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Parenting Workshop

  • Farmington Community Library 32737 W 12 Mile Rd Farmington Hills, MI 48334 (map)
Workshop is free for members and $10.00 donations for non-members   About our Facilitator:   Krista Hamilton is an early childhood and early elementary educator with over 25 years of professional experience with educating children ages two through ten years old. She has a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA and she attended Benedictine High School in Detroit, MI. With a passion for nurturing young scholars, she has successfully worked with students and families in school systems in Michigan, Illinois, and Georgia. Having high and realistic expectations is how she successfully meets the goal of having self-motivated, and independent learners in her classroom. She uses compassion based principles to motivate and encourage her students to be self-disciplined and develop a higher EIQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) in an effort to help them appreciate their importance in their home, classroom, and community. In addition to being an educator, Krista also serves as curriculum director, staff mentor, and advisor to many new parents and families helping them to navigate the path of child rearing with strategies and concepts to establish a happy and healthy parent/child relationship.

Workshop is free for members and $10.00 donations for non-members

About our Facilitator:

Krista Hamilton is an early childhood and early elementary educator with over 25 years of professional experience with educating children ages two through ten years old. She has a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education from Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA and she attended Benedictine High School in Detroit, MI. With a passion for nurturing young scholars, she has successfully worked with students and families in school systems in Michigan, Illinois, and Georgia. Having high and realistic expectations is how she successfully meets the goal of having self-motivated, and independent learners in her classroom. She uses compassion based principles to motivate and encourage her students to be self-disciplined and develop a higher EIQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) in an effort to help them appreciate their importance in their home, classroom, and community. In addition to being an educator, Krista also serves as curriculum director, staff mentor, and advisor to many new parents and families helping them to navigate the path of child rearing with strategies and concepts to establish a happy and healthy parent/child relationship.

Workshop is free for members and $10.00 donations for non-members

Members RSVP by emailing: events@chicmomorg.com

Non-members RSVP by submitting donations here, once submitted you will receive a confirmation email

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