TWO SMILES  FOR A CHILD LLC

               educational services and consultations

DOUBLE THE FUN
DOUBLE THE LEARNING

YOUTH WORKSHOP

WE ARE HAPPY TO OFFER OUR EXCITING EXPERTISE TO YOU!

 
Two Smiles creates individual and group learning experiences that enhance delivery and comprehension of information.

Workshops That Are Ready to Go!
  
WORKPLACE DEVELOPMENT TRAINING

CREATIVE PATHWAY TO LITERACY IMPROVEMENT

WHO AM I? 
 (Exploring: Self-actualization, Background, Purpose, Legacy)

TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
 
                  We Can Help You!

Whether you are an institutions of learning, community organization, business, governmental agency, faith-based initiative,  nonprofit or individual, if there is knowledge about a subject that you need to convey to a small or large group, we have the expertise and experience to help you research, design, write, and present that information effectively! 
 
Lectures
Presentations
Workshops
Training Seminars
Course Development
Our clients receive:
  • Support in selecting relevant subject content, appropriate for the situation/audience
  • Strategies that promote audience engagement 
  • Assistance in creating learning aides, (PowerPoint,  visuals, hands-on activities, handouts, etc.)
Our services are tailored to the specific objective and desired outcomes of our clients.
For more than thirty years, through educational consultations and workshops, academic research, the development of community-based programs, professional storytelling,  teaching (K-12/Higher Education), professional development-teacher training, authoring books/articles, and publishing, Two Smiles for a Child has serviced more than 50,000 youth and more than 500 families.

Mentor 
Sister Alma Nomsa John, R.N.

A registered nurse and community activist, Sister worked in the Harlem community, during the 60s and 70s. Wherever Sister John spoke, she always ended her remarks with these words: “If you know, teach; if you don’t know, learn. Each one, teach one.
Each one, reach one.”
Dr. Patricia Williams Diaw
 

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My Ancestors Were Never Slaves. Dr. Diaw takes the audience on a metaphorical journey that starts on the African continent, follows African experience across the Atlantic Ocean (Middle Passage), documents African American contributions to the development of the United States, and celebrates famous and ordinary Black folks. Dr. Diaw is an educator and professional storyteller, and has performed at The Museum of the City of New York, The Jersey City Museum, The Newark Museum, The University of Pennsylvania Museum, numerous libraries, galleries, private and public schools in the United States, Caribbean, and West Africa. Internationally known as ABIWA The STORYTELLER, Diaw studied storytelling professionally at Bank Street Graduate College of Education, received a BS in Speech at Howard University, and MS in Urban Economic Development at Eastern University; earning a doctorate degree at Saint Joseph?s University, she conducted educational research investigating the motivational influence of storytelling on learning in the K-12 school environment.

Recipe: Thirty-Two Poems about Life
by Patricia Williams Diaw

 

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