After-School/School-Age Curricular Framework Training
This course defines and explores curriculum within the context of after-school programs and helps staff develop the resources necessary to create intentional learning experiences and activities to support both academic and social-emotional learning for school-age children. Experiences and activities are intentionally designed to support a program’s goals for school-age children.
This course is offered in partnership with the Wisconsin After-School Network and the Marshfield Clinic Health System, proudly enriching the health of our communities. The WAN and MCHS receive generous support from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, and Supporting Families Together Association.
This course provides 15 hours of continuing education Tier 3 training on the Registry and supports YoungStar criteria. The course is being offered in a combined online format of five modules that include independent online work and five live virtual sessions.
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Understand key ideas and concepts in a curricular framework
- Make decisions on how to assess needs and how to incorporate new knowledge into current practice
- Reflect upon, and refine, implementation of a school-age curricular framework
- Put back-home applications to work in programs successfully
Dates and locations to be announced.