K-12 Community Partnerships: Boost Funding, Create Work Programs & More
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
With reduced funding and budget cuts, many schools struggle to provide the best experience for their students. Community partnerships can provide K-12 schools with the resources and support needed to enhance the educational experience. How can you form and develop strong partnerships within your community in order to improve student learning? Join us for our highly-informative, 60-minute webinar where you will discover:
How to assess opportunities and develop community partnerships
Strategies for creating a program that is mutually beneficial for all
Tips for obtaining additional funding & resources from your partners
Real life examples of the most successful community relationships
Keys for Finding the Perfect Partner to Support Your School
What makes a good partner: Understand important qualifications
How to make your school look like an attractive partner
Strategies for reaching out & establishing a community partner
How to Cultivate a Mutually Beneficial & Rewarding Partnership
Establish a mutually cooperative mission: What should be included
Measurable goals that work: Creating a partnership plan
Real world examples: Successful partnership plans already in action
Gain Additional Support: Keys for Acquiring Resources from Your Partners
Boost Financial Support: How to gain monetary gifts from your partners
Effective methods for acquiring corporate grants from sponsors
Student work programs: Enhance the K-12 experience through partnerships
Proven methods to measure, evaluate, & refine results
Interactive Question & Answer Session - Have your questions answered by the expert!
About The Speaker
Linda Coyle is a STEM Education Consultant with ExploringSTEM, LLC and her background spans a 34-year career in K-12 and Higher Education. Most recently, she provides consulting services to Science Foundation Arizona and the AZ STEM Network in the collaborative development of the STEM Immersion Guide and the AZ STEM Network Web-based Community.
Linda previously served 26 years in the classroom and then in high profile roles with the Paradise Valley Unified School District in Phoenix, AZ. Her roles included K-12 STEM Curriculum Specialist and CREST STEM School Coordinator, as well as K-12 Curriculum Specialist for Science, Health and Physical Education.
Linda also served as a Science Cohort Instructor for both the "Teach for America" program and the Induction, Master of Education and Arizona Teacher Certification programs at Arizona State University. She has also taught at the Community College level.
Linda holds a B.S. degree from Eastern Michigan University and a Master's Degree from Arizona State University. She was awarded the 2004 AZ Middle School Science Teacher of the Year, and in 2005 was a state finalist for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Instruction.
Join us for this 60-minute webinar to discover how to create mutually beneficial partnerships for your K-12 school.