these webinars are for you! We will meet once a month and each session will cover specific steps in the CDA journey. Please join Nancy Moretti, Department Chair and CDA Professional Development Specialist for one or all of the session.

Tuesday, April 11 @ 8:00PM Eastern

Topic - Planning for NAEYC's Week of the Young Child

Presenters - Katie Walsh and Sarah Owens, Penn Foster

Synopsis - Penn Foster instructors Kate Walsh and Sarah Owens are excited about 2017’s rapidly approaching “Week of the Young Child”, scheduled this year for April 24 – 28th. In this hour-long session, Kate and Sarah will share some background information about the history and importance of WOYC, and we’ll consider ways to promote WOYC to parents and local communities. New for this year: we’ve pulled together dozens of creative, easy, and fun activities that incorporate the five daily themes into your classroom setting throughout the week-long celebration, and all ideas offer the opportunity for children to learn about DIVERSITY. Spend some time with us and pick up culturally-diverse ideas about how to plan for “Music Monday”, “Tasty Tuesday”, “Work Together Wednesday”, “Artsy Thursday”, and “Family Friday”. Let’s get ready together to celebrate Week of the Young Child!

Thursday, April 13 @ 9:00PM Eastern

Topic - Story Master: A Guide to Storytelling for Educators and Parents - A Creative Approach for Making Reading and Writing Fun!

Presenter - Radha Rajasekar, Penn Foster Student

Synopsis - This is a webinar based on the book - Storytelling: Story Master (Reading and Writing for Kids): Reading for Kids: A Guide to Storytelling for Parents and Educators. Author - Amir Khan. Story Master is a concise but an incredibly valuable guide for teachers and parents looking at finding creative ways to teach storytelling to their children. The book is result of a wonderful language arts course taught by the author Amir Khan residing in Dallas, TX. The author strongly believes that teachers should have the ability to match VARK (visual, auditory, reading-writing, and kinesthetic) learners with appropriate stimuli.

Monday, April 17 @ 8:00AM Eastern

Topic - Don’t Pull Your Hair Out: Study Tips for Quizzes, and Exams!

Presenter - Nancy Moretti, Department Chair of Early Childhood and General Education

Synopsis - Do you struggle with your multiple-choice exams? Does studying cause you stress out make you want to pull your hair out? If so, please join in this discussion to learn tips and strategies for stress-free studying! Study tips are transferable; you will take them with you as you enter your career, so learning organizational skills, time management, how to prioritize, problem solve, and self-discipline while studying will assist you in the workforce as these skills are closely related to the skills that employers look for.

Monday, April 17 @ 10:00AM Eastern

Topic - Better Writing, Better Results with Grammarly

Presenter - Gregory Carpets, Senior Account Manager at Grammarly

Synopsis - Grammarly's online writing assistance tools encourage polished grammar, better overall wordsmithing, and intelligently adapt to a student's personal style. Grammarly provides explanations to help students avoid repeating the same mistakes and to turn in more polished essays and projects. Plus, every licensed version of Grammarly comes with plagiarism-checking for an additional layer of peace-of-mind and accountability for students. With over 1000 institutions on board, Grammarly fuels academic success, creating better students and happier teachers.

Monday, April 17 @ 12:00PM Eastern

Topic - Tips and Techniques for Student Success in Online Courses

Presenters - Sarah Owens and Katie Walsh, Early Childhood Instructors

Synopsis - Managing time wisely, creating environments conducive to study, and preparing for assignments and exams are challenging tasks for any student in high school, career or college settings, and most especially for students in online courses. ECE instructors Sarah Owens and Katie Walsh are here to share with you their favorite success strategies and numerous tips, tricks, and techniques that are proven to increase student success! Bring your own ideas to share with others, and take away fun, easy, and creative ways to manage your time and make your student life easier!

Monday, April 17 @ 2:00PM Eastern

Topic - How to Transfer your Associate’s Degree from Penn Foster to Western International University

Presenter - Kory Guerrero, Corporate Education Liaison at Western International University

Synopsis - During this session, Kory will share everything that you need to know to transfer to Western International University, including information on their wonderful programs as well as on our transfer and articulation agreement. If you enjoy online learning and interested in into continuing on after earning your Associate's Degree here at Penn Foster, you will want to attend this session.

