May 6, 2019
Kalamazoo Radisson Downtown | Kalamazoo, MI
Join your peers and colleagues for the Michigan AfterSchool Association Spring Conference in downtown Kalamazoo. This is your chance to interact, learn and grow together with your peers, be motivated by inspirational speakers and learn best practices in out-of-school time programming at the annual conference.
Who should attend: Anyone who works with children ,school time administrators, school counselors, social workers, early childhood professionals, youth workers, and anyone who is in the OST field should attend. MAA is the largest out of school time membership association in the state. Any questions for information about scholarships or questions regarding our upcoming conference please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
The 7 Strengths Model for Success: Embracing and Using the Power of Social Emotional Learning and Literacy to Change Children’s Lives
Pam Allyn will share a powerful model for integrating social emotional learning and literacy best practices for after school and summer hours: all the times that matter most and where children and young adults can advance rapidly as learners, as readers, as writers and as strong, confident young people. With the 7 Strengths, Pam has built curriculum and best practices that support children at all levels of literacy learning to achieve their best goals and outcomes. In this session, Pam will share the ways we can use authentic texts and authentic writing experiences to help all children share their stories, read deeply and widely and engage with academic learning to profoundly improve achievement through deep and meaningful engagement with literacy.
Do you have other colleagues that would like to attend the conference, but aren’t members yet? Send them over to the non-member registration page and register for the Spring Conference and they will receive an MAA membership with their registration!