Life Skills Lessons
A workshop/lesson designed to provide migrant farmworker parents, guardians, and other caregivers with the information necessary to determine how much television viewing and what kind of television programming is appropriate for their children.
Sheets that provide four cards per page which are designed to be printed on card stock, then cut, punched with a hole in each top left corner, and placed on a loose ring for easy carrying in a back pocket or purse and flipping from card to card as desired.
A series of bilingual sheets designed to assist a youth in obtaining and keeping a job. Included are vital basics such as: approaches to job-hunting and employers, filling out applications, identifying work qualities/skills, and more.
Limited English proficiency profoundly hinders survival skills on many levels including awareness of and competing for adequate paying jobs, securing health and other services, finding housing, improving living standards and communicating in daily life.
Over 300 migrant educators from 24 states participated in panels, workshops, breakout sessions, and discussion groups over a three year period to identify, prioritize and offer solutions to the challenges faced by migrant youth.
A series of lessons based on forty-eight (30) titles of children’s literature provides activities incorporating the EVEN START core components (Early Childhood Education, Parenting Education, Adult Education and Parents and Children Interacting Together).