Monday, April 17 @ 4:00PM Eastern

Topic - Please register for Stewardship: Making the Most of What You Have Received

Presenter - Alexander Grant, Employee Development

Synopsis - We are living in the age where even a quality education is at one's fingertips. What would usually take years, can be achieved in months. Yet for many who are near or have achieved graduation, the question of "What's next" looms in the background. At times, even those with the most expensive education can still question if what they received was worth it. Does one get the degree, diploma or certificate just to say that they obtained it? Or is there a need for a change in perspective and intention when it comes to our education. The latter question is , "Yes". And this presentation will look out how seeing our education (and even employment) as something to invest as a steward. And in this stewardship, it is not just our responsibility to invest wisely. With the right perspective, it will become a passion that will bring success to more than just ourselves.

Monday, April 17 @ 6:00PM Eastern

Topic - Finding Your Dream Job: Using Tools of the Digital Marketplace

Presenter - Betsy Reichart, Librarian and Instructor

Synopsis - During your one hour with Betsy, you will learn about writing resumes and cover letters, email, job search strategies, digital tools (including Indeed, Craigslist, Classifieds, and Professional Organizations), social media, and job search tools provided by Penn Foster (including the Penn Foster Student Community, Career Cruising, and the Penn Foster Digital Library).

Monday, April 17 @ 8:00PM Eastern

Topic - Why Humanities Matter

Presenter - Tina Krawcyk, Music Instructor

Synopsis - During this one hour presentation, our music instructor will share what humanities are, why students need to take humanities courses, and how humanities courses will be useful to students in both their education and in their career. If you are a high school or college student, please try to attend this session.

Tuesday, April 18 @ 8:00AM Eastern

Topic - Resume and Cover Letters That Will Make You Shine!

Presenter - Krystal Marsh, English Instructor

Synopsis - A successful resume and cover letter are key components to getting that interview. These materials are how you will make your first impression to a potential employer-- so it's important to take the time to understand how resumes and cover letters work and how you can create your own using your own skills and your own voice. Join us to learn how to write resumes and cover letters that will make you shine!

Tuesday, April 18 @ 10:00AM Eastern

Topic - Writing in the Workplace: The Professionals Point of View

Presenter - Christina Elvidge, Sr. English Instructor

Synopsis - This presentation will focus on how the types of writing students learn and practice in their English courses prepare them for their careers. Students will hear testimonials and advice from professionals across disciplines from education to engineering to medical and veterinary technology that focus on the importance of good writing and communication skills.

Tuesday, April 18 @ 12:00PM Eastern

Topic - Putting your Best Self Forward When Interviewing

Presenters - Melissa Miller, Instructional Designer and Anne Fox, Senior Content Manager

Synopsis - The interview process can be complex and demanding, both physically and emotionally. Being prepared is key to the success of a candidate, this will help them feel confident. A candidate who presents themselves well has a much greater chance of obtaining the position for which they are being interviewed, than that of a candidate who appears unkempt, nervous, or uncomfortable. This session will walk students through the interview process, from preparation to now that it is over.

Tuesday, April 18 @ 2:00PM Eastern

Topic - Avoid the Plagiarism Problem - Learn How to Cite in MLA and Stay Safe

Presenter - Katherine Sanger, English Grader

Synopsis - Plagiarism is an issue that plagues students at all levels. But it doesn't have to. Learn how to find a source, cite sources, and use MLA format to avoid accidental plagiarism. Get answers to questions about the process and learn about resources available.

Tuesday, April 18 @ 4:00PM Eastern

Topic - YES! Penn Foster Has a Library and Soon We Will Have a Brand New and Improved One!

Presenter - Betsy Reichart, Librarian and Instructor

Synopsis - Please join Betsy for an informative session on Penn Foster's brand new digital library. We will discuss tips on how to search it and how to use it for every program and course you take at Penn Foster. A discussion of the Career tools will also be included. This session is for current Penn Foster Students only.

