‘W-SR Technology, Teaching and Distance Learning’ program set May 19 | Waverly Newspapers
“Waverly-Shell Rock Technology, Teaching, and Distance Learning: Insights and Challenges” will be the theme of a program on Thursday, May 19 presented by Katie Johnston in the Waverly branch of the American University Women’s Association (AAUW). Johnston is the director of educational services for the W-SR School District. It will present the current state of affairs and the challenges affecting educational technology, including the equitable access of students to these opportunities. This is the last meeting of the year scheduled for this year with new programs starting again in September 2022.
The part of the program will start at 19.00 and will be preceded by a social hour, a business meeting and an optional meal of subspandvits from 18.30. It will be held in Room 134 of the Wartburg College Science Center. Enter through the south door for easy access and come as you can to the previous program or activities. Please contact Waverly Branch Co-Chair Karen Lehmann (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 17 if you would like to book a $ 5 meal. Guests are always welcome to visit Waverly Branch meetings.
AAUW has been working to advance equity for girls and women since 1881. You can find more information about this national nonprofit organization at www.aauw.org. The Waverly branch has an active website (https://waverly-ia.aauw.net) and meets on the third Thursday of the month, September through May. They also host a year-round reading club. AAUW membership is open to anyone, male or female, who supports issues of equal opportunity and equity and has an associate (or equivalent, such as RN), high school, or college degree. regionally accredited.