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AEE has created a professional development hub so you can continue to grow yourself and your team.  Here you can partake in training sessions led by industry specialists excited to share their inside knowledge and know-how!  We want to provide educators with an opportunity to continue to push themselves in their education, so that they can bring even more experience and value to their students and clients.  AEE now also offers a catalog of complimentary and paid webinars, providing you with a great deal right off the bat!  And we’re only getting started - more webinars are being added every month!

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Upcoming Webinar

Description:
Join us for this engaging webinar on hiring practices to increase racial diversity and ensure a supportive culture to retain your staff of color. Recruitment and retention of people of color are often the biggest challenges organizations face when striving to increase racial diversity within their staff. A personal commitment and relationship to racial equity is the foundation for getting the results you are looking to create.

Presenter Bio:
Fleur Larsen started facilitating 20 years ago on challenge course programs with youth and adults. Today, Fleur’s work as a Seattle-based facilitator is focused on equity, social justice, diversity and inclusion, team building, emotional intelligence, experiential education and community development.

From Fleur:
I am committed to being accountable as a white person doing anti-racist work. I am in active and direct relationship with colleagues and friends of color, organizations led by people of color and communities leading liberation and anti-racism work (Coalition of Anti-Racist Whites, NAC, People's Institute and others). I am open and honest about my own blindspots and racism as I lead authentically with other white people.

Cost:
$19.95 AEE Members / $29.95 Non-Members
CEU's/CECs Available


Upcoming Course:

Experiential Education Foundations

Module 1: What is Experiential Education (EE)? Sat, Feb 3 at 3pm EST/12pm PST
Module 2: What Drives EE in the Classroom? Sun, Feb 11 at 2pm EST/11am PST
Module 3: What Does EE Look Like in the Classroom? Sun, Feb 18 at 3pm ET/12pm PST 

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Length: 1 hour per module + additional assignments before/after the live event
CEU/CEC's Available
Cost:
MEMBERS: $50 per module or $125 for the course
NONMEMBERS: $75 per module or $200 for the course

"As educators, we are constantly looking for a variety of ways to engage in professional development. As a new school focusing on experiential education, this online course is perfect for our board and school directors to engage in a shared experience that will launch ongoing conversations and curriculum development planning. This online course also allows us the opportunity to connect with other like-minded educators who are trying to create meaningful education in experiential learning schools. Thank you AEE for curating this important series."

Marin Burton, Ph.D.
Faculty, Center for Creative Leadership
Board member, The Experiential School of Greensboro

Course Description:
Are you an innovative educator looking to create a more engaging and effective classroom? Are you becoming bored by your own lesson plans? Do you want to understand the core concepts of experiential education and how to incorporate them into your work? If you answer yes to any of these questions then reserve your seat for our 3-part course that will help you transform your classroom and engage your students like never before!

This course will be more in-depth than our previous webinars and will include group interaction, reading assignments, and a final assessment. Those that attend all 3 modules and complete the assessment will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course. Click here to see a course syllabus.

Presenters:
The many contributors to this course include:
Dr. Gordon Grant: Director of Education, North Carolina Outward Bound School
Dr. Cheryl Bolick:  Associate Professor, University of North Carolina
Nikki Gamrath: Asst. Head of School, The College School
Winnie Needham: Asst. Professor of Education Studies, Principia College
Ed Maggart: Head of School, The College School
Rayna Dineen: Education Consultant and Director: Reading Quest Center

 


 

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How Webinars Work for You 

  • Directly applicable topics and takeaways from industry-leading experts.

  • Reduced training time and costs – no travel expenses!

  • Cutting edge information on key experiential education issues.

  • Direct access through Q&A segments to answer your questions immediately.

  • Include your staff as well AT NO COST.

  • Webinars are recorded and available in the AEE Webinar Archive.