Tuesday, April 18 @ 6:00PM Eastern

Topic - Three Ridiculously Simple Strategies to Ace Your Courses!

Presenter - Shawna Ebbeson, Guest Speaker

Synopsis - Let's face it. Going back to school is hard! Equip yourself with these three ridiculously simple strategies (proactive planning, time management, and stress management) to improve your overall performance.

Tuesday, April 18 @ 8:00PM Eastern

Topic - Career Readiness: Preparation for Work and Beyond!

Presenter -Nancy Moretti, Department Chair

Synopsis - To open the door to successful careers, we need to act with integrity respect and must be team players. Being an excellent communicator, collaborator and a critical thinker are also important to successfully tackle new problems. Additionally, we must be flexible and be able to meet the needs of our organization and clients. We must be organized, detailed, and know how to prioritize tasks.

Tuesday, April 18 @ 10:00PM Eastern

Topic - Getting Started at Aspen University

Presenters - Jamie Vangeest (Director of Corporate Partnership) and Sarah Ramirez (Academic Liason), Aspen University

Synopsis - Aspen University is going to present specific information on the articulation agreement between our schools. In this session, you will learn the amount of transfer credits awarded by program, the cost of tuition, and program length. Also discussed will be the academic programs available to all Penn Foster students and the benefits of using Aspen University to continue your education. Additionally, topics relating to building good study habits, time management, and tips to fit school into your busy life while maintaining a healthy work/life balance will be covered. Aspen University will also cover the resources available to you to assist in successfully completing your next degree. This includes an overview of class structure and a listing of student support services available.

Wednesday, April 19 @ 8:00AM Eastern

Topic - You've Landed Your Dream Job and Now You Need Child Care!

Presenter - Nancy Moretti, Department Chair

Synopsis - Imagine that you have graduated, interviewed for, and a fantastic career opportunity is on the table! You are excited, but you have never left your child in the care of anyone outside of the family and will need child care. You know that it is important to enroll your child in a high-quality program, but what is a high-quality program? Where should you begin? What questions should you ask? If this sounds like something that you can imagine happening when you are ready to begin your career, please join Nancy Moretti for a one hour webinar! Nancy has worked in the field of early childhood for 28 years and is here to share tips on using your five senses to find a program that works for you and your family!

Wednesday, April 19 @ 10:00AM Eastern

Topic - Ideas and Techniques to Rock that Job Interview

Presenters - Diane Placidi, Veterinary Academy Externship Assistant and Katie Walsh, ECE Instructor

Synopsis - Diane Placidi is back with even more tips, tricks, and techniques for How to Rock The Job Interview! Join us as she reviews how to prepare, dress and present yourself, draft cover letters and resumes, answer difficult questions, conduct by-phone and in-person employment interviews, and more! Instructor and former business owner/administrator Katie Walsh will also share her experiences as an employer seeking to hire the most qualified professionals. At the end of the session, the forum will be open for your questions and answers.

Wednesday, April 19 @ 12:00PM Eastern

Topic - Success in Online Courses: Tips for the Independent Learner

Presenter - Tessa Scrobola, General Science Instructor

Synopsis - This presentation will help you be a successful online student. It will outline the resources and tools you have here at Penn Foster. You will also receive some general study tips and skill to help you succeed as an independent learner.

Wednesday, April 19 @ 2:00PM Eastern

Topic - Be Your Own Instructor: How to Ensure You Are Your First - and Best - Teacher in Your Online Courses

Presenters - Melissa Herzing, English Teacher Assistant and Katie Walsh, Early Childhood Instructor

Synopsis - “Where do I start with my course? Where are the exam instructions? What will be covered on the exam?” These are just a few of the questions students ask as they begin their online learning experience. Students are naturally eager to complete exams, and they don’t always devote sufficient time to review the necessary materials and prepare for their exams. (And as former students, we’re guilty of this too!) That’s why, in this webinar, we will explore effective strategies you can use to “slow your roll” when studying for exams, and more importantly, when learning, understanding, and applying your course’s content. In online courses, you become your first - and most important - instructor, and we’ll show you how to do this. Join us as we examine the structure of a typical course, explore the importance of your digital study guide, interpret your course syllabus, and use your textbook effectively. You have the tools you need to be successful; let our professional instructors show you how to use them!

