Positive Discipline in the Classroom Workshop Sheraton Hotel


June 2, 2017 – June 23, 2017 all-day
Carol Dores
Sheraton Hotel
700 E Main St
Stamford, CT 06901

Teachers, counselors, social workers, school staff and administrators!

Positive Discipline in the Classroom Certification Workshop  is designed for people who work in school settings who want an effective discipline approach that integrates social and emotional learning while reducing challenging student behaviors. 13 CE’s. Attendees will earn recognition as a Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator and will learn to:
-Develop a large teaching toolbox of kind and firm discipline approaches.
-Establish explicit classroom structures and procedures.
-Create an equitable classroom community based on mutual respect.
-Understand the motivation behind students’ misbehavior and how to encourage positive change.
-Facilitate effective class meetings teaching social skills and problem-solving.
-Learn Positive Discipline/Adlerian Psychology for use in the classroom and school community.
-Learn about attachment and trauma, and strategies to work with students adversely affected by trauma
Date/Time/Location: June 24-25, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM, Stamford, CT
Cost: $425 includes materials. Registration and more information can be found here: www.positivediscipline.org/event-2376668
13 CEs: The Positive Discipline Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider. ACEP No. 6723. This program also is co-sponsored by the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP). NASAP is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for Psychologists. This program is also approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval #886750149-1179) for 12.5 continuing education contact hours.

Visit www.positivediscipline.org for cancellation policy.  Email carolsdores@gmail.com with special accomodations and other questions.

“Classrooms that use Positive Discipline are calmer and have fewer student disruptions.”