Forward Fridays

Like a phoenix out of the ashes of the 2020 JCEP Conference that was canceled on account of the Covid-19 virus, JCEP will be offering Forward Fridays.  Every Friday from 11:00 to Noon, you will will have the opportunity to participate in lively discussions and hear from UW-Madison Extension Educators about the amazing education, research, and approaches from around Wisconsin.  Below is the schedule of Forward Friday Sessions.  Watch for for the link from Chelsea Severin.

  • April 24: Making the Connection: Building Confidence and Strengthening RelationshipsStepanie Plaster
  • May 15: Customizing Local Food Surveys to LCO tribal culture — Ariga Grigoryan
  • May 15: Design Wisconsin, So What? A Six-Year Review of Program Successes, Learning Moments, and AdaptationsTodd Johnson & Kristin Runge
  • May 29: Pop-Up Programming: How tactical urban-ism, pop-up marketplaces, and Parking Day are changing the way people shapeBarry Hottmann
  • May 29: Mutual Aid During Covid-19 — Randy Stoecker
  • June 5: The Aging Mastery Program – Making Aging Fun! — Mary Ann Schilling
  • June 5: Evaluation: Technology Trials & Triumphs  — Josset Gauley, Alicia Schroeder-Haag, Christa Van Treeck, Dawn Vandevoort, Ellen Andrews, Kaitlyn Bernarde, & Marie Witzel
  • June 12: Innovation Local Pollinator ProtectionMelinda Habecker
  • June 19: Hot Issue Education – Frontal Assault, Flanking, Mine Fields, and MisstepsPatrick Nehring & Paul Roback
  • June 19: Learning at Summer Camp: Wisconsin Youth Water Stories SummitJustin Hougham
  • June 25: Grow Towers HydroponicsKaila Stencil
  • July 10: Getting More Bang for Your Buck: High-Yield Instructional Strategies for Greater Engagement and Deeper Learning (or your money back)Christine Rybak & Megan Wecker
  • July 10: How to Take Your Zoom Meetings from Required to DesiredChristine Rybak & Megan Wecker
  • July 17: Break Out with a “BREAK-IN” Teaching Tool!Amanda Young
  • July 24: Using Zoom Technology as an Educational PlatformDanette Hopke, Missy Bablick, & Beth Rank
  • July 31: Needs Assessment of Environmental Education to Drive Data Informed Decision MakingJustin Hougham
  • August 7: Using Evaluation to Help Programs Thrive — Josset Gauley, Ellen Andrews, Kaitlyn Bernarde, Alicia Schroeder-Haag, Dawn Vandevoort, Christa Van Treeck, & Marie Witzel
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  • August 14: Let’s Teach Leaders How to Make Housing More AffordableNathan Sandwick
  • August 21: Responding to Extension’s Lifelong Learners with Modern Instructional Design PrinciplesSarah Schlosser, Christine Ryback, & Mike Maddox
  • August 28: Transforming Lives & Communities from the Inside OutDiana Hammer
  • September 11: Building Infrastructure for Learning Resources DevelopmentMonica Lobenstein
  • September 18: Getting Things Done – A Framework for Becoming More Focused, More Productive and More Creative in Your Work!Kevin Palmer
  • TBA: Supporting Fathers and Families: Sharing Information from Statewide Needs AssessmentPattie Carroll, Maggie Kerr, Adam Trunzo, Brook Berg, & team