RedRover Readers program helps students develop critical thinking skills
May 2, 2013 – RedRover, a national nonprofit organization based in Sacramento, California, together with the Humane Society University, is offering a unique online training opportunity for educators who want to foster empathy and compassion and help children develop their critical thinking skills using the RedRover Readers curriculum.
The RedRover Readers curriculum, which is aligned to academic content standards, helps children explore the bond between people and animals through stories and discussion. Teachers receive a free book for completing the online, self-paced training course.
“What a powerful and relevant program! This is a perfect example of what effective teacher trainings and professional development should be. Every educator and professional who works with children should be required to take this course!” – Susan Courtney, teacher, Los Angeles, California
May 25 through June 15
Self-paced, three-week course
COST: The registration fee is $55 and includes access to the RedRover Readers curriculum.
TO REGISTER: Email RedRover Education Manager Karly Noel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RedRover focuses on bringing animals out of crisis and strengthening the bond between people and animals through a variety of programs, including emergency sheltering, disaster relief services, financial assistance and education. Learn more at www.redrover.org.
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