CHiP Code: CH2007
Over 20 years ago our chapter, looking to serve networking needs of members in the Lancaster/York areas, formed LYN (for Lancaster/York Network). Since most members who attended were from Lancaster it was renamed Red Rose Learning Community. For now, it is virtual but still hosted from the Red Rose city with a focus on forming a community of practice where we share our successes and challenges in a caring group of like-minded professionals.
Each month we use an online article as a topic to consider when we meet; although it is not unusual to spend all our time discussing current issues members bring up during our opening welcome. So be prepared to tell everyone what you are working on; what challenges you are having; what resources you are looking for. And, be prepared to contribute your knowledge and experience with others.
This month we will visit an updated look at an article published in CLO Magazine last November entitled: The AGES Model Can Help Learning Stick. The NeuroLeadership Institute has been doing very interesting work in our field for quite some time. So, how are they looking at the AGES Model in our virtual world? This month, let’s take a look at their blog article - How to Make Virtual Learning Better, Not Worse, Than In-Person.
You will receive information to the Zoom meeting room upon registration. Questions or suggestions? Contact your host firstname.lastname@example.org
Address:ATD Central Pennsylvania
PO Box 23
Hummelstown, PA 17036