Professional Development Center

Educator Forum: Meaningful Conversations about College and Careers

Wednesday, November 13, 2019, 4:30-6:00pm

University Events Room, 7th floor, Glickman Library

314 Forest Avenue, Portland, ME

Register here: https://forms.gle/42eaVJWGz11SvjWi9

Alternatively, download a PDF registration form

 

Cost for attendance is $15 per person, and includes certificate for 1.5 contact hours. Light refreshments will be provided.


Downloadable Flyer (PDF)

Explore ways to support students during informal discussions about their plans after high school in this interactive workshop. Participants will analyze and practice strategies to have meaningful conversations with students about their postsecondary aspirations. These strategies will support a school-wide comprehensive guidance program. Topics to be covered include how to have post-secondary conversations with students, resources that inform these conversations and how to support students in their short and long-term aspirations exploration. The intended audience for this Forum is teachers, education technicians and other school staff who serve students in grades 5-12. 

 

Facilitator

Michael Hale, Director of College, Career, and Citizenship at Casco Bay High School, Portland

 

Educator Forums are professional development events for educators of similar positions or responsibilities to explore new or best practices in their field. Forums provide an opportunity for educators to engage with peers, build new understandings from prior knowledge, and reflect on past practices.

Contact the PDC with any questions:

Julie Marsh, Program Coordinator
Professional Development Center
pdc@maine.edu
207-780-5400