Sign up for these upcoming webinars by NCFL (2018)

You’re invited to attend the following webinars provided by the National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) and our partners. Check out our upcoming fall/winter lineup and be sure to register!

Applied Digital Skills and CS First with Google | November 9, 2018, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST

Join us for a free webinar on Google tools you can leverage in your classrooms and communities. We will spend an hour hearing from Google experts on CS First and Applied Digital Skills. CS First and Applied Digital Skills are both free, easy-to-use curricula available online. CS First introduces students to computer science with fun, engaging projects that teach them to code, and is used by more than 1 million students in 75+ countries. Applied Digital Skills uses project-based learning to help students and adults form critical digital skills for life and jobs.

Presenter: Shahla Naimi, Program Manager, Grow with Google and Google for Education

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Supporting Families in Reading | December 14, 2018, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST

“Read with your children every day!” Families hear this message from educators, pediatricians, and public service announcements. But what do we really expect parents to do? Join us for this webinar to learn specific reading strategies that can be used both in school and at home to support children’s literacy development.

Presenter: Becky Goetzinger, Reading Specialist, National Center for Families Learning

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Communications: Making an Impact with Your Message | January 11, 2019, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST

For nonprofit organizations, many times your communications and marketing budgets are small or even nonexistent. There are still ways to make an impact with your message through free or low-cost methods. Utilizing the NCFL Communications Toolkit will set you on the path to getting your message out and making an impact!

Presenter: Karen Richardson, Director of Communications, National Center for Families Learning

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Supporting Adult Learners’ Employability Skills | February 8, 2019, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST

Often, the challenge facing adult learners is not as much getting a job as it is keeping that job. Instructors can help support students’ development in skill areas other than just academics to alleviate this challenge. Specific strategies for supporting soft skill development and integrating higher order thinking skills in adult learning curriculum will be shared in this webinar. Join us to learn about new features coming to the Learn to Earn Toolkit as well!

Presenter: Patricia Lovett, Team Leader, Family Learning, National Center for Families Learning

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