On Thursday, January 21, 2019, in Washington DC, Transcend Partner Dr. Tyler Thigpen will use the Graduate Aims Database to facilitate a large group workshop—“Designing Mentoring Programs for Holistic Youth Outcomes Like Purpose, Empathy and Self-Awareness”—at the National Mentoring Summit hosted by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership.
The Graduate Aims Database is a collection of research summaries created to help design learning environments in support of specific student outcomes. Since its inception, leaders of learning have found the Database useful for learning design across many contexts, including schools, after-school programs, and summer programs. At the National Mentoring Summit, Thigpen’s sold out workshop will feature how to use the Database to improve mentoring programs aimed at cultivating specific learner outcomes.
In late 2018, the Graduate Aims Database was announced by global education nonprofit HundrED, as one of 100 most inspiring K12 innovations across the world. The Graduate Aims Database was one of the innovations selected from 36 countries to be recognized.
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