Pedagogy and the Nonprofit Educator

Tuesday, October 19th, 2021 - 1:30 pm Central Time Zone

A Program

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With limited resources and time, nonprofit educators are juggling multiple projects while attempting to design effective and impactful lessons. However, many nonprofit education departments may need extra support in understanding pedagogy, making modifications for students with special needs, how to differentiate and more.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • design dynamic lesson plans that are student-centered and inclusive
  • differentiate and integrate various textual sources to support different types of learners (i.e visual, tactile, etc)
  • make modifications for students with special needs
  • scaffold your lessons and incorporate simple yet effective graphic organizers
  • incorporate assessments that build upon your learning goals
  • include higher level questions and when to pose them
  • adapt your classes to adhere to common core standards
  • creatively incorporate group work activities to encourage peer to peer learning

This 75 minute seminar includes a Q&A and discussion of strategic problem solving and Development How To’s.


Bill Edelstein holds Advanced Degrees in Education and Not-for-Profit Development. His professional work has focused on Global Health, Education and Human Rights not-for-profit donor relations and fundraising. He is an adjunct professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.