07. luglio 2020 - 8:30
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Healing Discipline: Part 2, The Joy Continues.... | SpringHill Suites by Marriott | martedì, 07. luglio 2020

Conference Date:
July 7th, 2020 from 8:30 to 5:30
June 8th, 2020 from 8:30 to 5:30

Why this course?
Instead of getting easier, education is getting harder. More children are coming into our schools without the self-regulation to manage their own behavior or sit quietly through a lesson. Educators are overwhelmed by the enormity of their responsibilities and the constant disruptions and chaos that ruin their best-laid plans.   

Course Description
This class is designed for those who have taken our first course: "Healing Discipline: Finding Joy in Working with Challenging Students." In this conference, we will spend time exploring our needs, our priorities, our emotional triggers, and roadblocks that get in the way of taking care of ourselves. As we delve deeper into understanding ourselves, we can more easily set boundaries with students, form healthy relationships with colleagues, and develop strong teams. When educators have a better understanding of themselves, they are less likely to take student behavior personally; therefore, they can make connections and set healthy boundaries that can lead to healing for their students. We will review Healing Discipline Strategies and learn additional techniques for managing student behavior. We will work together to create and share Healing Discipline Behavior Plans that can immediately be implemented in classrooms.
Prerequisite: Healing Discipline: Finding Joy in Working with Challenging Students

Educational Goals and Learning Objectives
Participants will: 

Increase self-acceptance as well as develop confidence in yourself and your skills.

Review Healing Discipline Strategies and learn more advanced techniques to apply in the classroom. 

Gain more self-awareness.

Understand the "Road Blocks" that get in the way of taking care of yourself, and how to overcome the "Road Blocks” and set healthy boundaries with students.

Learn how to create Healing Discipline Behavior Plans that you can take back and use in your classroom and school(s). 

Understand the importance of maintaining expectations for difficult students.

Learn how to be a better communicator with your school team.

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 Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) or Boise State University (BSU) are $60 a credit.  To obtain credit for this class, class members will need to finish both days in full as the project for credit will be completed at the end of Day 2 prior to participants leaving.
Sign up for BSU credit at: 
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Sign up for NNU credit at: 
We are accredited through the IdahoSTARS training office.
What materials are needed to attend?
In order to keep registration costs low, all participants will receive an email one week prior to the event with conference materials and handouts. These can be printed out and brought to the conference. Students will also receive a Healing Discipline book with strategies and theories as part of the conference cost. 

Where can I stay if I am coming in from out of town to attend the class?
The class will be held at the Marriott SpringHill Suites in Boise, Idaho. Visit their website to check room rates and availability.

Call the hotel directly at 1-208-342-1044 to make a reservation.

What is your Refund Policy?
To receive a full refund, send your request at least two weeks prior to the event via email to the event organizers at healingchildren@gmail.com. You will receive a full refund minus a 7% processing fee. If we receive a refund request less than two week before the event, you may transfer your registration to another event at a later date.  

Who do I contact if I have questions?
Contact Traci Glover or Leena Weaver:
1. Via email at info@healingchildrenllc.com. 
2. Through the website at www.healingchildrenllc.com or www.healingchildrenllc.org. 
3. Call us at 1-888-311-1883.