Conscious Discipline Training for Educators

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Conscious Discipline is a longtime leader in the integration of classroom management with social-emotional learning, utilizing everyday events as the curriculum and addressing the adult’s emotional intelligence as well as the child’s.

Conscious Discipline empowers adults to consciously respond to daily conflict, transforming it into an opportunity to teach critical life skills to children.

Conscious Discipline is evidence-based, and was named as a national model for character education by the Florida State Legislature.

If you are a preschool teachers, associates or aides or Kindergarten, First or Second Grade Teachers in Midland County, please join us, for a three-part training in Conscious Discipline to include the following concepts:

7 Skills of Discipline: Skills to constructively respond to conflict in the classroom. These skills promote a peaceful inner state in children from which they are free to learn, cooperate and be successful.

The School Family: The goal of the school family is to create problem-solvers and promote pro-social behavior by learning effective communication skills.

Brain State Model: A frame for understanding the internal brain-body states that are most likely to produce certain behaviors in children and in ourselves. With this awareness we learn to consciously manage our own thoughts and emotions so we can help children learn to do the same.

Where: Midland Community Center
2205 S. Jefferson Ave. Midland, MI 48640

When: Thursday, March 23
Time: 4:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

Cost: $10/Person (receipts given at training) No refunds. Must receive check to be completely registered

Registration deadline March 15 (Dinner Provided)

To Register: email ksmith@messiahbc.org (leave your name and phone number)

Send checks to Kids’ Creek Preschool
1550 S. Poseyville
Midland, MI 48640

Put on by Midland Community Center & Kids’ Creek Preschool

Taught by Linda Benson

Questions call 698-2223

 

For PDF of flyer: Educator Consious Discipline-7

 

 

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