Dec
8
8:30 AM08:30

CBSG Program Facilitator Training

The Curriculum-Based Support Group (CBSG(r)) Program is a unique, multi-cultural, evidence-based curriculum designed to provide children and youth who have had, or are at risk for having, adverse experiences with the skills and support they need to rise above adversity, stay in school, and stay free of drugs, violence, and crime.  This training is designed to fully prepare schools, community-based organizations, shelter staff, and other youth service professionals to fully implement the CBSG(r) Program with fidelity.

(7 credit hours available)

$195 per person     (Early Bird Special: $175 if you register by November 17)
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Nov
29
1:00 PM13:00

Classroom Management

This 3-hour workshop includes an overview of classroom management techniques and strategies; key information gathered from certified classroom educators; diversionary discipline interventions that empower students and model problem solving; and ways to balance respect, motivation and discipline. The process will be a mix of information and informal practice. Participants will be able to: (1) understand the key behaviors for facilitators; (2) understand that youth’s behaviors are a symptom of something going on in their lives; (3) understand the ACE Study, and its effects on behavior; (4) understand and utilize principles of how to de-escalate hot topics.

(3 credit hours available)

$60 per person

Special Price:  Register for both Art of Facilitation and Classroom Management for only $100 per person!

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Nov
29
9:00 AM09:00

Art of Facilitation

In this 3-hour workshop, participants will be given the opportunity to explore their personal facilitation skills, identify areas that need enhancement, and even acquire new skills. Participants will be able to: (1) understand the core components of a facilitator’s job; (2) understand and utilize the Six Learning Principles from Sharon Bowman’s book Using Brain Science to Make Teaching Stick; (3) write a work-related mission statement to help them continue to be effective facilitators.

(3 credit hours available)

$60 per person

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