Power My Learning
Support of Key Learning Relationships Essential in Unpredictable Times
The COVID-19 pandemic presented an array of challenges during the 2019-2020 school year – challenges that may very well grow in the year ahead. PowerMyLearning plans to meet those challenges with a multi-pronged approach that focuses on key learning relationships – those existing between students, teachers and families.
The organization has planned an array of comprehensive programs and services that will provide support and drive school-wide innovation around personalized and digital learning at an underserved public middle school in East Los Angeles’ Huntington Park community.
Through the support of All Points North Foundation, PowerMyLearning will directly impact students, teachers and families by providing educator professional development workshops and webinars, direct education coaching and capacity building and student and family programming. These efforts will reach 400 students, at least 12 teachers and 120 families. These comprehensive programs and services will provide key support and drive school-wide innovation around personalized and digital learning at an underserved middle school in Huntington Park..
All Points North Foundation’s grant will support enhancement of students’ learning environments, in the virtual classroom and beyond. High quality teacher training is an integral part in the success of students and, now more than ever, coaching sessions will help to address the unknown, helping forge new paths to learning and enable educators to find ways to build strong connections with students and their family partners.
For more information: www.powermylearning.org
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All Points North Foundation provides grants for U.S.-based projects and initiatives that support our priorities: improving public middle school education and teacher training, and implementing effective solar programs and/or projects.
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