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2018 National EFNEP Coordinators' Conference has ended
Wednesday, March 21 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Breakout Session B1: Tools and Tips for Transformation

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Since EFNEP's very beginning, the supervisor has been key to the success of the EFNEP peer educator. Auburn University EFNEP has effectively managed EFNEP peer educators using several different models of supervision in its more than 50 year history. From the local home economist to area agents and from area agents to regional specialists and from regional specialists to County Extension Coordinators, the supervisory structure continually remains at the center of EFNEP programmatic success. Auburn University's current supervisory model is a framework that combines the efforts of County Extension Coordinators and the EFNEP State Staff Team to undergird peer educators. County Extension Coordinators provide administrative supervision while the EFNEP State Staff Team provides programmatic supervision. Session participants will be introduced to management tools and tips, including the Monthly Caseload Attainment Chart, EFNEP Short Term Goal Tracker, EFNEP Check-Up, coding travel expense vouchers, and using WebNEERS/technology for document comparison. It is tools such as these that are used to increase program outcomes and transform ordinary workers into ideal educators.

Moderators
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Leslie Speller-Henderson

Coordinator, Tennessee State University

Speakers
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Jovita Lewis

EFNEP Coordinator, Auburn University
Jovita Lewis is employed with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (Auburn University) as EFNEP Coordinator providing statewide leadership and programmatic support to 21 EFNEP counties. Past EFNEP roles include serving as Immediate Supervisor (County-Based and Regional) and as... Read More →



Wednesday March 21, 2018 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Regency ABCD Ballroom

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