Wednesday, April 19 @ 4:00PM Eastern

Topic - “Dear Instructor”: Questions You’ve Always Wanted to Ask, and Advice You Never Knew You Needed

Presenters - Michelle Shadle, Business Teaching Assistant and Katie Walsh, Early Childhood Instructor

Synopsis - There are bits of sage advice every instructor wishes they could share with students to empower them and promote their success. There also are universal questions and challenges all Penn Foster students express. “Dear Instructor” is the Penn Foster version of our very own “Dear Abby”, and in this fun, funny, and fast-paced session, we’ll visit with an an instructor and a teaching assistant, we’ll invite you to ask questions (optional), and we’ll share our helpful guidance and responses to many frequently-asked questions and students’ challenges. You won’t want to miss this informal and informative Q&A, so pour yourself a cup of coffee, pull up a comfy chair, bring your curiosity and your queries, and take away ideas and advice that will support YOUR success as a Penn Foster student! Our visit, Q&A, and information will apply to all students in Penn Foster’s High School, Career and College courses.

Wednesday, April 19 @ 6:00PM Eastern

Topic - Say What? Online Etiquette for Communicating in a Digital World

Presenter - Shawna Ebbeson, Guest Speaker

Synopsis - What you say is not nearly as important as how you say it. In this one-hour webinar, we will highlight the importance of business etiquette in digital communication. We will focus on three common communication follies and provide an easy framework to improve business communication behaviors, employability, and professional advancements.

Wednesday, April 19 @ 8:00PM Eastern

Topic - Everyday Leadership: How to Recognize and Utilize Ordinary Opportunities To Develop Your Leadership Potential

Presenter - Katie Walsh, Early Childhood Instructor

Synopsis - Are you comfortable identifying yourself as a "leader" in your chosen field? Is this a title you're hoping to one day earn, but don't yet believe you're deserving of? What makes someone a leader? In our conversation, we'll consider the differences between being a Boss versus a Leader. We'll explore ways to drive change and make a positive impact. We'll also examine simple strategies you can use to develop your own inherent strengths and leadership potential as a professional in any career and employment setting.

Thursday, April 20 @ 8:00AM Eastern

Topic - Information Session on the New SAT Test for High School Students and Recent Graduates

Presenter - Mariam Dawoud, High School Math Instructor

Synopsis - This presentation will give high school students and recent graduates a closer look into the New SAT Test, sometimes referred to as the Redesigned SAT. This webinar will walk students through the College Board website, and explain the registration process, where to find information on test components, and where to get free valuable test practice. Also, during this live session, students will learn more about SAT Subject Tests, and the available resources to use in preparing for the tests.

Thursday, April 20 @ 10:00AM Eastern

Topic - Basic Computer and Technology Skills Needed to Be a Successful Online Student and Employee

Presenter - Rianna Johns Karalunas, English Instructor

Synopsis - The Basic Computer and Technology Skills Needed to Be a Successful Online Student and Employee presentation will provide an overview of computer skills and knowledge needed to be a successful online student, as well as a future or current employee. The presentation will explain various aspects that online students and employees should know, such as email programs, search engines and internet browsers, Word processors, spreadsheets, and privacy, hardware terms, and viruses and malware.

Thursday, April 20 @ 12:00PM Eastern

Topic - Getting Back Into the Swing of Things

Presenter - Katherine Sanger, English Grader

Synopsis - It's becoming more popular to take time off after high school before going to college, come back to college after a break, or start attending college for a career change or advancement. For those who aren't used to including time for classes, the adjustment period can be difficult. Instead of suffering, learn time management methods and ways to keep an eye on the prize while working through your degree program.

Thursday, April 20 @ 1:00PM Eastern

Topic - Building a ‘Personal Brand’ that ANY Employer Would Want!

