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Awareness Through Movement - The Feldenkrais Method - Session 2
with Dianne Daniels, MSAD #40 Adult Education
The Feldenkrais Method is a type of neuromuscular re-education that will enable your body to do more than it has in years. These gentle movement sequences will help you work through chronic muscular or joint pain. This is not an exercise class, so loose fitting or stretchy casual clothes are appropriate. Please bring a mat and two thick towels to class.
Babysitters Training Course
with Katy Genthner, MSAD #40 Adult Education
Learn the skills and techniques necessary to be a responsible, competent and fun babysitter in a one-day class. This course will cover such topics as: child care essentials, the proper response and handling of emergency situations, behavior management, safety for the sitter, and babysitting as a business. Students should bring a lunch and a snack. Please do not bring any electronics or phones. For students ages 11-14. A certificate is issued upon successful completion of the course. Register EARLY – this class fills up quickly!
Please note: School should be out by June 25th. Hardship discounts are available, call us.
"ed2go" Personalized Learning!!!
with ed2go RSU 39, Eastern Aroostook Adult and Community Education
You can choose to study at home or come to the learning center and use our up-to-date computer labs.
We offer 360+ instructor-led online courses, from professional technical development to personal interest, through a partnership with Ed2Go. Classes are convenient and affordable. You will spend two to four hours each week completing two lessons in an interactive learning environment in which you will be able to interact with instructors and fellow students in online discussion areas. Most courses begin near the middle of each month and last six weeks. Upon completion of a course with a passing score, you will get confirmation of completion from your learning institution. Most of these courses are 24 hours and may be used for professional CEUs or in addition to campus courses for high school completions.
"ME Suicide Prevention Program"
with Laurie Cavanaugh, Oak Hill Adult & Community Education
"Maine Suicide Prevention Program: Education, Resources & Support - It's Up to ALL of Us"
Presented by Laurie Cavanaugh, CPSP, Regional Parent Support Coordinator
Suicide is a significant concern in Maine and nationwide, but we can do something about it. Come learn more about what you can do to prevent suicide. The goals of the workshop are to heighten awareness about suicide in Maine and beyond. Increate the ability to speak openly about suicide; provide information about the risks and protective factors associated with suicide, teach what warning signs and clues to look for; teach skills to intervene when concerned someone might be considering suicide; and provide helpful resources for participants.
12 Critical Things Your Family Needs to Know
with Margaret Barnes Heath, Sacopee Valley Adult & Community Education
Life is full of surprises: crazy weather, car accidents, stroke, or even death. Where are your important documents for your loved ones to find? You have two choices: Get your affairs in order today or leave your loved ones with a giant mess down the road. This is a two-part class for all adults to not only learn which documents are essential to have, but also how to fill them out appropriately. (Ages 18+) Please note: The two meeting dates are April 25 and May 16.
with Terri Dawson, Gorham Adult Education
What is 3D printing? How does it work? If you can draw it, we can likely print it! This NEW 1-night class will guide you through the process of designing a 3D model and printing it on a 3D printer. We will discuss 3D printing options for your home and see what the printers have been doing in the school classrooms. Students are asked to bring their laptop or tablet. Mrs. Dawson will also have some available for students to use.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Terri Dawson's Classroom (A103)
Instructors: Terri Dawson & Terry Bartick
Contact #: 222.1007
Fee: $5 per family
5 Secrets of Confident Conversation: Networking
with Bonnie Gross, York Adult & Community Education
If you feel uncomfortable and shy at networking events, in meetings, and or at social functions, then this workshop is for you. Gain skills and confidence in - how to act, what to say, and how to make a great impression Learn how to project confidence in business and social situations
How to enter a room full of strangers
Make people want to listen to what you have to say!
Enter a room so that people want to talk to you
Introductions and how to remember names (including your own!)
How to start a conversation and what to talk about when you don’t know what to say
What to say (and do) in difficult situations, such as pronouncing a name incorrectly
Say goodbye so that people remember you!
Look good socially! (my foolproof formula)