Webinar Series 4 of 4

Digital Badges for After-School, Summer and Extracurricular Programs

Webinar archive now available:
Wednesday, Mar. 24, 3:00 pm (Eastern)

 

How do we recognize what students are learning after the school day ends?

 

After-school and extracurricular programs have never been more important. With so much concern about "learning loss" during this pandemic year, after-school programs offer a wide range of opportunities for students to stay engaged in learning. These programs, whether offered by the school or by community partners, will be critical to keeping many students on track through this spring and summer and into next school year.

 

Digital Badges can be the bridge between after-school/summer sessions and the classroom. After-school providers can award badges to show what students have learned; classroom teachers can use those badges to see what motivates students and where their skills have improved. Badges can let the whole community help students learn and grow.

 

Join us for this month's webinar on Digital Badges for After-School Programs. You will learn strategies for getting started with badges for after-school and summer sessions and for your school's extracurricular activities.

 

This session is the fourth of our four-part webinar series, each focusing on one pillar of Digital Badges: Personal Skills and Social Growth, Academic Achievement, College and Career Readiness, and After-School Programs. Each pillar will be covered in a 30-minute webinar, with prior recordings available to everyone who registers.

 

Sign up and join the conversation. You will have a chance to ask questions and share ideas about how you can make this happen in your school. We are looking forward to a great conversation!

Register here for Digital Badges for After-School Programs on Wednesday, Mar. 24, 2021, 3:00 pm (Eastern).

If you can't make the live webinar, be sure to register anyway, and we'll send you a link to the archived recording afterward.

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