Professional Development Workshop #6A & B
Monday, April 27, 2020: Part 1 – Understanding ACEs: Participants will be introduced to the neuroscience of how trauma impacts the brain, the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study and how to build a Self-Healing Community. This workshop encourages a shift in the way we think about our students’ behavior and overall mental and physical health. This shift is critical to informing not only our classroom instruction but our understanding how adverse childhood experiences impact the whole community.

Monday, May 4, 2020: Part 2 – Building a Self-Healing Community: Participants consider the overall health and well-being of their school community and begin to develop an action plan to intervene and shift their school community into a self-healing community. Educators are urged to think collectively as leaders and advocates on a larger scale than the 4 walls of their school buildings. The space where this workshop is held should be conducive to having small group conversations and movement between tables.
YOU MUST ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS!
Registration begins at 4:00 pm; a box meal will be provided; workshop begins at 4:30pm
Reminders:
A photo ID is required for admittance.

Cancellations must be received by phone at the BCEA office 48 hours prior to the workshop. If you fail to notify the office or do not attend a workshop, you will be charged $25.00.
The workshop begins promptly at the time stated. You will not be admitted if you arrive 15 minutes after the start of the workshop.

This is a private meeting exclusively for members of the Burlington County Education Association! Non-members are not permitted to attend except by explicit invitation, and any audio, video or other recording is strictly prohibited.
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