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Practical Ways to Deal With the Poverty Issue

Practical Ways to Deal With the Poverty Issue

Practical Ways to Deal With the Poverty Issue

Gayle Porterfield
Gayle Porterfield
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

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Launch date: 11 Sep 2019
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Last updated: 30 Nov 2020

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Wade Wallace (1 Jul 2020)
Very informative course for those working in impoverished schools.
Ms Denise McGaha (13 Jun 2020)
Good information! Thanks for sharing!
Travis Hutcheson (10 Jun 2020)
I love the experience, common sense, and the passion that this presenter brings to the table. Thank you!

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Description

This session will show you how to have meaningful conversations with students/families living in poverty.

Objectives

There are six powerful conversations you can initiate with the families and students that will validate their power and put them in charge of their learning.
Gayle Porterfield

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Gayle Porterfield
on behalf of Professional Educators of Tennessee

Gayle Porterfield is an award-winning teacher and staff development leader who has taught second, fourth, and middle school language arts and math in the Murfreesboro/Nashville, Tennessee area,

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Tennessee Academy for School Leaders
  • 1.00 Points -
    Exam Attempts: 2
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    Exam Pass Rate: 80

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User Reviews (5)

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Wade Wallace (1 Jul 2020)
Very informative course for those working in impoverished schools.
Ms Denise McGaha (13 Jun 2020)
Good information! Thanks for sharing!
Travis Hutcheson (10 Jun 2020)
I love the experience, common sense, and the passion that this presenter brings to the table. Thank you!
Earmond Booth (8 Apr 2020)
The presenter was very passionate and did an outstanding job.
Brittany Cora (25 Mar 2020)
THANK YOU FOR THIS SESSION! Some of my teachers need this session; it would help to adjust mindset issues about working with students in poverty.

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