Calendar

Feb
28
Tue
School counselors in the classroom
Feb 28 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

For school counselors, working in the classroom can be a great way to get to know your students and have them get to know you, but it can be a challenge, especially with middle school students.  Forget the lecture, ditch the videos–we’re going to teach you how to really connect with students thru cool activities and tricks.  Whether you work in an elementary building, middle school or with the big kids, we’ll provide you with a selection of our best and favorite classroom activities and techniques for making important concepts come alive.  Then your problem will be how to deal with all the students at your door wanting to see you and teachers wanting you back in their class!

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

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Mar
6
Tue
Dealing with Bullies
Mar 6 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Ten strategies for getting a student who is bullying to stop!  Some of these techniques are “in your face” and use adult power and control, while other approaches help kids who bully get their needs for power met in a positive, pro-social manner.  In any case, we’ll outline them all for you and provide both demonstration and opportunities for you to try them out.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

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Here is a preview of a few of the PowerPoints for the TeleClass…

Mar
29
Thu
The latest and best strategies for great school climate **Free Class!**
Mar 29 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Schools have been striving to bullyproof their buildings now for a number of years–long enough to create opportunities to learn what works and what does not.  How do we get a bully to stop?  What should we be telling victims? Where should schools focus their limited prevention resources?  We have several hundred thousand bullying surveys from schools across the country to guide our answers to these questions and we will lay it all out for you in this fast-paced hour.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

 Register for this free TeleClass here

Apr
17
Tue
What to say to a parent when their kid is on drugs
Apr 17 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

No doubt we’ve all had the experience of having a student’s parent come into our office saying “I just found a bag of marijuana under my kid’s bed!”  And then they turn to us and ask what they should do.  Tough question.  And no one-size-fits-all answer, to be sure, but we can offer you some really useful guidelines for the parent to follow that will help everybody involved.  These practical suggestions stem from 20 years of working with teens on the drug scene–creating lots of stories with happy endings.  We will demonstrate how to use them, and also deliver them to you after the TeleClass in a set of handouts with worksheets that you can make copies of to give to parents.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

Price: $29.95
Apr
24
Tue
What to say to a parent when their kid is on drugs
Apr 24 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

No doubt we’ve all had the experience of having a student’s parent come into our office saying “I just found a bag of marijuana under my kid’s bed!”  And then they turn to us and ask what they should do.  Tough question.  And no one-size-fits-all answer, to be sure, but we can offer you some really useful guidelines for the parent to follow that will help everybody involved.  These practical suggestions stem from 20 years of working with teens on the drug scene–creating lots of stories with happy endings.  We will demonstrate how to use them, and also deliver them to you after the TeleClass in a set of handouts with worksheets that you can make copies of to give to parents.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

Price: $29.95
May
25
Fri
The latest and best strategies for great school climate **Free Class!**
May 25 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

Schools have been striving to bullyproof their buildings now for a number of years–long enough to create opportunities to learn what works and what does not.  How do we get a bully to stop?  What should we be telling victims? Where should schools focus their limited prevention resources?  We have several hundred thousand bullying surveys from schools across the country to guide our answers to these questions and we will lay it all out for you in this fast-paced hour.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

 Register for this free TeleClass here

May
29
Tue
When parents are part of the problem
May 29 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

It is very easy to lament about parents being part of the problem in regards to some of the students you are working with.  Okay, we get that.  But, that doesn’t change anything.  Instead, let’s explore strategies to work successfully with parents.  Whether it be little tricks, like making your office parent-friendly or bigger strategies that will work with parents who are very defensive or destructive, this TeleClass will arm you with a number of useful ideas that you can put to good use.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

 

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The latest and best strategies for great school climate–part II: putting what you’ve learned to work
May 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

So now you know the ingredients for quality school climate and you’ve  seen the data that points the way.  But how do you get your school there?  To be blunt: what do you do when you get it…and they don’t?  In this TeleClass we outline the activities, strategies and interventions to use in your school building to build a united front when it comes to building-wide expectations and get staff working as a cohesive team for holding students accountable for their behavior.  We will give you a number of staff development activities and demonstrate how to use them.  At the conclusion of the class, you will receive copies of all described activities, and a set of Power Points that you are free to use in your building and in your work.

In order to get the most out of this TeleClass, we ask that you take part one first, which is a free Teleclass.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

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May
30
Wed
High-impact Interventions
May 30 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Are you tired of staff shaking their head and saying “Aint it a shame” in reference to a student whose school performance is falling apart?  Do you know of kids who are harmfully involved in drugs or cutting or an eating disorder and you just don’t know what to say or do about it?  Perhaps you’ve tried and regretted it because all you got for your efforts was denial and defensiveness.

There is another way.  Intervention is a specific technique designed to pierce thru defensiveness and get students to take a look at their behavior and do something about it.  Using a tried-and-true model from the Johnson Institute, we’ll show you simple ways to create meaningful, powerful interventions that are wrapped with care and concern.

Note: All times listed are Pacific Coast Times

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Reaching the un-motivated student
May 30 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

“He just doesn’t do anything in class.”  “She’s bored all the time!”  “He’s late for class 3 times a week.”  Most likely, these are common, but not welcomed, referrals.  It’s hard to be successful with students who just don’t’ seem to care at all about school.  There usually is a start button on these kids…if you know where to look!  We’ll cover a number of different practical strategies for reaching the student with no motivation, and you’ll be welcoming these kids with an open door.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

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Jun
12
Tue
High-impact interventions
Jun 12 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Are you tired of staff shaking their head and saying “Aint it a shame” in reference to a student whose school performance is falling apart?  Do you know of kids who are harmfully involved in drugs or cutting or an eating disorder and you just don’t know what to say or do about it?  Perhaps you’ve tried and regretted it because all you got for your efforts was denial and defensiveness.

There is another way.  Intervention is a specific technique designed to pierce thru defensiveness and get students to take a look at their behavior and do something about it.  Using a tried-and-true model from the Johnson Institute, we’ll show you simple ways to create meaningful, powerful interventions that are wrapped with care and concern.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

Price: $29.95
Jun
14
Thu
Kids and the latest drugs: what they are and how they work
Jun 14 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am

Perhaps you think you’re hip; maybe you know you’re not.  It is difficult to keep up with teens and mood-altering substance use and, do you know what?  They prefer it that way!  Abused over-the-counter medications, K2 (if you don’t know what that is…take this class!), and all the other latest ways to get high will be identified and discussed.  We may never be hip, but at least we can know what we are talking about and what kids are up to these days.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

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Jul
6
Fri
The latest and best strategies for great school climate **Free class**
Jul 6 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Schools have been striving to bullyproof their buildings now for a number of years–long enough to create opportunities to learn what works and what does not.  How do we get a bully to stop?  What should we be telling victims? Where should schools focus their limited prevention resources?  We have several hundred thousand bullying surveys from schools across the country to guide our answers to these questions and we will lay it all out for you in this fast-paced hour.

Note: listed time  for this class is Pacific Coast Time.

 Register for this free TeleClass here


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