Reflecting on School Age Care-Virtual Event-Live 10am-12pm

8/23/2022 10:00 AM-12:00 PM

 

Participants must be employed at a child care facility such as a child care center, school age facility, or family child care home.

 

 

 

 

 Participants must have a video camera on their device and be willing to turn it on during the training to ensure active participation throughout the event.

 

 

 

 


Course Description

 

We all have bad days. From ripped materials and screaming students to failed learning activities and chaotic transitions, all school age professionals have days they wished they could do over again. With reflective practice school age professionals can take these past “failures” and transform them into future success. Join other school age professionals in an in-person training that explores the process of reflective practice in afterschool and summer camp environments. Through hands-on interaction and collaboration, participants will gain valuable insight in how to spot potential weaknesses in their teaching approach and develop these shortfalls into strengthens.

Each participant will receive 2.0 CHC for attending and completing all required coursework.


Cost
Registration is $15.00

Presenting


Colin was born and raised in Virginia. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations from Radford University. Colin has worked in the North Carolina public school system since he settled in the state in 2015 and has supervised the largest after school program in his school district for the past few years. An advocate for embracing the community,he is constantly looking for different festivals, community service events, and local businesses.

 

In his spare time he enjoys spending time with family, watching sports, and doing voice overs for businesses and commercials. He is currently pursuing his Master’s degree from Clemson University. Colin’s passions include motivating others, listening to or creating music, and protecting the environment. He looks forward to continuing to serve our state!



 

Crystal Williams is the Statewide School Age Program Consultant located in the Western Region of North Carolina. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Western Carolina University.  Crystal joins the School Age Initiative with over 5 years of Child Care Resource and Referral experience.  She has almost 10 years combined Kindergarten and First Grade classroom teaching experience.  Her experience consists of providing high quality technical assistance and professional development and she is looking forward to continuing that work with School age professionals.  Crystal was born and raised in western North Carolina and she enjoys hiking and spending time with her husband and two children. 



Register
Registration open through 8/16/2022 11:59 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Location

Online

Via Zoom

Course link provided to all registered participants

 

 

Participants must have a video camera on their device and be willing to turn it on during the training to ensure active participation throughout the event.


Continuing Education
CHC: Hours - 2

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