“Climbing Out of the Girl Box,” “Sexting & Cyberbullying,” “Black Girl Blues” & Other Great Sessions

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Now in its 9th year, the 2015 Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference lineup is packed with great presentations that will equip, inspire and provide new ideas as you work with female students population to improve relationships and keep the focus on academics. (Sessions/speakers are subject to change.)

Barbara Coloroso
Just Because It’s Not Wrong Doesn’t Make It Right

Barbara Coloroso
The Bully, the Bullied, and the Bystander Breaking the Cycle of Violence

Molly Barker
Putting Your Passion to Work

Molly Barker
Climbing Out of the Girl Box

Dr. Harry Wong & Dr. Rosemary Wong
What Works? Prevention, Not Intervention

Alfie Kohn
Beyond Bribes and Threats: Moving from Control to Community

Rafe Esquith
Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire

Dr. Thomas Armstrong
Neurodiversity in the Classroom:  Strength-Based Strategies to Help Students with Special Needs Achieve Success in School and Life

Tracie Berry-McGhee
I Define Me!

Dr. Shaheen Shariff
Sexting and Cyberbullying: Defining the Line for Digitally
Empowered Kids and Young Adults

Dr. Shaheen Shariff
Defining the Lines on Cyberbullying

Carolyn Strong
Black Girl Blues: An Examination of Intra-racial Bullying

Susan Bowman
How to Help Children and Adolescents Who Self-Injure Using Creative Media

Christian Moore
10 Strategies Proven to Inspire & Engage EVERY Student

Dr. Greg Richards
Ethics Lessons to Inspire Bystanders and Improve Student Peer Relationships

Tracie Berry-McGhee
I’m a Keeper!

Steph Jensen
Survive the Hive: Key Strategies to Aid Young Women in Cultivating Healthy Relationships 

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

Carol Miller
Are Your Girls Star Bound? A Journey in Leadership and Empowerment

Kathy Byrd
Becoming a Lady of Distinction

Radha Patel, Tonya Riley, Natalie Jones, Amanda Lamza, Denise Alcover
Got Guidance? How’s That Workin’ for Ya?

Kyra Kelly
Media, Body Image and Gender Identity: How Social Media Impacts Young Women and How We Can Help

Dr. Greg Richards
Ethics Lessons to Inspire Bystanders and Improve Student Peer Relationships

Charisse Beach
Girls Rule the World!

Richard Guerry
Teaching Public & Permanent: Cyberbullying & Other Cyber Issues Prevention Made Simple

Joyce L. Davis
Pearl Girlz Education & Empowerment Program

Felicia Shepherd
Not Another Mean Girl: How to Help Girls with Relational
Aggression

Kelsey Tainsh
We’re  All  Different: Teaching Inclusion to Prevent Bullying

Dr. Laura Bakosh & Janice Houlihan
Taming Emotions and Transforming Bullying Behavior with ARC

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

Dr. Aja Gardner
Reaching Our Neediest Girls: On a Mission, Sister-to-Sister

Mark Johnson & Sam Stecher
Elvis & Rottweilers in School: Classroom Specific Bully Prevention Principles

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

Rick Shaw
Student Liabilities: Addressing Your Biggest Threat (to Your Students, Reputation & Bottom Line)

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.

Registration $425

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