“Intra-Racial Bullying” and “Angry, Adversarial & Avoidant Students” Sessions Just Added

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ADVANCE REGISTRATION CLOSING 4/30/15!

cstrong150Author Carolyn Strong says that since African-American women have been in the New World, “society has gone out of its way to catalog us.”  As Dean of Students at a large high school, she sees that trend continuing – with skin color and hair texture playing an outsized role in intra-racial relational aggression.  She will present a Pre-Conference Session entitled Black Girl Blues: Strategies to Combat Intra-Racial Bullying at Innovative Schools Summit Atlanta.  She will also present a breakout session during the Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference.

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Aaron Wiemeier specializes in working with children and teens battling PTSD and anger issues.  He says trauma memory often provides a “template” that helps a person evaluate how to respond in a given situation.  But it can also help educators understand why a student might “go off” in certain situations. He will present a Pre-Conference Session entitled The Fearless Educator: Strategies for Working with the Most Angry, Adversarial & Avoidant Students.  He will also present a breakout session during the Summit.

Now in its 9th year, the Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference will help counselors, principals, teachers, social workers and other professionals understand the latest research and field-tested strategies designed to address relational aggression and build positive, supportive relationships among girls.

LAS VEGAS PRE-CONFERENCES – June 21st  Register here.

Steph Jensen
UnTangled: What Educators Can Do When Sugar, Spice & Everything Nice Becomes Smart, Tart & Falling Apart

Sam Stecher & Mark Johnson
Mission Monday: A Plan to Make Your Classroom, Your School and Community a Better Place One Week at a Time

Jacque Wisnauskas
Understanding POV: The Gateway to Reaching and Teaching the Aspie

Dr. Tom Maglisceau
Beyond ‘Grit’ & Resiliency: Empowering Students for Success Through Transformational Schools

Stephanie Plain Potter
The English Equation: It All Adds Up Like 1+2=3

David Derpak
Transforming School Climate: Simple Strategies with Tremendous Impact

Mike Paget
5 Keys for Working with Students with “Acting Out” and “Acting In” Disorders

Aaron  Wiemeier
The Fearless Educator: Creative Insights & Strategies for Working with the Most Aggressive, Oppositional & Avoidant Children & Adolescents

ATLANTA PRE-CONFERENCES – June 28th Register here.

Kaye Randall
Be the Difference: Creating New Pathways for Youth through the Power of Responsibility and Accountability

Sam Stecher & Mark Johnson
Mission Monday: A Plan to Make Your Classroom, Your School and Community a Better Place One Week at a Time

Rick Shaw
Lessons Learned from Sandy Hook: Key Insights Every Educator Needs to Know about Student Safety

Mike Paget
5 Keys for Working with Students with “Acting Out” and “Acting In” Disorders

Brad Chapin
Self-Regulation Training: A Framework for Success

Kip Jones
wRAPping Character Around The heARTS of Right Brain Students

Carolyn Strong
Black Girl Blues: Strategies to Combat Intra-racial Bullying

Brian Mendler
Motivating and Managing Hard to Reach, Uninterested and Disruptive Students

Dr. Greg Richards
Insights from Brain Research on Adolescent Behavior and Risk-Taking

NIAGARA PRE-CONFERENCES – July 14th Register here.

Brad Chapin
Self-Regulation Training: A Framework for Success

Brian Mendler
Motivating and Managing Hard to Reach, Uninterested and Disruptive Students

Richard Guerry
Public & Permanent: A Guideline to Promote Responsible Use of Technology & Prevent Digital Abuse

Steph Jensen
UnTangled: What Educators Can Do When Sugar, Spice & Everything Nice Becomes Smart, Tart & Falling Apart

Larry Thompson
A Fresh Approach to Handling Challenging Discipline Situations: Essential Skill-Based Strategies

Mike Paget
5 Keys for Working with Students with “Acting Out” and “Acting In” Disorders

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