If you have been thinking about implementing Read to Feed in your classroom, or maybe you have in the past year, this February webinar is for you. Educators and teachers can go online to meet some of Heifer’s All-Stars: the teachers who have integrated Reed to Feed and other Heifer curricula into their instruction with inspirational results.

This workshop will be interactive and informative with a moderated panel discussion and plenty of time for Q&A. Heifer’s Read to Feed webinar uses Blackboard Collaborate to provide a classroom-style online learning environment.

If you’re considering a service learning program this spring, this session will help determine why and how to start Read to Feed in your classroom. Teachers can register for any of the workshops here http://www.eventbrite.com/org/4742513829?s=18028795, and there are two sessions available next week.

February 10 Read to Feed: The Nuts and Bolts of Becoming Changemakers

Session 1: 3:30 pm (ET)

Session 2: 6:30 pm (ET)

We will have even more sessions coming up in March, so if you can't make it this time around, stay tuned for that information. You can learn more about Read to Feed at www.readtofeed.org.  

Author

Annie Bergman

Bergman is a Global Communications Manager for Heifer and helps plan, assign and develop content for the nonprofit’s website, magazine and blog. Bergman has interviewed survivors of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, beekeepers in Honduras, women’s groups in India and war widows in Kosovo in her six years at Heifer. Bergman received her bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature from the University of Tulsa in Oklahoma and a master’s degree in Australian Aboriginal Studies from the University of Melbourne in Australia. Her hobbies include hiking, golfing, cooking, reading and walking her dogs.