Read to Feed: Common Core and Global Education (session 2)
Tuesday, November 12, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Read to Feed: Common Core and Global Education
Adopting new curriculum frameworks doesn’t have to come at the expense of innovative instruction. Heifer’s Education staff will lead this session designed to reveal how Heifer’s engaging, relevant Read to Feed program can help you cover your new Common Core standards while developing global citizenship skills in your students.
Registration is FREE. The course size will be limited to allow for questions and interaction. The course will be hosted online using Blackboard Collaborate.
Registered participants will receive instructions and a link to the online session via e-mail.
For more information about Heifer International's Read to Feed program, visit www.ReadtoFeed.org
Heifer International School Programs
Read to Feed is a unique reading incentive service-learning program that integrates global education into core instruction while building reading skills and a desire to help others in elementary-age children. As they learn about the world and their place in it, students become passionate about taking action, and use reading as a vehicle to enact real change. Children, individually or as a group, ask friends and family members to sponsor them for each book, page, or unit of time they read during a time frame set by their Read to Feed leader. At the end of the program, the group pools its funds and donates them to Heifer International to help millions of people around the world feed their families and reach self-reliance through the gifts of livestock and training. For 20 years, educators around the United States, South Africa, Hong Kong, Zambia have used Read to Feed as a way to increase students’ enthusiasm for reading and passion for making the world a better place.