Distance Learning with Common Sense: Transitioning After-School Programs Online
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After-school programs offer a safe and nurturing environment where students can learn and socialize with one another. Join Mitch McCormick, director of the 4-H Afterschool Programs in Jefferson County, New York, as he shares tips on how to design a virtual after-school program that is geared toward K–8 youth. He will share his organization's strategy for creating engaging virtual environments for middle schoolers as well as his experience using Social Media TestDrive, a tool designed by Common Sense and Cornell University that supports middle school students as they transition to the world of online communication and social media.