Mind in the Making (MITM)
Rhodes Hall - S163
Monday, October 24, 2016 · 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Mind in the Making (MITM), developed by Families and Work Institute (FWI), is an unprecedented effort to share the science of children’s learning with the general public, families and professionals who work with them.
The MITM workshop series consists of 8 sessions, each focusing on techniques to support on of the essential life skills in yourself and in your students. The first session will introduce the program; each subsequent session will focus on one of the seven essential skills: focus and self-control, perspective taking, communicating, making connections, critical thinking, taking on challenges, self-directed engaged learning. Participants will set personal goals to help them enhance their professional practice and promote children’s development of each of the skills.
SESSIONS: Mondays from 4:30-6:30 pm
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FACILITATORS: Dottie Bauer & Debby Gove
Dottie Bauer has taught children in preschool, Head Start, early intervention, and public school classrooms in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and has been on the faculty at Keene State College for more than 25 years. She supervises pre-service teachers in primary grades classrooms in the region, and enjoys watching people - children and adults - learn and grow.
Debby Gove is a graduate of Keene State College and Antioch New England University. She has been employed in Early Childhood Education for 30 years in childcare and public school classrooms. Currently she is the preschool teacher at Emerson School in Fitzwilliam.
Debby and Dottie completed the MITM training in June and want to share it with all of you! We hope you will join us.
COST: Only $65.00 for all 8 sessions, includes book and light refreshments.
TO REGISTER: Contact the Continuing Education Office at 603-358-2290 or email us at:firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is part of the Southwest Center Featured event series.
To request accommodations for a disability, please contact the coordinator at least two weeks prior to the event.