Helps participants uncover some of their own ideas about how poverty affects behavior. By highlighting funds of knowledge, how one’s environment affects decision making and routine language misunderstandings, this workshop opens the door for logical thinking about ways to help people who live in poverty.
Participants learn successful ways to help others, the three V’s, the A-B-C of helping and L.E.A.R.N. to say no in helpful ways.
Participants learn the three levels of addressing poverty, community development fundamentals, the five factors of poverty and the oath for compassionate service.
Teachers, students and parents learn how poverty affects a child’s educational experience.