This online workshop hosted by School on Wheels and former tutor and PhD candidate Jason Rarick presented an opportunity for tutors to engage in an informal discussion on the value of connecting youth to their own narratives and how tutors can promote a sense of empowerment toward success. For students of any age, setting positive goals is a tremendous undertaking amid so many other obstacles. Jason’s presentation addressed effective ways we can motivate students despite this and maybe even because of it.
Note: The video starts about 5 minutes into the presentation.
Every month, School on Wheels hosts educational workshops for tutors on topics varying from tutoring tips and techniques to behavior and motivation. You can browse our previous workshop recordings and additional materials or find workshops related to a particular subject by clicking on one of the following tags:
Digital Learning Workshops
Summer Program Workshops
Tutoring Tips Workshops
To read more about our upcoming workshops and to RSVP, please view our Events Calendar.
2009 Minerva Award Winners from left to right: Helen Waukazoo, Dr. Kathy Hull, Agnes Stevens and Dr. Jane Goodall
In 2009, our founder, Agnes Stevens, received the Minerva Award which has become the country’s most prestigious award given to women “who serve on the front-lines of humanity.”
HRM Queen Silvia of Sweden and the prize laureates.
Agnes Stevens’ 20 year fight on behalf of homeless children was recognized in 2008, when she became one of three women to receive this special honor. Known as the children’s “Nobel Prize,” winners are chosen by a global vote from a pool of 17 million children in 37,000 schools in 92 countries. It is the world’s most prestigious prize for defenders of children.
In December of 2003, School on Wheels was awarded Oprah Winfrey’s Angel Network Award for the difference our organization is making in the lives of homeless children.
Click here to view the short video featured on the Oprah website.