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Please join the Capacity Building Work Team in the Children and Youth Institute at Michigan State University Extension for the following webinar featuring Dr. Danielle Lake from Grand Valley State University – Engaging Students in Wicked Problems: Strategies for inspiring and preparing students to tackle messy, place-based challenges.
How can we prepare students to tackle wicked problems? What pedagogical methods can be used to address interdependent, high-stakes systemic problems in our communities?
This webinar will suggest we need to pursue an experiential, collaborative learning model: working across networks, disciplines, and institutions in order to tackle our social messes. Participants will discover strategies and explore possible methods for better preparing students to collaboratively tackle the wicked problems within their field.
This webinar will take place on July 8 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time. All are welcome to attend.
During this webinar, Kathryn Hoy, Manager of the Cornell Center for Behavioral Economics in Child Nutrition Programs, will introduce and briefly review the new Professional Standards for State and Local School Nutrition Programs Personnel as required by the Healthy Hunger-Free Kid Act of 2010. She will provide a basic overview of the learning topics and learning objectives in addition to introducing Smarter Lunchrooms resources, tools and curriculum which can be used to meet the new regulations.
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