Registration Deadline: 1/22/24 at 6pm
Part 1: Where to start? In this training, learn how and when to start planning for your summer program, set program goals, and utilize the Best Practices for Summer.
SUMMER! Creating a Quality Summer Program: This is a 5-part learning series to help newer Site Coordinators, and Program Directors learn how to plan a fun and engaging quality summer program to help battle learning loss that naturally occurs over the summer months. The learning series will take you through the steps needed to develop and plan an engaging program for the youth in your programs. Over the course of the 5 sessions, you will learn how to develop your summer goals and plan your theme(s) and your weeks. Learn how to disguise learning, create project-based learning activities, and engage your TK/K learners for a full day of programming. Attend one training or all five!
Part 1: Where to start? In this training, learn about how and when to start planning for your summer program, set program goals and utilize the Best Practices for Summer.
Part 2: Project Based Learning and Inquiry Based Learning: Learn how to develop in incorporate Project Based and Inquiry Based Learning into your summer programs. Plus a discussion on summer scheduling challenges.
Part 3: Disguising Learning in summer: Learn tips and tricks into disguising English, Math, Science, and more in your Summer Program. This training will help your staff understand how to develop hands-on activities that will allow students to engage and explore many areas of interest. Help students ignite their interest in reading, math, science and more by developing creative activities.
Part 4: The uniqueness of operating a Summer Program for the “Littles”: Our incoming TK/K and 1st graders. Learn tips to keep the youngest learners engaged all day through meaningful play experiences.
Part 5: Building in Social Emotional Learning – At the core of ALL programming: Learn the Best Practices centering on Social Emotional Learning and how to support your students as well as your staff. Also a general overview of Summer and time for Q and A.
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