Online Professional Learning and
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21st Century Community Learning Centers

Approaches to Learning (Four-Part Series)

Join the Y4Y Team to explore facilitation methods, structures and activities that provide a variety of pathways to increase student engagement and learning. Hear from subject matter experts and practitioners about strategies they’ve used to build trusting relationships with students and community members. Explore how to use student voice and choice to cater to the varying learning styles, backgrounds and experiences of your students. Learn about Y4Y and other resources, and become a pro at creating onsite and virtual learning environments. If you’re already an expert, come and share your knowledge and experiences.  

Don't forget to visit the Approaches to Learning discussion board here to download any tools!

Webinar #1: Building Trust With Students in the Whole Environment

Webinar #2: Building Trusting Relationships Through Student Voice and Choice

Webinar #3: Building Trust With Community Members

Webinar #4: Building Trust in a Virtual Environment

Please Note: A Certificate of Participation is only available to those who participated in the live events. Certificates will not be issued to those who view the recordings.

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