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Thursday, 12/08/2016

Cooking Matters for Families
Thursday, 12/08/2016 (04:00 PM - 06:00 PM)

Cooking Matters for Families is a six week cooking series for children and families. In this class, participants will learn the basic cooking skills necessary to prepare healthy, low cost meals and develop healthy eating habits at home, school and when eating out.

 

When: Thursdays - December 1, 8, 15; January 5, 12, 19.

 

 

Location

  • First United Methodist Church of Gilford, 18 Wesley Way, Gilford, NH, 03246

Tuesday, 12/13/2016

STEM Docent Open House
Tuesday, 12/13/2016 (05:00 PM - 06:30 PM)

If you love watching children get excited about something, love seeing those "ah-ha" moments when they figure something out, then you should consider getting involved in STEM Docents. STEM Docents are individuals dedicated to bringing hands-on, engaging STEM activities to NH's youth. There are many ways to be involved from volunteering to using UNH Cooperative Extension developed STEM curriculum in your classroom, 4-H group, or after school program. 

Come learn how at our OPEN HOUSE!

Date: December 13th

Time: 5:00 - 6:30

Location: STEM Discovery Lab, UNH Manchester, 88 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH 03101

RSVP by December 9 to: megan.glenn@unh.edu

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Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Thursday, 12/15/2016

Cooking Matters for Families
Thursday, 12/15/2016 (04:00 PM - 06:00 PM)

Cooking Matters for Families is a six week cooking series for children and families. In this class, participants will learn the basic cooking skills necessary to prepare healthy, low cost meals and develop healthy eating habits at home, school and when eating out.

 

When: Thursdays - December 1, 8, 15; January 5, 12, 19.

 

 

Location

  • First United Methodist Church of Gilford, 18 Wesley Way, Gilford, NH, 03246

Thursday, 01/05/2017

Cooking Matters for Families
Thursday, 01/05/2017 (04:00 PM - 06:00 PM)

Cooking Matters for Families is a six week cooking series for children and families. In this class, participants will learn the basic cooking skills necessary to prepare healthy, low cost meals and develop healthy eating habits at home, school and when eating out.

 

When: Thursdays - December 1, 8, 15; January 5, 12, 19.

 

 

Location

  • First United Methodist Church of Gilford, 18 Wesley Way, Gilford, NH, 03246

Thursday, 01/12/2017

Cooking Matters for Families
Thursday, 01/12/2017 (04:00 PM - 06:00 PM)

Cooking Matters for Families is a six week cooking series for children and families. In this class, participants will learn the basic cooking skills necessary to prepare healthy, low cost meals and develop healthy eating habits at home, school and when eating out.

 

When: Thursdays - December 1, 8, 15; January 5, 12, 19.

 

 

Location

  • First United Methodist Church of Gilford, 18 Wesley Way, Gilford, NH, 03246

Thursday, 01/19/2017

STEM Docent Creative Computing Challenge
Thursday, 01/19/2017 (09:00 AM - 04:00 PM)

STEM Docents are individuals trained to deliver high quality STEM programming to youth around New Hampshire. Join our team for the next STEM Docent training! This training will focus on engaging youth with computer coding through mobile application development. Already work with youth? The training may also be taken as professional development. PD hours and CEU documentation available.

Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Cooking Matters for Families
Thursday, 01/19/2017 (04:00 PM - 06:00 PM)

Cooking Matters for Families is a six week cooking series for children and families. In this class, participants will learn the basic cooking skills necessary to prepare healthy, low cost meals and develop healthy eating habits at home, school and when eating out.

 

When: Thursdays - December 1, 8, 15; January 5, 12, 19.

 

 

Location

  • First United Methodist Church of Gilford, 18 Wesley Way, Gilford, NH, 03246

Thursday, 01/26/2017

STEM Docent Creative Computing Challenge
Thursday, 01/26/2017 (09:00 AM - 04:00 PM)

STEM Docents are individuals trained to deliver high quality STEM programming to youth around New Hampshire. Join our team for the next STEM Docent training! This training will focus on engaging youth with computer coding through mobile application development. Already work with youth? The training may also be taken as professional development. PD hours and CEU documentation available.

Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Thursday, 02/02/2017

STEM Docent Creative Computing Challenge
Thursday, 02/02/2017 (09:00 AM - 04:00 PM)

STEM Docents are individuals trained to deliver high quality STEM programming to youth around New Hampshire. Join our team for the next STEM Docent training! This training will focus on engaging youth with computer coding through mobile application development. Already work with youth? The training may also be taken as professional development. PD hours and CEU documentation available.

Location

  • UNH STEM Discovery Lab, Pandora Building, 88 Commercial St, Manchester, NH, 03101

Tuesday, 02/21/2017

Strafford County Advisory Council Meeting
Tuesday, 02/21/2017 (06:00 PM - 08:00 PM)

Business meeting of the Strafford County Advisory Council members.

 

Agenda Items: Youth and Family program presentation

 

Program Presentations:

 

Administrative Staff Attending: TBD

Location

  • William A. Grimes Justice & Administration Building, 259 County Farm Road, Dover, NH, 03820

Saturday, 02/25/2017

Calling All Learners: Creating Inclusive and Respectful Classroom Culture
Saturday, 02/25/2017 (09:00 AM - 03:30 PM)

Classroom with Children

“Helping young children understand differences: Getting to the roots of inclusion”

Young children are naturally curious and begin to understand the world by recognizing human differences from a young age. Early Childhood professionals have an important role in helping young children develop a foundation of respect and inclusion. This work shop will focus on practical strategies for helping young children understand and appreciated differences.