Presenter - Frank Britt, CEO and President

Synopsis - Please Join Penn Foster’s CEO and President, Frank Britt to learn more about the “What, Why, and How of Building a Professional Reputation”. This is a session that you will not want to miss!

Thursday, April 20 @ 2:00PM Eastern

Topic - The Impact Social Media has on Landing a Job

Presenter - Kristen Schenck and Laurie Kostick, Success Coaches

Synopsis - This webinar is designed to raise awareness of the impact social media has on landing a job. It stresses the importance of creating a professional image and how to develop it online. The objectives outlined in the presentation are: Identifying Social Media Platforms Employers Are Viewing, Developing a Professional Online Image, Establishing Professional Online Engagement, and Searching For Jobs Online. Presented in a bright and friendly manner, these helpful tips, how to steps, and resources are intended to educate and inspire the audience to re-evaluate and polish their online professional image to increase their chances of securing employment.

Thursday, April 20 @ 4:00PM Eastern

Topic - Nail Your First Impression: Writing Your Cover Letter and Resume

Presenter - Kate Coble, Life Cycle Marketing Manager

Synopsis - Your first impression with a potential employer starts with your application. Feel confident with tips and tricks about writing your cover letter, resume, and follow-up Thank You notes. Showcase your skills and work towards refining your resume. This session was designed to help students prepare to navigate the job application process with applicable tips and tricks. Students will learn formal business writing skills that they can use to stand out in the sea of applicants.

Thursday, April 20 @ 6:00PM Eastern

Topic - Professional Development for ALL Professions: How Will YOU Advance in Your Career?

Presenter - Katie Walsh, Early Childhood Instructor

Synopsis - If you search the internet for the term "professional development", you'll generate results that seem exclusive to the field of education. Go ahead, Google it now. I'll wait here. See? Despite what you've found, teachers haven't actually monopolized the market of professional development - but we have mastered it! But what if you're not a teacher or planning a career in education? Do you still need to think about, plan for, and work toward your own "professional development"? The answer is YES! You'll definitely want to join me for this conversation as I reveal "teacher-insider" tips and techniques, strategies and (maybe a few) secrets that will ultimately support YOU as you take charge of your career!

Thursday, April 20 @ 8:00PM Eastern

Topic - You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth: Writing Tips That Promote Academic Integrity

Presenter - Shawna Ebbeson, Guest Speaker

Synopsis - Let's face it! Going back to school is hard and plagiarism isn't as cut and dry as "don't copy and paste" (Tapp, 2014)! Gain critical writing skills that promote academic integrity with three simple tips to combat plagiarism.

Thursday, April 20 @ 10:00PM Eastern

Topic - Transitioning from College to Career

Presenter - Tarrah Whitehead, Manager of Alumni and Doctoral Relations at Aspen College

Synopsis - Transitioning from college to career can be a daunting task. Many, with degree in hand, ask "what's next?" There are many avenues one can take. The first is developing a plan. This presentation will assist you in developing a plan which will help you choose a career that is best for you and the knowledge you have acquired.

Friday, April 21 @ 8:00AM Eastern

Topic - A Crazy Little Thing Called Life! The Journey to Finding Work-Life Balance

Presenter - Dr. Amanda Teter, Assistant Director of the Veterinary Academy

Synopsis - Do you feel like you are running in circles? Do you keep saying yes but are unsure of how you'll fit in all the commitments? Do you feel like you just can't fit everything you do into the time you have available? If so you are not alone! Please join us for "A Crazy Little Thing Called Life." This presentation will use a real life example of how you can find balance even when life seems out of control. You'll be provided with tips and suggestions for how to find that work-life balance.

Friday, April 21 @ 10:00AM Eastern

Topic - Top Skills of a Valued Employee—Do You Have Them?

Presenter - Rachel Levy Wexler, VP of Product Development

Synopsis - In today’s world, knowing how to fulfill the job requirements and related tasks simply isn’t enough to get (or keep!) the job. One’s own personal skills, actions towards others, and ability to perform as part of a team make the difference between a good employee and a truly great employee. Join this session to learn about the 10 most important “power skills” that employers value in their employees.

