Interactive Elementary Visits - Presentation

Interactive Elementary Visits - Presentation

With Marjorie Mitchell, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, The Westminster Schools

Ready to refine your admission process? Looking to assess for non-cognitive skill such as teamwork, motivation, grit, and/or empathy? If so, just knowing that you're interested in the social and emotional skills of your young applicants is not enough. Join us to learn how to create activities that yield soild feedback you can use in determining both which students are right for your school and which skills incoming students might need to develop. Plan to play a bit, but know we're watching you!



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