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Legal Implications and Facilitated IEP Training
Along with Special Education attorney Julie Weatherly, Key2Ed’s trainers will provide participants with 2 days of education in IEP facilitation and its legal benefits in a small interactive learning environment. The environment will allow participants to engage the trainers and Julie in informative Q & A activities throughout the conference.
This Conference will focus on how to:
· Prevent conflict at IEP meetings
· Manage strong emotions from team members
· Have a productive and meaningful dialogue focused on the student
· Keep all team members focused on the IEP meeting content
· Use an effective and legally compliant IEP agenda, and group behavior norms to manage the meeting process
· Avoid legal disputes by using facilitative behaviors
Registration is limited to the first 75 people
Tuition: Single registrant: $695; three or more $650 per registrant
Registration includes continental breakfast, lunch, a welcome reception, and all materials
Drexel University and Key2Ed
426 Verandah Lane
Franklin TN 37064 USA
IEP Facilitation Training
Professional Skills Program
2nd Annual Professional Skills Program
Baltimore, MD, March 20-22, 2014
Offers multiple distinct dispute resolution courses.
" "STAR" - A Systematic Approach to Mediation Strategies
" Advanced Mediation: Skills and Techniques
" Advanced Family Collaborative Law
" Strategic Negotiation Skills
" Tools of Mindful Awareness for Lawyers, Mediators, Negotiators, Judges, Arbitrators, and Managers
" Conflict Resolution Consulting: Using Mediation to Improve Organizational Communications, Team Building, Leadership, Change and Systems Design
" Conflict Management Coaching: Practice and Principles
" Beyond the Basics: What to Know and Do to be a More Effective Mediator
Contact Lori Rushford at (310) 506-6342 or email@example.com
For course descriptions, faculty bios and to register visit our website at:
Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution Pepperdine School of Law and University of Maryland Francis
500 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore MD 21201 USA
Phone: (310) 506-6342
General Mediation Training
Seattle, WA Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Troubled Sprecial NeedsYouth
Got Problem Kids? Here's your Problem Student Problem-Solver Conference. You name the problems and this workshop delivers hundreds of immediate, problem-stopping answers. You will leave with innovative, more effective strategies for school failure, truancy, dropping out, work refusal, violence, delinquency, bad attitudes, depression and more. College credit and clock hours available.
Free sample interventions, and free monthly Problem Student Problem-Solver magazine available at our web site, youthchg.com, or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call toll-free to 1-800-545-5736. Work-study financial aid available for all classes. Call for details.
Coming to many cities around the US. Also available as distance learning. Call 1-800-545-5736 for information and a workshop flyer. College credit and clock hours for many disciplines offered for both live and recorded classes. On-site workshops can also be scheduled for your school, agency or conference. This class also makes a terrific fund raiser if you host the event and invite area professionals to attend. Call us at 1-800-545-5736 or visit our web site at youthchg.com for more details. If you have problem kids, we can help.
Special Education Resources
Many Notes One Symphony, Conflict Engagers in Harmony - ACR 14th Annual Conference
Cincinnati 2014 is a Conference with a difference. We are offering hte opportunity to be part of a beautiful collection of well-thought out and engaging conflict resolution pieces. The score for ACR's 2014 Conference will be a unique symphony including a prelude with rich solos leading to a common community experience creating an orchestral harmonic whole. We are requesting proposals to compse the score for ACR's symphonic piece.
The prelude starts on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 with day-long, specific content programs tailored for specific topics/audiences. The program's movement starts on Thursday, October 9, 2014 and continues through to Saturday, October 11, 2014. Solos will be interwoven on Thursday, October 9, 2014 and Friday, October 10, 2014. Thursday's solo will focus on Diversity and Equity in support of ACR's Diversity and Equity values, principles and policy. Friday's solo has its focus on bullying in all its aspects: cyber/school/workplace/other contexts and adults/youth/children/other persons. Saturday is the finale and ACR defined Retreats.
Specific proposals for prelude, movement with solos and finale are invited. Relevance, currency of topic, innovation and creativity in practice/technology, best practices and collaboration within and across practice areas and contexts are critical (recognizing that the harmonic music and craft of conflict resolution encompasses foundational research/knowledge, policy development and practice skills).
Call for Proposals closes 12/12/2013 @ 5:00pm ET.
Proposal submissions must be: relevant, current/creative in topic/innovation/collaboration for the conflict resolution field and craft; and reflect ACR's Diversity and Equity policy. To submit your proposal, please use and complete the following survey link:
Association for Conflict Resolution
Call for Proposals