Friday, April 21 @ 12:00PM Eastern

Topic - Introducing: Penn Foster Career Link - Connecting Skills with Jobs

Presenter - Sara Dellecave, Director of Lifecycle Marketing and Student Outcomes

Synopsis - During this session, attendees will have a sneak peek into Penn Foster's new Career Services offering which we will launch in 2017. This presentation will share a high-level introduction to where we are heading with our offering, vision and mission for the service, the importance of ePortfolios, connectivity to employers, showcasing skills, and results from surveys.

Friday, April 21 @ 2:00PM Eastern

Topic - Avoid Plagiarism! Learn How to Cite in APA!

Presenter - Betsy Reichart, Librarian and Information Literacy Instructor and Nancy Moretti, Department Chair

Synopsis - Plagiarism is taken seriously in both academia as well as in the work environment, so it is important to recognize how to prevent it from happening. Plagiarism can be both intentional and unintentional as such; it is important to know how to avoid it. The simplest form of plagiarism to avoid is intentional plagiarism (sharing papers with others, writing papers in collaboration, buying papers from the internet, or copying whole passages from another without giving credit to the author). Simply stated, don’t do this, you will get caught! In this webinar, we will focus on unintentional plagiarism. Join us to learn the importance of citing sources, when to cite, how to properly cite in APA, and how to avoid unintentional plagiarism. During the session, we will explore a few virtual field trips to assist you in citing correctly! This is a session that you will not want to miss!

Friday, April 21 @ 4:00PM Eastern

Topic - Job Searching Opportunities Within City Year

Presenter - Fiona Kirebwa, National Recruitment and Coordinator and Krista Acosta Regional Recruitment Manager, Northeast at City Year

Synopsis - The presentation is about the City Year AmeriCorps member position. Each year, over 3,000 youth dedicate a year to national service in their cities and other low-income communities across the country. The presentation will delve deeper into this opportunity and what it entails, including but not limited to the requirements, the job description, and the benefits the corps members receive.

Friday, April 21 @ 6:00PM Eastern

Topic - A Humorous Lesson in ʺNailingʺ that Interview!

Presenter - Kelly Rippon, Allied Health Instructor

Synopsis - This presentation allows the viewer an inside look at Rhonda and her interview experience. This session will offer attendees real-time feedback on how to answer the twenty most popular interview questions.

Friday, April 21 @ 8:00PM Eastern

Topic - Time Management: Set Priorities While Remembering that there are Only 168 Hours in a Week!

Presenter - Nancy Moretti, Department Chair

Synopsis - We are all unique, but one thing that we all have in common is the fact that there are 168 hours in our week and although we all have the same amount of time, we all have different priorities, obligations, and tasks that we must complete. As a result, efficiently managing our time is important to our personal, professional, and academic success. In this webinar, we will learn tips and strategies to assist in time management. If you struggle to get everything crossed off your to-do list, please consider attending this session.

Monday, April 24 @ 2:00PM Eastern

Topic - Loving Literacy: Make and Take Books

Presenter - Dr. Tisha Shipley, Guest Speaker

Synopsis - In this webinar, you will learn how to build the love of literacy through hands-on engaging activities and how to use Make and Take books in your classroom so that children are learning and also engaged!

Tuesday, April 25 @ 9:00PM Eastern

Topic - Distance Education and the Early Childhood Provider

Presenter - Nancy Moretti, Penn Foster

Synopsis - The early childhood field is rapidly moving toward a more professional and highly-educated workforce. However, many individuals who work with young children and families have difficulty advancing their professional preparation due to constraints of time, money, and transportation. Distance education offerings can be highly effective in meeting the professional development needs of early childhood caregivers, teachers, and administrators.

Friday, April 28 @ 2:00PM Eastern

Topic - Using Children's Literature to Build Engaging Lessons: Cooking with Students

Presenter - Dr. Tisha Shipley, Guest Speaker

Synopsis - In this webinar, participants will learn how to build engaging literacy lessons and how to cook with books.