Are you ready to stop “managing” students and learn tools for effective classroom leadership? Are you looking for a social emotional learning program that is woven into and consistent with your discipline program? Are you looking for ways to build a structure of trust and respect among school staff? Positive Discipline can help!
Hundreds of schools also use these amazingly effective strategies for restoring order and civility to today’s turbulent classrooms. Now you too can use this philosophy as a foundation for fostering cooperation, problem-solving skills, and mutual respect in children. Imagine, instead of controlling behavior, you can be teaching; instead of confronting apathy, you will enjoy motivated, eager students! You’ll discover how to:
- Create a classroom climate that enhances academic learning.
- Use encouragement rather than praise and rewards.
- Instill valuable social skills and positive behavior through the use of class meetings.
- Understand the motivation behind students’ behavior instead of looking for causes.
- And much more!
Positive Discipline in the Classroom and School
Registration is $349 and includes: Positive Discipline in the Classroom book, Leader’s Guide and Teacher’s Guide. Scholarship funding may be available. Pay by check to Positive Discipline of Connecticut, mail to PO Box 103, Brookfield, CT 06804, or
by credit card.
Class limited to first 18 registrants! Preregistration required.
The course is appropriate for teachers, administrators, counselors, school nurses, paraprofessionals and youth development program providers who work in a school or after-school setting.
Create a classroom environment where students feel encouraged and engaged in learning, solve their own friendship issues, and feel a sense of connection, value and challenge. As an educator you will feel a sense of accomplishment and find your “calm” once more.
If you are interested in this class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Date TBD.
Participants will learn “the basics” of Positive Discipline and will acquire many tools with which to implement this approach. The course is taught experientially so that there is time to practice new tools.
⇒ Special Class ⇐
Building Resiliency: Working with Students Exposed to Trauma
Do your students over react to small things?
Do they struggle to regulate emotion?
Do they act younger than their age?
Many students have been exposed to trauma and as a result have difficulties in school.
- What trauma and insecure attachment do to growing brains.
- To lead a classroom to benefit all students – including those exposed to trauma.
- To teach students why their brain sometimes “won’t cooperate”, and what to do about it.
- To use strengths-based plans to foster learning for students exposed to trauma.
Staff from the following schools have had some Positive Discipline training:
Brookfield High School
Center Elementary School, Brookfield
Christian Life Academy, Brookfield
Cottage Street school readiness, Danbury
Goddard School, Danbury & Brookfield
Huckleberry Hill Elementary School, Brookfield
Hudson Montessori, New Rochelle
King Street School, Danbury
Prince of Peace, Brookfield
South Street Elementary School, Danbury
Stadley Rough Elementary School, Danbury
Whisconier Middle School, Brookfield
Wooster School, Danbury
YMCA, Wilton and Bethel
Contact email@example.com if you’d like to talk about bringing Positive Discipline in to your classroom or school.
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