When

5:00pm to 8:30pm on the following Thursdays: March 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25, May 2, 9, and 16.


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Where

Puget Sound ESD 
800 Oakesdale Ave SW
Renton, WA 98057
 

 
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Contact

Cammy Ariola-Moku 
Puget Sound ESD Early Learning Department 
425-917-7794 
cariola_moku@psesd.org 
 

Peer Programs Session #2 - Peer Math and Peer Money Educator Training 

What is a Peer Math Educator?

A Peer Literacy Educator is a parent/guardian who is interested in learning and sharing information with other adults about the importance of mathematics in helping a child be successful in life.

What Does a Peer Math Educator do?

  • Learn how easy it is to increase a child’s success in school
  • Learn information designed to help parents understand the importance of increasing a child’s competence and confidence in math
  • Learn fun and engaging activities to make math more accessible and enjoyable
  • Share the excitement with other parents after attending training

What is a Peer Money Educator?

A Peer Money Educator is a parent/guardian who is interested in learning and sharing information with other adults about the importance of increasing savings behaviors to build financial capability for themselves and their families.

What Does a Peer Money Educator Do?

  • Learn fun and engaging activities to promote financial stability and wellness
  • Learn information designed to help parents and children understand the importance of financial literacy and savings
  • Share the excitement and fun with other parents after attending training

What do Peer Math Educators gain from this program?

  • Engaging activities and strategies to increase math competence
  • Knowledge to empower yourself and your family
  • Leadership and advocacy skills
  • New friends and a chance to build connections within your community

Peer Math Educators will receive training in math, experience teaching groups of adults, and a certificate of participation.  This is a leadership opportunity to help parents grow.  It’s also a great job to add to their resume.

What do Peer Money Educators gain from this program?

  • Engaging activities and strategies to increase financial resilience
  • Knowledge to empower yourself and your family
  • Leadership and advocacy skills
  • New friends and a chance to build connections within your community

Peer Money Educators receive training in money management, experience teaching groups of adults, and a certificate of participation. This is a leadership opportunity to help parents grow. It’s also a great experience to add to their resume.

Who does the program serve?

Peer Programs serves all Head Start, Early Head Start and ECEAP families. Peer Programs is offered in English and Spanish, with interpreters available for other languages.

What is the time commitment?

Peer Math and Peer Money Educators spend about 20 hours in training.  After the training, Peer Math and Peer Money Educators are expected to complete at least 3 activities/presentations at their own and/or other sites.

How do I Refer Parents?

  •  Meet with parents and discuss the Peer Leadership Opportunities available
  • Click the Register Now button below and register the parent/guardian