Are you interested in learning more ideas about creating an exciting, enriching learning environment?

What kinds of activities can we do with students and volunteers to support reading comprehension?  And to say “thank you” to our wonderful, supporting teachers?

How can I write a blog post?  How do I get people to read it?

These are great topics that we will discuss at the next in-service training.  I hope you can join us!

In the meantime, please feel free to share ideas with your teams, and with fellow volunteers here, on the blog:

1.  What most “successful” activities have you organized with students in WePAC programs?
2.  What rotating displays might appeal to students?
What could be engaging components? (e.g. tactile, living/ plant displays? Works created by students?)
3.  How do you envision accessing resources online?  In a blog?

Training info:

When?  Wednesday, March 21st, from 10:00 A.M. to noon.

Please RSVP by Wednesday, March 14.

Where?  Circular Lounge at Main Line Reform Temple: 410 Montgomery Avenue, Wynnewood, 19096.

Mobility note: Facilities are wheel-chair accessible.

Transportation & driving: There is free parking available.  We can provide transportation from the WePAC office to the temple and back: please note this in your RSVP.
(WePAC’s office is at 3603 Hamilton St., 19104.)
The temple is also a short walk from public transportation via the 44 bus (to City Hall).

Check out our past trainings:

http://wepac.wordpress.com/2012/01/17/classroom-management-for-volunteers/

http://wepac.wordpress.com/2011/11/08/in-service-training-on-reading-aloud/