High Engagement Conducting Skills
We will distinguish and deliver well-researched neuro-and cognitive science teaching and learning skills. Within a well-defined framework these skills are used by Master Trainers to achieve transformative results with their participants. In the workshop each participant designs and delivers a learning sequence that demonstrates the learner-centered principles of this model. It's challenging engaging, productive and fun.
The course takes place in at Brewster Design Arts Studio emphasize the power of place in bringing forward creativity. The event is held on the second floor. There is no elevator.
There will be ample free street parking and bike parking. The site is a 33 minute walk from Ashby Bart
We will offer refunds up to event day except for a $50 processing fee.
Presenters:e Mary Ann Gallagher, PhD
Mary Ann Gallagher has a PhD in Educational Technology with a focus on learning environments. She designs, manages and leads or consults on change initiatives, training systems and programs, workshops, conferences and meetings. Mary Ann is committed to environmental vitality and much of her work involves sustainable solutions. She recently conducted train-the-trainer workshops for the World Bank (Helsinki, India, Istanbul, Saudi Arabia and South Africa).
Mutima Imani, MPA
Mutima Imani has a Masters Degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in Organization Development. She provides socially relevant, culturally consistent training, facilitation and consultation. Mutima's workshops educate and motivate employees, to increase creativity and productivity in diverse work environments. For over twenty years, Mutima has delivered management and diversity workshops for Continuing Education for Public Officials (CEPO).
You may contact Mary Ann Gallagher at 510 649-1375 - email@example.com or
Mutima Imani at 510 205-4069 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Brewster Design Arts (View)
2701 Eighth St
Berkeley, CA 94710
|Minimum Age: 16|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|