Central to Neighborhood Learning Alliance’s mission is the goal of building the capacity of partner organizations. Quality training for staff creates not only a stronger and healthier provider organization, but also a stronger and healthier community as that training and learning is passed on to service recipients.
Our last session was such a success, we thought we'd do another round! Join Shayna Willis for another engaging training on Learning Styles.
At our previous training, Shayna explored the VAK (visual - auditory - kinetic) learning styles model, but there are many others! Attend Learning Styles Round 2 to discover other models and techniques to engage ALL students in school and program activities!
So, you attended Everything Afterschool in March and made some great contacts with enrichment providers that you'd like to bring into your afterschool program. Or, maybe you already host enrichment activities during your program, but you'd like to be more effective in engaging your students.
Join Gateway to the Arts for a training on the best practices in hosting enrichment during out-of-school time, and get the most out of your partnership!
Obtaining a high school diploma contributes to significantly better life outcomes for youth, yet many Pittsburgh students never reach this goal. Intervention efforts are often focused at supporting students during their high school years when the risk of not graduating is most critical. To lower the number of students who fall into this "high-risk" category, intervention needs to start sooner. This training, presented by Higher Achievement, will teach you how to create a culture of graduation success with your students in grades 5-8.
Neighborhood Learning Alliance is offering monthly Graduation Champions Trainings. At Graduation Champions Trainings, participants learn about the current drop out crisis facing our youth. They are then armed with knowledge about Pittsburgh Public Schools graduation requirements, remediation options, and strategies to coach students to reach their goals for high school and beyond. Free copies of the Graduation Guide are also available at these trainings for participant use and distribution.
Neighborhood Learning Alliance's Unofficial Guides to Graduation will also be given to attendees for their personal use and for distribution to students in their lives.
Wednesday, May 22nd
10AM-11:30AM OR 5:30PM-7PM
Emanuel United Methodist Church
856 Crucible Street, Elliott
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