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More details will be coming but we wanted to be sure you had this on your calendar now.
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Access Code: 953-931-989
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Lunch & Learn for Wednesday – January 14, 2015 @ 11:00pm Eastern/12:00pm Central/11:00pm Mountain/10:00pm Pacific
Speaker: Ellen Ervin & Lynn Beachner
Senior Learning Network
Biography: As the former Director of WeMet Distance Learning Consortium, Ellen Ervin has worked in all aspects of technology. Her passion is distance learning because she sees the power in helping organizations and people make connections around the world. Through lifelong work in education, Ellen knows the value of lifelong learning.
Lynne Beachner has worked in education throughout her career in grades K-16 a teacher/professor, a coordinator of instruction, a principal and an executive director. She loves the curriculum and instruction side to education because that is where you engage students and create lifelong learners. She received her Ph.D. in Adult Education from Kansas State University.
NAAP Credentialing Center #1 – Activities/Programming
NCCAP Body of Knowledge #21 – Program Types
Specialty Tracks – AD/ALL/MC/EDU
Session #1 of #24
- acquaint the participants with resources available through video conferencing
- discuss the positive impact of educational programming on older adults
- find older adults who want to share their life story of talents with others
This program will acquaint activity directors with live programming videoconferencing. How it works, what’s available and how to access it. Participants will also hear from an Activity Director, seniors who have experienced the programs and older adults who present on the network through a program called Open Windows.