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Integrating Social Media for Your Organization
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Integrating Social Media for Your Organization

$195

with LERN® UGot Class, MSAD 11 Gardiner Area Adult & Community Education (adulted@msad11.org) 207-582-3774

Calendar Next session starts Apr 5, 2021
1 additional session on Jun 7, 2021

Take away a practical strategy and techniques for implementing a social strategy for your organization or business.  Learn the top five considerations when starting a social network as well as tips to manage an online community. Discover how to create your own private social network using the Ning platform. Discuss the top tools to use to manage your social media life and build integration into your website. See how Google Docs and Calendars work and how to use online video to further your business goals. Hear about mobile check-in applications and how companies are using coupon and deal sites. Get your company listed properly on local search engines so more customers can find you. Discuss how web design has changed and get feedback on your website while discovering usability testing and user interface design. Finally, learn how to manage this influx of information created by the new media revolution. Develop a manageable workflow and get productivity tips to be more efficient.  Learn what you might be doing wrong in social media as well as essential policies to have in place for your employees and company. See what trends are on the horizon and where your goals fit with those new trends. 

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Learning While Black

$145

with U Got Class LERN, Sanford Community Adult Education

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 5, 2021 , runs for 4 weeks

This class is distinctly online.

Educators and psychologists know that learning is affected by stress, anxiety, self-image, cultural and societal expectations.  Today the majority of teachers, (80%) are white, and the majority of learners are students of color.  This creates a strong potential for a cultural and communication gap between teachers and students.  Let's examine unique challenges to black students in the classroom and how teachers can minimize those challenges and support school success for all students.

Maine Driving Dynamics

$40

with Bureau of Highway Safety, Auburn Adult and Community Education

Calendar Apr 6, 2021 at 5:30 pm, runs for 1 week

If you are 65 or older the cost of the course is $25.  Online payment is unavailable.  Please mail in a check or money order.

Maine Driving Dynamics Course offers all drivers the opportunity to improve their defensive driving abilities.  This five-hours course will include discussion of collision avoidance techniques, safety issues, driver habits and attitudes, and the basic elements that constantly challenge drivers on Maine's highways.  Those completing the course will receive a certificate and a three-point credit on their driving record.  

If you are 65 or older the cost of the class is $25.  Online payment is unavailable.  Please mail in a check or money order.

Medical Terminology

$55

with Wanda Curtis, RN, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education

Calendar Apr 6, 2021 at 6 pm

This class, which will provide an introduction to the world of medical terminology, will prove extremely helpful for anyone working in an inpatient or outpatient healthcare setting.

Ms. Curtis, an RN with forty years of experience, brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to her class.  Don't miss out on this opportunity!

Class will be held online using Zoom.

Equity Series Session 2: Microaggressions- Reflecting on Harmful Language

$30

with Sultana Khan, Noble Adult & Community Education

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 7, 2021 at 6 pm

This workshop will expose and explain the subtle nature of microaggressions, which are defined as "daily verbal, behavioral, and environmental communications, whether intentional or unintentional, that transmit hostile, derogatory, or negative messages to a target person because they belong to a stigmatized group."

A Walk Through Maine's Salt Marshes: Their Ecology and Conservation

$35

with Grace Glynn, Scarborough Adult Learning Center

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 8, 2021 at 6 pm, runs for 2 weeks

Salt marshes cushion Maine's coast from the open ocean, sponging up carbon and providing nurseries for fish and feeding grounds for wildlife. Join wetland ecologist Grace Glynn for a beautifully illustrated introduction to the ecology of Maine's salt marshes, including natural history, legacies of agricultural use, current threats to our marshes, and restoration and conservation techniques. With a special focus on our state's largest salt marsh, Scarborough Marsh, this course will equip participants of all ages and backgrounds with the tools needed to better understand their coastal landscapes. Course is two Thursday evenings, April 8 & 15, 6-7:30 PM

Public Speaking - The Power of Story

$39

with Karen Fitzgerald, York Adult Education

Calendar Next available session starts Apr 8, 2021 at 6:30 pm, runs for 1 week

The ability to tell a compelling story is an important skill, both in business and in your personal life. Yet fear of public speaking often stops men and women from expressing themselves. In the age of zoom where more opportunities are appearing, this becomes an even more important asset. In this interactive class you will learn the tools to create, construct, and deliver a powerful message.

Thursday, 6:30 - 9 PM, Apr 8, $39

Firearms Hunter Safety - Session One

$5

with Russell Corson, RSU 54/MSAD 54 Adult and Community Education

Calendar Apr 13, 2021 at 5 pm

This course is being taught by a trained, certified volunteer instructor according to statewide standards. This course combines 7.5 hours of classroom instruction with some required independent study at home between the first and second class.

Student must demonstrate to the instructor that they can safely handle a firearm, participate in activities, bring in a survival kit with appropriate contents, and pass a 50-question test with a grade of 70% or higher.

Note: While on the school campus, class participants must wear a two-layer mask that covers the mouth and nose at all times and six-foot social distancing must be maintained.

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