Faces of Change 2 Introductory Program

Providing a Pathway for Students to develop their Talents, Interest, and Abilities
Faces of Change 2
Faces of Change 2
FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. - March 20, 2019 - PRLog -- The Faces of Change 2 Introductory Program provides a foundation for teachers, parents, social workers and mentors to understand how and what that relationship should look like for students presently and in the future. By using the Faces of Change Timeline as a central focus we will introduce the central theme of the Faces of Change 2 program. Participants are provided with the groundwork on how to use Faces of Change activities in the classroom while counseling, advising, or serving as an advocate for the student.

This four-part webinar series is divided into 2 sections. The first 2-part webinar series provides instruction while you experience the activities as a student yourself. The 2nd-set of webinars will cover you as an instructor on how to deliver the material to a student. At the end of the 2nd session, we will go over how to use the book and the activities throughout the year as self-directed learning for students.

The Participant Sessions will be held on Wednesdays, April 10th and 17th and the Instructor Sessions will be held on Wednesdays, May 1st and 15th all at 10:00 AM Eastern. Each session will last approximately 45 to 60 minutes and will be recorded. An optional feature of the program will be the review of your curriculum planner for the upcoming school year in August of this year. Registration and more information are available at https://fofc2.eventbrite.com.

About FFES: Foundation for Educational Success (FFES) is a "one-stop-shop" for parents, mentors, educators, school administrators, youth and youth service workers looking to improve the climate, culture, and relationships that drive them. The foundation was launched in 1998 as part of the founders' commitment to revolutionizing education and providing hope to young people and those who serve them. FFES seeks to be your partner in changing lives and bridging this disconnect to bring the different worlds together.

About Presenters: Reggie B. Beaty, President /Co-Founder of FFES, earned a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's in Aerospace Education and built a stellar 20-year career in the United States Army, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Afterward, Beaty served for 10-years as Chief Operating Officer with Communities In Schools of Georgia, where he helped to build the non-traditional schools Performance Learning Centers and Georgia's

Tony L. Owens, Director/Co-Founder of FEES, has devoted over 21 years of his life to working with difficult-to-reach youth. He earned his bachelor's degree from Clark Atlanta University and a proven educator and administrator successfully directing alternative schools and social programs that address students in at-risk situations.

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Location:Fayetteville - Georgia - United States
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