School Resource Officers, School Administrators, Counselors, and other professionals are invited to share effective strategies and programs that promote a physically and emotionally safe learning environment. Anti-Bullying initiatives are welcome.
Effective programs and adopted vision/mission statements geared towards cultivating empathetic and compassionate connections (teacher-student, student-student, school-community, etc.) and its impact on the learning process.
Counselors and practitioners are invited to submit proposals geared towards understanding child development and the effects of trauma on that development and learning.
Effective strategies for developing an inviting, respectful, and inclusive culture be it in the classroom, building, or extracurricular group setting where everyone feels they are contributing members.
Creative teaching strategies that engage and motivate students, inspiring confidence and recognition of one another’s unique strengths and abilities.
Practitioner Health and Well-Being
School/System Administrators, Counselors, and other professionals are encouraged to share programs, practices, and approaches that are effective in maintaining the emotional and physical well-being of those who work with students affected by trauma and may experience secondary trauma as a result of that interaction.
June 24 - 27, 2018
Embassy Suites Orlando-Lake Buena Vista South
4955 Kyngs Heath Rd
Kissimmee, FL 34746
John Gailer - (864) 712-3704
Denise Gianforcaro - (864) 712-3703
John Peters - (864) 642-6372, Ext. 107.
Debra Andrews - (864) 642-6372, Ext. 102.