Strand: Increasing access and equity in CTE and STEM
Time: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 from 9:15 – 10:30 am
Room: Williamsburg

ABSTRACT

Experience NAPE’s unique approach to professional learning through the process we use (the Program Improvement Process for Equity/PIPE) and the lens we apply (the Micromessaging Cultural Framework), and explore how these approaches are embedded in our Suite of Professional Development Programs. Participants will see these tools applied in the context of NAPE’s turnkey toolkits, including Explore Nontraditional Careers, Explore STEM Careers, Realizing Potential with Mindset, Inspiring Courage to Excel through Self-Efficacy, Ensuring Equity in Problem-Based Learning, and the latest Eliminating Barriers through Culturally Responsive Teaching, and its new Career Guidebooks focused on the Construction and Manufacturing industries. Walk away with actionable items to help you and your team to implement effective solutions to increase student access, educational equity, and ultimately workforce diversity in your community and state.

PRESENTER


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Ben Williams, Ph.D.
Vice President of Programs
NAPE

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Event Timeslots (3)

Williamsburg
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TUESDAY | WILLIAMSBURG
Experience NAPE’s unique approach to professional learning through the process we use (the Program Improvement Process for Equity/PIPE) and the lens we apply (the Micromessaging Cultural Framework), and explore how these approaches are embedded in our Suite of Professional Development Programs. Participants will see these tools applied in the context of NAPE’s turnkey toolkits, including Explore Nontraditional Careers, Explore STEM Careers, Realizing Potential with Mindset, Inspiring Courage to Excel through Self-Efficacy, Ensuring Equity in Problem-Based Learning, and the latest Eliminating Barriers through Culturally Responsive Teaching, and its new Career Guidebooks focused on the Construction and Manufacturing industries. Walk away with actionable items to help you and your team to implement effective solutions to increase student access, educational equity, and ultimately workforce diversity in your community and state.

Tuesday, April 17
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TUESDAY | WILLIAMSBURG
Experience NAPE’s unique approach to professional learning through the process we use (the Program Improvement Process for Equity/PIPE) and the lens we apply (the Micromessaging Cultural Framework), and explore how these approaches are embedded in our Suite of Professional Development Programs. Participants will see these tools applied in the context of NAPE’s turnkey toolkits, including Explore Nontraditional Careers, Explore STEM Careers, Realizing Potential with Mindset, Inspiring Courage to Excel through Self-Efficacy, Ensuring Equity in Problem-Based Learning, and the latest Eliminating Barriers through Culturally Responsive Teaching, and its new Career Guidebooks focused on the Construction and Manufacturing industries. Walk away with actionable items to help you and your team to implement effective solutions to increase student access, educational equity, and ultimately workforce diversity in your community and state.

Session 1 (Tuesday 9:15-10:30)
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TUESDAY | WILLIAMSBURG
Experience NAPE’s unique approach to professional learning through the process we use (the Program Improvement Process for Equity/PIPE) and the lens we apply (the Micromessaging Cultural Framework), and explore how these approaches are embedded in our Suite of Professional Development Programs. Participants will see these tools applied in the context of NAPE’s turnkey toolkits, including Explore Nontraditional Careers, Explore STEM Careers, Realizing Potential with Mindset, Inspiring Courage to Excel through Self-Efficacy, Ensuring Equity in Problem-Based Learning, and the latest Eliminating Barriers through Culturally Responsive Teaching, and its new Career Guidebooks focused on the Construction and Manufacturing industries. Walk away with actionable items to help you and your team to implement effective solutions to increase student access, educational equity, and ultimately workforce diversity in your community and state.

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