“Transitions, Traditions, Routines & Rituals: Learning where you would least expect it”

Putting coats away, transitioning from activity to activity, putting things away, washing hands, cleaning up, etc. etc. This things seem to happen day in day weather we think about them or not. By carefully attending to transitions, traditions, routines and rituals early childhood professionals have the opportunity to foster positive relationships, build social skills and create a positive classroom/program culture. This workshop will feature strategies and ideas you can use to build a positive classroom culture.

“Creating Meaningful Family Involvement Plans: Work Session”

Family engagement is a cornerstone of a thriving positive & respectful program culture. Family involvement in early childhood programs has been associated with positive child outcomes such as, social competence, communication skills, cognitive development and expressive language skills. This workshop will present a framework for creating comprehensive family involvement plans, which participants will create as part of the workshop.

Location

  • Somersworth ELC, 35 Bartlett Avenue, Somersworth, NH, 03878

Saturday, 03/04/2017

Calling All Learners: Creating Inclusive and Respectful Classroom Culture
Saturday, 03/04/2017 (09:00 AM - 03:30 PM)

Classroom with Children

“Helping young children understand differences: Getting to the roots of inclusion”

Young children are naturally curious and begin to understand the world by recognizing human differences from a young age. Early Childhood professionals have an important role in helping young children develop a foundation of respect and inclusion. This work shop will focus on practical strategies for helping young children understand and appreciated differences.

“Transitions, Traditions, Routines & Rituals: Learning where you would least expect it”

Putting coats away, transitioning from activity to activity, putting things away, washing hands, cleaning up, etc. etc. This things seem to happen day in day weather we think about them or not. By carefully attending to transitions, traditions, routines and rituals early childhood professionals have the opportunity to foster positive relationships, build social skills and create a positive classroom/program culture. This workshop will feature strategies and ideas you can use to build a positive classroom culture.

“Creating Meaningful Family Involvement Plans: Work Session”

Family engagement is a cornerstone of a thriving positive & respectful program culture. Family involvement in early childhood programs has been associated with positive child outcomes such as, social competence, communication skills, cognitive development and expressive language skills. This workshop will present a framework for creating comprehensive family involvement plans, which participants will create as part of the workshop.

Location

  • World Academy, 138 Spit Brook Road, Nashua, NH, 03062

Saturday, 04/08/2017

Calling All Learners: Creating Inclusive and Respectful Classroom Culture
Saturday, 04/08/2017 (09:00 AM - 03:30 PM)

Classroom with Children

“Helping young children understand differences: Getting to the roots of inclusion”

Young children are naturally curious and begin to understand the world by recognizing human differences from a young age. Early Childhood professionals have an important role in helping young children develop a foundation of respect and inclusion. This work shop will focus on practical strategies for helping young children understand and appreciated differences.

“Transitions, Traditions, Routines & Rituals: Learning where you would least expect it”

Putting coats away, transitioning from activity to activity, putting things away, washing hands, cleaning up, etc. etc. This things seem to happen day in day weather we think about them or not. By carefully attending to transitions, traditions, routines and rituals early childhood professionals have the opportunity to foster positive relationships, build social skills and create a positive classroom/program culture. This workshop will feature strategies and ideas you can use to build a positive classroom culture.

“Creating Meaningful Family Involvement Plans: Work Session”

Family engagement is a cornerstone of a thriving positive & respectful program culture. Family involvement in early childhood programs has been associated with positive child outcomes such as, social competence, communication skills, cognitive development and expressive language skills. This workshop will present a framework for creating comprehensive family involvement plans, which participants will create as part of the workshop.

Location

  • Granite State College, 25 Hall Street, Concord, NH, 03301

Saturday, 06/03/2017

Calling All Learners: Creating Inclusive and Respectful Classroom Culture
Saturday, 06/03/2017 (09:00 AM - 03:30 PM)

Classroom with Children

“Helping young children understand differences: Getting to the roots of inclusion”

Young children are naturally curious and begin to understand the world by recognizing human differences from a young age. Early Childhood professionals have an important role in helping young children develop a foundation of respect and inclusion. This work shop will focus on practical strategies for helping young children understand and appreciated differences.

“Transitions, Traditions, Routines & Rituals: Learning where you would least expect it”

Putting coats away, transitioning from activity to activity, putting things away, washing hands, cleaning up, etc. etc. This things seem to happen day in day weather we think about them or not. By carefully attending to transitions, traditions, routines and rituals early childhood professionals have the opportunity to foster positive relationships, build social skills and create a positive classroom/program culture. This workshop will feature strategies and ideas you can use to build a positive classroom culture.

“Creating Meaningful Family Involvement Plans: Work Session”

Family engagement is a cornerstone of a thriving positive & respectful program culture. Family involvement in early childhood programs has been associated with positive child outcomes such as, social competence, communication skills, cognitive development and expressive language skills. This workshop will present a framework for creating comprehensive family involvement plans, which participants will create as part of the workshop.

Location

  • Keene YMCA, 200 Summit Road, Keene, NH, 03431

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