Lesson Planning and Curriculum Execution

Wednesday, January 27th

9:30 - 10:30 AM EST

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About This Session

Lesson planning is challenging under normal circumstances but even more so now that programs are in-person, virtual, or hybrid. Participants will learn why hands-on activities are important. Learn how to create effective, fun, and engaging lesson plans for in-person and virtual learning programs. Join us for this deep dive into curriculum execution and learn valuable tips and tricks along the way.


This session aligns with the Core Knowledge and Competency content area Learning Environment and Curriculum.

Presenter Information

Serina Loftis

Site Coordinator

Wayne State University C2 Pipeline

My name is Serina Loftis and I am the Site Coordinator for C2 Pipeline at Warren Woods Tower High School. I have worked for a 21stCCLC programs since 2011. I started as a program facilitator and then moved up to Assistant Site Coordinator and now Site Coordinator. I have worked in special education by assisting students with special needs, I have also worked as a Site Director for an extended learning center that serves preschool through eighth grade. I have a passion for education, and I believe that all students deserve the chance to succeed in life. I enjoy being a part of a community that gives students the resources and skill that they need to be successful.

Samantha Wolfe

Site Coordinator

Wayne State University C2 Pipeline

My name is Samantha Wolfe and I am the Site Coordinator at University High School. I'm a graduate of Oakland University with my Bachelor of Science in Psychology, with a focus in family and child development. I have been with C2 Pipeline for 5 years now, and was the Assistant Site Coordinator at Waterford Mott and Site Coordinator at Center Line High School. Previously, I was a Preschool Lead Teacher for ages birth to 5 years old, a Summer Camp Coordinator for grades K-5, and worked with specials need children ages 2-21 years old.

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