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An updated collection of ice breakers and college knowledge and cooperative learning games.
We recommend the all GEAR UP staff, not only the portal users, review these slides so that they have a foundation for understanding the GEAR UP reporting requirements.
This presentation is from GEAR UP West 2017. Learn about the power of experiential learning using stories, strategies and intentional practices.
This presentation is from GEAR UP West 2017. Presenting compelling data at the right time to the right people is essential to effectively mobilizing the community surrounding GEAR UP. This workshop focuses on data visualizations that impart lasting impressions and successfully tell the story you want your audience to hear and remember.
This presentation is from GEAR UP West 2017. Gain insight into the world of advocacy. Advocacy is as important as ever with the increased challenges of educational equity and access today. Learn proven advocacy techniques, and take away activities to present to professionals and students in their programs. Get event ideas, and techniques that can be used to engage students and professionals in advocacy and information pertinent to the advocacy process.
The purpose of this document is to provide support to families as their child transitions to college.
A fillable PDF Family Night Poster for schools to use to advertise GEAR UP family night events in their school and community.
This presentation from GEAR UP EDI focuses on the future. Learn what job are on the horizon and how to support high school students in evaluating postsecondary options. Discover certificate programs, apprenticeships, scholarships, and two and four year degrees that will connect your students with the education they need to secure the jobs of tomorrow.
Learn how Lewis and Clark HS created a peer-tutoring program serving current GEAR UP students who can then step in as Juniors to be tutors as well.
This presentation is an introduction to Washington’s 12th Year Campaign and the FAFSA Completion Initiative. This material is from the Washington State GEAR UP: GPS for College Workshop in February 2016.

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