The training is scheduled for Thursday, January 26, 2017, 9:00 – 4:00 in Denver, Colorado. Click here to register.
Dropout Prevention Strategies for Wounded Students
Many high-risk students carry “wounds” with them as they head to school each day. These wounds are evident in their relationships among friends and family and in their interactions within their communities. These wounds are the result of trauma, many times experienced in the form of poverty, abuse, violence, loss, and family dysfunction. Research shows that these sources of trauma have a direct effect on cognitive function, emotional health, and interpersonal capacity. This training will equip educators, counselors, and administrators with trauma-informed policies and approaches to their work that will not only move wounded youth toward healing, but will have a positive effect on overall student achievement and performance.
Who should attend?
This training is relevant for anyone who works with large numbers of at-risk or low-income students. It is relevant for educators, either at the classroom or administrative level, school counselors and staff in alternative schools, and service providers from public, private or non-profit organizations.
Cost: The cost of this one-day training is $225.00. A continental breakfast and lunch are included.
Agenda: Click Here for Detailed Agenda.
The training will be hosted in beautiful and historic Tears McFarlane House, adjacent to Cheesman Park in downtown Denver.
1290 Williams Street
Denver, CO 80205 [ Map and Directions ]
Parking: Plenty of free street parking is available. Click here for a parking map.