Elevating Your Home for Virtual Learning this Fall | Webinar

Elevating Your Home for Virtual Learning this Fall | Webinar


Thursday, August 13, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:
Virtual Event
Contact:
Alumni Relations
Open to:
Alumni, Current Students

Due to Tropical Storm Isaias, many households in the Northeast have experienced and are still experiencing power outages and flooding. We regret the inconvenience, but due to storm-related impact, we are rescheduling today’s webinar, Elevating Your Home for Virtual Learning this Fall, with Karen Aroninan (Ed.D ’15).  If you were registered for this event, we have moved your registration to the new date and time.

As we head back to school this fall (in person and/or virtually), it is time to revisit children’s study spaces and routines.  With purposeful intention, parents and guardians can create optimal learning spaces that inspire creativity and fun. Whether you’re in tight quarters or have room to spare, this lunch and learn hour with Karen Aronian (Ed.D ’15) will give you actionable ideas, resources, and an inspired outlook on how to rethink your child’s education at home. Come what may, Dr. Aronian will empower and prepare you to take on the upcoming school year with confidence.

Date: Thursday, August 13
Time: 12:00 p.m. EDT
Register here.

Karen Aronian, Ed.D., is a mom and former NYC public school teacher, hired homeschooler, and college professor. Karen holds a masters of art, a masters of education, and an education doctorate from Teachers College, Columbia University.

In response to the pandemic, Karen is currently serving on COVID-19 academic task forces and has spearheaded Teacher2Neighbor.com, a volunteer tutoring service in her community in Northern Westchester. 

Karen is the principal of Aronian Education Design LLC, which creates purposeful learning spaces, programming, curricula, and provides coaching and staffing for corporate brands and private clientele.

Karen makes regular appearances as a parenting and education expert in international publications, such as Parents Magazine, and is a featured columnist, speaker, podcast, radio, and television guest. She considers all people to be teachers, and believes every place can be a learning space!

 


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