Here are four sessions to help you with your child’s learning during the COVID-19 pandemic… and beyond!
Register for any or all of the workshops. Once you register, you will be provided with the link to join the workshop.
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The sessions will be presented in English but a translated summary will be available in other languages.
Study Tools for High School Students
Presented by A’Kena LongBenton
Thursday, October 15, 1-2 pm on Zoom
Join us as we introduce five easy Web 2.0 study tools that parents can share with their high-school aged children to master their next class test. These study tools include: Chegg Prep, Flashcard Machine, Gnowledge, JeopardyLabs, and Quizlet. These interactive tools can help identify students’ learning gaps and can be used at any time, any place, and any pace.
A’Kena LongBenton is a faculty member of Wayne County Community College.
Building School and Community Partnerships for Student Success
Presented by Wisam Brikho and Christy Osborne
Thursday, October 29, 1-2 pm on Zoom
Parents and caregivers are the most important partners in the education of our children. In this session, parents and caregivers will learn how to support the well-being, health and education of their children. We will explore helpful resources for multilingual families and ways to connect with community services.
Wisam Brikho is Immigrant Student Consultant for Oakland Schools. Christy Osborne is English as a Second Language Consultant for Oakland Schools.
Online Resources for Young Learners
Presented by Felicia Geeter
Monday, November 9, 6:30-7:30 pm on Zoom
Let’s explore free and low-cost resources to support you and your children during remote learning. Most of the tools are designed for elementary children, but older students may also find them useful.
Felicia Geeter has worked in education for 17 years. She spent 13 years as a first-grade teacher and currently works as an ELA Instructional Coach. She holds a BS and MAT in Reading from Oakland University.
No More Yelling: Calm Clear Talk to Help Guide Children’s Behavior
Presented by Rachel Rennie Klingelhofer
Monday, November 16, 10-11 am on Zoom
We often find ourselves saying the same things to our kids over and over, and finally yelling. Instead, let’s try talking in ways that are more effective and only need to be said once. Using these practices will help our kids know what is expected, feel competent, and minimize conflict.
Rachel Rennie Klingelhofer is a faculty member of the University of Michigan School of Education.