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Welcome to the 2018 AFCOST Symposium. Below you will find the schedule and registration.
The Symposium will be held at Lesley University Brattle Campus.
 Washburn and Sherrill Halls on Lesley’s Brattle Campus (off of Garden Street)

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Thursday, November 8 • 9:30am - 11:00am
Make it a Habit: Homework Practices FILLING

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Would you like to see young people gain concrete skills for organizing their stuff? Wouldn’t it be great if they eventually learned how to troubleshoot homework on their own? This workshop will focus on how to integrate academic and homework habits into the standard ‘homework time,’ helping young people to practice the habits that can make them self-sufficient and more confident in school over time. Come to see examples of how to help students track their progress and celebrate these habits, a culture-building element that can help ‘homework time’ take on a new life. Not focusing on academics? Similar structures and tools can be used for social/emotional, career or leadership habits as well. Workshop will include time to develop and refine your own plan using tools and examples.

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Annie Leavitt

MiddleSchool Network Coordinator, Agenda for Children OST
Annie joined Agenda for Children OST in 2016 as the Middle School Network Coordinator. She brings many years of experience in the OST field as an afterschool director, youth leadership facilitator and and coordinator of social justice programming, as well as experience working in Boston Public Schools as a guidance counselor and student support coordinator. She... Read More →

Thursday November 8, 2018 9:30am - 11:00am
Sherrill room 251

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