This program dives deeply into understanding the context in which learning is taking place. Neuroscience can help us understand what is happening for educators and students in moments of dysregulation, so teachers can learn how to support regulation for students and classrooms. You’ll learn to use brain and body state awareness to guide you in applying strategies and learn how to talk to others about the science behind the strategies you’re using. Exploring an embodied approach, we’ll focus on safety and belonging, along with promoting reflective self-awareness, all vital pieces in creating new options for behavior. You will get support as you work through the challenges in doing this work, as you practice applying what you already know, while gaining multiple perspectives and new insights.
Welcome, we are excited to share this journey with you.
Please note some key dates and information below:
All live webinars take place at 5-6:30pm MST and are recorded if unable to attend live.
Live Webinar Dates:
- August 22nd, 2022
- October 3rd, 2022
- November 14th, 2022
- November 28th, 2022
- December 12th, 2022
Plus a special Bonus session for school-based mental health providers: July 28th, 2022 at 5-6:30pm MST
To access a replay and materials for the bonus session, click below.
Recorded lessons will be released on the following dates: September 5th, 2022, September 19th, 2022, October 17th, 2022, October 31st, 2022
On-line Consultation Groups: You will complete a brief survey to chose a consultation group that works for your schedule
To view the consultation group schedule, click here.
Credit: Participants receive a Certificate of Completion and can also earn a graduate credit from Colorado State University. To receive credit you must register with CSU and pay $65. This option also has additional work requirements. Click here for more information or to register for credit.