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Training sessions are FREE and available to anyone who is interested in the topic.



Fall 2016 EdLion Series
November 10 and 17
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

The Fall 2016 EdLion Series will focus on using a TEAM concept in schools to have a positive impact on schools.
The sessions will focus on:
Using a TEAM framework through programming to reduce bullying and increase school climate and connectedness in your school.

Over the last 4 years, a research team at Penn State University has been collecting data around programming with a focus of teamwork to see the impact on bullying, school climate, and school connectedness. using a team concept in the school is proving to have positive impact on schools on a variety of levels. Project TEAM is the program that will be highlighted as it uses the team concept to make schools more effective.

Linsey Covert, a former school counselor and the Director of Project TEAM. She received her B.S. in Elementary Education from Shippensburg University and her M.Ed. in Counselor Education from Penn State. Project TEAM, Inc. is a non-profit that provides educational programming to school districts and other organizations. They offer an innovative and dynamic whole school approach to character education, career education, community outreach and parent involvement. The theory/framework/concept is base around the power of teamwork and how it can be used to teach children the foundations to current and future success.

The College of Education strives to provide you with ongoing preparation and support throughout your teaching profession. EdLion offers elementary and secondary teachers free online information sessions covering a variety of topics from familiar professors.

Recent Sessions:

Student studying with tablet

 "Special Education - Inclusion."

A two-session series presented by Dr. Kaleena Selfridge, assistant professor of Special Education at Penn State.

Session I, April 30, 2015
Academic aspects of Inclusion

View Session I here:

Session II, May 7, 2015
Behavioral aspects of Inclusion.

View Session II here:

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