Coursework Connections Webinar - Students as Leaders and Advocates: Creating a Website for Teachers and Families

Date:

July 14, 2020

Time:

Training is from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Details:

Early On Center for Higher Education Coursework Connections Webinar

Students as Leaders and Advocates: Creating a Website for Teachers and Families by Julie Ricks-Doneen, Assistant Professor, Human Development and Child Studies, Oakland University

In this webinar, instructor and students together will provide an overview of a project that students developed in the undergraduate Professionalism, Leadership and Advocacy course in the Early Childhood Program. Building on prior course experiences, the students developed a website focused on diversity that provided resources for families and teachers. Students worked in teams to develop sections of the website.

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Trainers:

Julie Ricks-Doneen, Assistant Professor, Human Development and Child Studies, Oakland University

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