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Double Session Workshop [clear filter]
Thursday, March 3
 

9:00am CST

De-Escalation of Challenging Student Behaviors (Double Session)
This session explores the basis for many of the challenging behaviors that we see, particularly when it comes to those who have experienced past trauma. The primary goal of this training is to give providers strategies to help co-regulate the student’s emotions and get them back to a place where they can manage themselves as well as help build their self-regulation skills.

Audience:  Program Administrator, Teacher, Social Worker, Paraprofessional

Speakers
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Steven Winchell

QA Coordinator, Spero Family Services


Thursday March 3, 2022 9:00am - 11:15am CST
Redbird E

9:00am CST

Working with LGBTQ+ Youth (Double Session)
This session is designed to educate educators/social service workers on the LGBTQ Community so we can be more understanding when working with LBGTQ youth in our schools/professional settings.

Audience: Program Administrator, Teacher, Truancy Caseworker, Homeless Program, Social Worker, Paraprofessional

Speakers
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Kari Docherty

Professional Development Coordinator, Spero Family Services


Thursday March 3, 2022 9:00am - 11:15am CST
Fell A
 
Friday, March 4
 

9:30am CST

Making Sense of Student's Behavior by Understanding Brain State (Double Session)
Every student you work with has a brain that developed differently. Understanding brain development gives clues to understanding why students do the things they do. This workshop will explore how to understand the behaviors you are seeing in your classroom through the neurosequential model of brain development.

Audience:  Program Administrator, Teacher, Truancy Caseworker, Homeless Program, Social Worker, Paraprofessional 

Speakers
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Jessica Donaldson

Director of Behavioral Health, Regional Office of Education #33


Friday March 4, 2022 9:30am - 11:45am CST
Fell A

9:30am CST

Restorative Practices in Alternative Schools (Double Session)
This session will discuss implementation and benefits of restorative practices in alternative education.

Audience:  Program Administrator, Teacher, Truancy Caseworker, Homeless Program, Social Worker, Paraprofessional 

Speakers
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Joseph McQueen

Administrative Assistant, Regional Office of Education #33
21 years working with struggling youth in various settings. I like sports and cooking. Just returned to Illinois after spending 10 years in Phoenix AZ. Excited to be back around ISU where i went to school.


Friday March 4, 2022 9:30am - 11:45am CST
Redbird B

9:30am CST

Social and Emotional Learning: It's Not Just for Kids (Double Session)
In youth serving spaces, adult social and emotional learning (SEL) is critical to the well-being and success of those youth. In this interactive session, participants will: understand why adult SEL is so important to effectively nurturing and teaching young people; learn what it means to practice SEL through an equity lens; identify personal areas of strength and opportunities for growth; and learn strategies to enhance their SEL skills.

Audience:  Program Administrator, Teacher, Truancy Caseworker, Homeless Program, Social Worker, Paraprofessional 

Speakers
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Caryn Curry

Mental Health Consultant, Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago Center for Childhood Resilience


Friday March 4, 2022 9:30am - 11:45am CST
Beaufort