FAFSA Workshop begins at 6:30 p.m. with program following at 7:00
Most students need help navigating today’s media-rich world. To be literate now means being able to read, write, listen, speak, view, and represent across all media—including both print and nonprint texts, such as film, TV, podcasts, websites, visual art, fashion, architecture, landscape, and music. Pam and Ryan Goble (mother and son & co-authors of Making Curriculum Pop) will use this session to show how you can use media, technology and pop culture as rich sites for studying and learning “core content.” The presentation will include a bank of “essential” tools & tips for learners that will help improve schoolwork and better equip them for the rigor of what lies ahead.
Pam Goble Ed.D is a former middle school teacher and has taught education, humanities, and literature courses for undergraduates and graduate students for the past seventeen years. She has presented at numerous conferences, such as the National Council of Teachers of English and the Association for Middle Level Education, American Society for Quality and at Columbia University’s Teach, Think, Play workshops. She has published in various journals and has written a chapter about research writing in the Handbook for Undergraduate Research Advisors and is the co-author of Making Curriculum Pop.
Ryan Goble is the Teaching & Learning Coordinator at Glenbard High School District 87, doctoral candidate at Teachers College Columbia University – NYC and founder of mindblue.com
Students are encouraged to attend. CPDUs are available.
Also on Oct 16 high school seniors and their parents can receive one-on-one assistance filing the FAFSA from financial aid specialists at the Illinois Students Assistance Corps. Please bring the following necessary documents: 2016 Federal tax return, 2016 W2 forms, record of untaxed income and investment/asset /business value. FAFSA assistance in English and Spanish will be available from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Glenbard North’s computer lab.