Connections, compassion, empathy, and acceptance are foundational qualities of education. They are also foundational to management and building positive relationships within our communities. In order to best serve our communities, we must know those communities and the challenges we all face. In this talk, Mandy will use her experiences as an educator and as the National Teacher of the Year to discuss the importance of relationships, connections, and using advocacy to benefit our community.
Mandy Manning is the 2018 National Teacher of the Year and the 2018 Washington State Teacher of the Year. Mandy is an English language learning educator, where she is the first teacher for refugee and immigrant students at Joel E. Ferris High School in the Newcomer Center. The Newcomer Center is a specialized English language development program for brand new immigrant and refugee students to our nation, who have limited English language proficiency.
Mandy's passion is making connections with students and their families, and taking those connections out into the school and into the Spokane community. She strives to ensure students feel welcome, wanted, and loved, and work to instill in them the belief that they are worthy of every success and happiness they dream of in life.
|Event Date||10-20-2020 12:00 pm|
|Event End Date||10-20-2020 1:00 pm|
|Cut off date||10-19-2020 8:00 pm|
|Individual Price||$9.99 for Chapter Members, $14.99 for Non-members|
|No. of Leadership PDUs||1|
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PMI Inland Northwest Chapter
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Veradale, WA 99037-0694
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