[OYAN] Registration Now Open for the Oregon Afterschool Conference - Nov 3, 2012
katie.anderson at state.or.us
Mon Aug 20 16:23:44 PDT 2012
Hello! Below is a great professional development opportunity that focuses on your work with students when they aren't in school. While this conference isn't specifically for library staff, it is for everyone who provides programs and enrichment activities for students when they are not in school-if your library does summer reading, homework helpers, or has book clubs for teens and kids, this conference applies to you!
Attendees will get programming ideas and learn how better to integrate positive youth development into your programs and services. Those of you specifically interested in learning about science programming, you'll find lots of resources at this conference! This is also a great opportunity to expand your professional network beyond your library colleagues.
Below are the details. If you can't see the registration announcement below, go to: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=ugr9b8dab&oeidk=a07e699hrq74d1a8865&oseq=
Questions? Contact Lynn Kneeland, lynn.kneeland at oregonask.org<mailto:lynn.kneeland at oregonask.org>, 503-689-1656
Katie Anderson, Library Development Services
* Youth Services Consultant * Oregon Center for the Book Coordinator *
Oregon State Library, 250 Winter St. NE, Salem, OR 97301
katie.anderson at state.or.us<mailto:katie.anderson at state.or.us>, 503-378-2528
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Subject: Registration Now Open! Oregon Afterschool Conference - Nov 3, 2012
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Oregon Afterschool Conference
-STEM in Afterschool
November 3, 2012
Chemeketa Community College - Building 6 - Auditorium
4000 Lancaster Drive Northeast
Salem, OR 97309
Saturday November 3, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM PDT
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Registration is Now Open!!!
This is Oregon Afterschool for Kid's fourth year convening Oregon's afterschool professionals. As a collaboration of public and private organizations and community members, we are thrilled to host this annual conference to afterschool professionals working in child care, recreation, education, youth development and specialized content areas. We anticipate 350 people!
This year, our conference focus is on STEM in Afterschool. Our keynote presenter is Dr.Anita Krishnathurthi from Washington DC, from the Afterschool Alliance, where she is the Director of STEM Policy. She leads the Alliance's efforts to advance policies, research and partnerships so children and youth have rich STEM education experiences in their afterschool programs. Anita is an astronomer by training and has been deeply involved in science education and outreach to a wide variety of audiences for the past decade in a range of roles. As a scientist, she personally feels the urgency of expanding STEM learning opportunities and providing equitable access for a diverse group of children and youth. She strongly believes that afterschool programs play a critically important role in reforming STEM education and that they must be treated as strategic partners in STEM education.
2012 Workshop Topics:
* The Adolescent Brain- How It Works and How We Can Work With It
* An Intentional Approach to Positive Youth Development in Youth Programming
* Hands-on Science 101
* Sustainability in Afterschool - Creating your Plan
* Volunteer Management
* P.O.E.T.R.Y. in Motion
* Engaging Students in STEM subjects through FIRST Robotics programs
* So Now What? (You have the technology, what do you do with it?)
* and More!
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Please don't hesitate to drop a line to lynn.kneeland at oregonask.org<mailto:lynn.kneeland at oregonask.org> or call 503-689-1656 with any questions!
Look forward to seeing you there!
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