Healing Discipline: Finding Joy in Working with Challenging Students
Course Details Conference is two days: June 10, 2019 from 8:30 to 5:00 June 11, 2019 from 8:30 to 5:00. Why this course? Today’s educators have more responsibilities than ever before. Teachers are increasingly accountable for student performance while trying to manage difficult behavior in the classroom. Many good educators are leaving the profession due to feelings of hopelessness and helplessness. Course Description This two-day seminar is based on 33 years of combined experience working with children with challenging behaviors and finding success using research based strategies. This seminar provides educators with a better understanding of children who have suffered from disruptive attachment and trauma which are often the root cause of inappropriate and/or out of control behavior in the classroom. In a fun and interactive way participants will learn that an emotionally healing environment is establishing healthy boundaries as well as building healthy relationships with their students. As the educator develops the skills and confidence in working with challenging students they will feel more joy and success in their job. This leads to a deeper connection between the educator and the student thus enhancing emotional and academic growth. Although the seminar is geared towards educators, mental health professionals and parents will also benefit. Educational Goals and Learning Objectives Participants will gain an understanding of healthy versus unhealthy childhood development and the impact it has on behavior. Participants will gain a better understanding of the underlying causes of severe behavior, which includes trauma, attachment, temperament and entitlement. Participants will have a better understanding of how their own personal history impacts interactions with others as well as the students/clients they work with. Participants will learn how good relationships, healthy boundaries and effective communication can improve behavior and foster emotional healing in their students/clients. Participants will learn practical strategies and healthy discipline techniques that they can immediately implement in their classrooms. Frequently Asked Questions How can I register for credit? Participants can earn 1 college credit or get certificate for 15 hours of instruction. Credits through NNU or BSU are $60 a credit. Link to sign up for credit through BSU: https://acecreek.boisestate.edu/wconnect/CourseStatus.awp?&course=KE196TE2307 Link to NNU: http://pdlearn.nnu.edu/modules/shop/index.html?action=section&OfferingID=1448&SectionID=1145335 Are materials needed? In order to keep registration cost low, all participants will receive a URL link via email to conference materials and handouts 1 week prioir to the event. These can be printed out and brought to the conference. Where can I stay if I am coming in from out of town for the class? The class will be held at theHoliday Inn Express & Suites McCall. Below is a link to their website where you can check on rates and availability of their rooms. https://www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels/us/en/mccall/dmlid/hoteldetail?cm_mmc=GoogleMaps-_-EX-_-US-_-DMLID Refund Policy: To receive a full refund a request needs to be made a week prior to the event through email to the event organizers at email@example.com. If we receive a refund request less than a week before the event, the participant may transfer their registration to another event at a later date. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? You can contact Traci Glover or Leena Weaver at the following locations: 1. firstname.lastname@example.org 2. www.healingchildrenllc.com or www.healingchildrenllc.org 3. If you need to talk to us directly call us at 1-888-311-1883.
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