Holy Family College is hosting an informational webinar with instructors and students from both Chippewa Falls and Pulaski on Sunday, April 7 at 1 p.m. CST. You're invited to tune in and learn about our degree and non-degree education options.
In this webinar, Nancy Sim, associate professor of education and director of graduate education, Chippewa Falls and Pulaski instructors, and current students will discuss Holy Family College's Graduate Education Program.
Nancy Sim is the Director of Graduate Education at Holy Family College. She taught elementary and secondary students with special needs, including collaboration with parents and education professionals in both rural and inner-city environments for 10 years. For the past 15 years, she has taught special education, elementary education
Barney Slowey and Tamara Sharp are Chippewa Falls facilitators. Collectively, they embody 97 years as educators, 36 years as public school teachers, 20 years as school administrators, 23 years as facilitators of graduate education, 34 years as education consultants, and 60 years as coaches and mentors. They have been shaped by the thousands of students who crossed their paths and have learned from the best in our profession. They have also been shaped by the 500 participants of the graduate communities we facilitated.
Jonathan Wood is one of the facilitators for the Pulaski group. He graduated from the program in 2010 with his master’s degree in teacher leadership. Wood has been
Tom Krause has years of experience as a teacher, coach
9:30 a.m. Registration
10:00 a.m. Welcome
10:10 a.m. Campus Tour
10:50 a.m. Everything You Need To Know about us!
11:30 a.m. Mini Class with a Professor
12:00 p.m. Lunch
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