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The National Center on Dispute Resolution in Special Education

"Encouraging the use of mediation and other collaborative strategies to resolve disagreements about special
education and early intervention programs."

CADRE Calendar/Announcements

2015
May 7-8 SeaTac WA
Seattle, WA: Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth

KEYWORDS: student, troubled, youth, children, school, failure, conference, workshop, teacher, delinquent, depressed, withdrawn, success, conduct, disorder, difficult, emotionally, disturbed, behavior, management, classroom, treatment

Offering classes online and at the following locations:

Seattle, WA: May 7-8, 2015

Portland, OR: October 8-9, 2015

This innovative presentation will teach you how to identify the strategies for helping motivate and counsel troubled youth. Designed for justice workers, counselors, child protection workers, social workers, court workers, foster parents, psychologists, residential care workers, teachers, and special educators, everyone can come away with ideas for a new, more successful, approach. This class explains the challenges that children can face, and how to effectively teach and assist those youngsters. Participants will discover how to best integrate challenged youth and children into programs by successfully managing problems like apathy, bad attitudes, ADHD, withdrawal and more.

For  more information, please see our website at http://www.youthchg.com/.

For registration information click https://www.youthchg.com/teacher-workshops/.

For free sample interventions go to https://www.youthchg.com/free-worksheets/

Available to answer your questions at dwells@youthchg.com, https://www.youthchg.com/free-worksheets/


Youth Change:Your Problem Kid Problem-Solver Workshops
Ruth Wells
Youth Change Workshops
275 N.3rd Street
Woodburn OR 97071 USA
Phone: (800) 545-5736
Email: dwells@youthchg.com
Website: www.youthchg.com/teacher-workshops/

Special Education Conferences
June 21-26 Bethlehem PA
Special Education Law Symposium

"The 40th Anniversary of the IDEA: The Past Is Prologue"

June 21-26, 2015

The Symposium will include basic and advanced tracks, in addition to new hot topics.

The symposium will take place on the campus of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. The campus is located approximately 8 miles from the Lehigh Valley International Airport, 65 miles from Philadelphia International Airport, and 75 miles from Newark International Airport in New Jersey.

Illustrative features of the symposium:

  • Experience a brand new set of topics and faculty for the advanced track. See the 2015 schedule for topics and presenters.
  • Interact with expert presenters, which include a balance of school district and parent perspectives and a blend of prior and new faculty (see faculty listing), including the following prominent attorneys from several states: Laura Anthony (Ohio), Edward Bauer (FL), Maria Blaeuer (Washington, DC), Esther Canty-Barnes (New Jersey), Andrew Cuddy (New York), Laura Gillis (Massachusetts), Michael Joyce (Massachusetts), Isabel Machado (New Jersey), Deborah Mattison (Alabama), Kevin McDowell (Indiana), Michael Stafford (Delaware), and Pennsylvania attorneys Andrew Faust, Joshua Kershenbaum, Dennis McAndrews, Gabrielle Sereni, and Dr. Perry Zirkel.
  • Keep up-to-date on the latest significant cases under the IDEA and Section 504.
  • Choose between basic or advanced tracks depending upon the level of your experience and expertise.
  • Interact with a broad-based mix of special education directors, special or regular education teachers, school psychologists, administrators, parent representatives, and attorneys from several jurisdictions.
  • Exercise your choice too between graduate credits or solely professional development and between full-week and single-day options.
  • Take home a comprehensive electronic manual on a flash drive with the latest legislation, regulations, and detailed case law outlines.
  • The symposium begins with a dinner and a keynote presentation by Melody Musgrove, Director, Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), U.S. Department of Education.
  • If you are an investigator with or other individual interested in the state complaint resolution process (CRP), take advantage of a special two-day rate for Thursday and Friday, which will include sessions relevant to CRP.

Lehigh University
Shannon Weber
Phone: 610-758-5557
Email: specialedlaw@lehigh.edu
Website: coe.lehigh.edu/law

Special Education Conferences
October 8-9 Lake Oswego OR
Portland, OR: Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Youth

KEYWORDS: student, troubled, youth, children, school, failure, conference, workshop, teacher, delinquent, depressed, withdrawn, success, conduct, disorder, difficult, emotionally, disturbed, behavior, management, classroom, treatment

Offering classes online and at the following locations:

Seattle, WA: May 7-8, 2015

Portland, OR: October 8-9, 2015

This innovative presentation will teach you how to identify the strategies for helping motivate and counsel troubled youth. Designed for justice workers, counselors, child protection workers, social workers, court workers, foster parents, psychologists, residential care workers, teachers, and special educators, everyone can come away with ideas for a new, more successful, approach. This class explains the challenges that children can face, and how to effectively teach and assist those youngsters. Participants will discover how to best integrate challenged youth and children into programs by successfully managing problems like apathy, bad attitudes, ADHD, withdrawal and more.

For  more information, please see our website at http://www.youthchg.com/.

For registration information click https://www.youthchg.com/teacher-workshops/.

For free sample interventions go to https://www.youthchg.com/free-worksheets/

Available to answer your questions at dwells@youthchg.com, https://www.youthchg.com/free-worksheets/


Youth Change:Your Problem Kid Problem-Solver Workshops
Ruth Wells
Youth Change Workshops
275 N.3rd Street
Woodburn OR 97071 USA
Phone: (800) 545-5736
Email: dwells@youthchg.com
Website: www.youthchg.com/teacher-workshops/

Special Education Conferences



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