Wisconsin Safe & Healthy Schools - Old - West Salem, WI - Training & Workshops http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/events_rss.cfm?detailid=248859 Wisconsin Safe & Healthy Schools - Old - West Salem, WI - Training & Workshops en-us (Turtle Lake) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - December 19, 2017 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=337&memberid=659

(Turtle Lake) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

December 19-20, 2017
CESA #11
225 Ostermann Drive
Turtle Lake, WI 54889

Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Turtle Lake: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18854

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

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Tue, 19 Dec 2017 08:30:00
(Turtle Lake) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - December 20, 2017 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=338&memberid=659

(Turtle Lake) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

December 19-20, 2017
CESA #11
225 Ostermann Drive
Turtle Lake, WI 54889

Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Turtle Lake: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18854

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

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Wed, 20 Dec 2017 08:30:00
(Chippewa Falls) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - January 9, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=339&memberid=659

(Chippewa Falls) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

January 9-10, 2018

CESA #10
725 West Park Avenue
Chippewa Falls, WI  54729
Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Chippewa Falls: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18855

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

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Tue, 09 Jan 2018 08:30:00
(Chippewa Falls) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - January 10, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=340&memberid=659

(Chippewa Falls) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

January 9-10, 2018

CESA #10
725 West Park Avenue
Chippewa Falls, WI  54729
Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Chippewa Falls: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18855

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

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Wed, 10 Jan 2018 08:30:00
(Green Bay) Just in Time - January 11, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=327&memberid=659

(Green Bay) Just in Time

Registration: 8:30-9:00 am; Training 9:00 am-4:00 pm

January 11, 2018

CESA #7
595 Baeten Road
Green Bay, WI  54304

Contact: Christine Kleiman, CESA #7
(920) 617-5645; ckleiman@cesa7.org

Traumatized youth often react to frustrations with negative or explosive behaviors that are difficult to anticipate and manage in the classroom. If you’ve found yourself saying, “I didn’t see that coming,” or “They just blew up on me for no reason,” then this workshop will help. Through lecture, video and small group discussion, our full-day workshop will teach psychoeducation, behavioral prevention and early intervention skills for educators in the classroom. You will practice prevention and de-escalation strategies focused on language, body posture, tone of voice and negotiation to help you and your students feel emotionally safer so they can learn.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Understand how the “brain’s danger alarm” works and how to identify trauma triggers and re-enactment cycles in the classroom. (Tier 1)
  2. Learn how to use psychoeducation materials classroom-wide to provide language and strategies to manage emotional distress. (Tier 1)
  3. Learn and practice “just-in-time” skills and strategies to reduce the escalation of student negative emotional behaviors. (Tier 2/3)
  4. Create an intervention plan specific to a trauma (Tier 3)
  5. Integrate trauma-model interventions with the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) framework. (Tier 1)
  6. Learn how to practice and implement mindfulness activities to improve student focus and decrease reactive emotions (Tier 1)

TARGET AUDIENCE: Teachers, administrators, support staff, and pupil services.

REGISTER ONLINE:  Green Bay—http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18722

COST: $35 (Lunch and snacks provided)

Registration or billing questions: Mary Devine, CESA #4; mdevine@cesa4.org

Send payment to: ATTN: Mary Devine
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI 54669

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Thu, 11 Jan 2018 09:00:00
(Green Bay) Honest, Open, Proud - High School Facilitator Training - January 17, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=323&memberid=659

(Green Bay) Honest, Open, Proud - High School Facilitator Training

Registration: 8:30-9:00 am; Training 9:00 am-3:30 pm

January 17, 2018

CESA #7
595 Baeten Road
Green Bay, WI 54304

Contact: Christine Kleiman, CESA #7
(920) 617-5645; ckleiman@cesa7.org

Do you know students who have a story to tell? This is a training for adult facilitators to go back and use with individual or small groups of high school students.

Honest, Open, Proud: To Eliminate the Stigma of Mental Illness is a workbook for small group discussion or personal use. It helps students look at the story they have been telling themselves, discern helpful and hurtful self-attitudes, and analyze the pros and cons of disclosing in different settings to different people. Lastly, it guides them to draft their own story into a format that discloses not only the pain of mental health challenges but also the internal and external resources discovered and used to live life in the way they choose.

Go to: https://wisewisconsin.org/resources/honest-open-proud/ for more information.

Presented by:  Sue McKenzie and WISE Wisconsin Partners

Cost: $35.00  (Includes Lunch)

Online Registration:  Green Bay—http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18705

Registration or billing questions: Mary Devine, mdevine@cesa4.org
Send payment to:
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI 54669 
ATTN: Mary Devine

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Wed, 17 Jan 2018 09:00:00
(Gillett) School-Based Suicide Prevention Training - January 23, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=333&memberid=659

(Gillett) School-Based Suicide Prevention Training  NEW! Updated Curriculum

Presented by: WI DPI Educational Consultants
Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm; Registration 8:00-8:30 am

January 23, 2018

CESA #8, 223 West Park Street
Gillett, WI  54124
Contact: Christine Kleiman
CESA #7 (920) 617-5645
ckleiman@cesa7.org

Among Wisconsin youth, suicide is the second leading cause of death and accounts for almost 1 in 5 of all deaths. State law requires school districts to provide specific classroom instruction in youth suicide prevention and to annually notify staff about the Department of Public Instruction’s resources. The workshop helps participants understand the scope of youth suicide and what schools can do to reduce suicidal acts and thoughts among students. Participants learn about the prevalence of youth suicide, risk and protective factors, comprehensive prevention programs, and crisis intervention.

This workshop is not intended to train all school staff, but prepares teams of pupil services staff, health educators, and administrators to plan,prevent, and intervene at their schools. Action planning is integrated into all phases of the training program. A model workshop for all school staff is provided. Attendees are encouraged to bring their suicide crisis response plans for discussion and revision.

Participants will:

  • Understand the prevalence of youth suicide
  • Discuss legal requirements
  • Gain knowledge and skills to improve classroom instruction at the middle and high school level
  • Create a local action plan based on a 3-tiered prevention and intervention model to reduce suicide among youth

Audience: Pupil Services staff, Health educators, Administrators, and others concerned about youth suicideCost: $50.00 per person—School teams are encouraged.  Includes Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack

Online Registration:  Gillett: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18794

Registration Information: Contact Mary Devine at CESA #4:  mdevine@cesa4.org
(800) 514-3075

SEND PAYMENT TO: 
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI 54669
ATTN: Mary Devine

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

Link to the new, updated curriculum:
http://dpi.wi.gov/sspw/mental-health/youth-suicide-prevention/student-programs/curriculum

See the DPI website for more info:
http://dpi.wi.gov/sspw/mental-health/youth-suicide-prevention

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Tue, 23 Jan 2018 08:30:00
(Green Bay) School-Based Suicide Prevention Training - January 24, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=334&memberid=659

(Green Bay) School-Based Suicide Prevention Training  NEW! Updated Curriculum

Presented by: WI DPI Educational Consultants
Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm; Registration 8:00-8:30 am

January 24, 2018

CESA #7, 595 Baeten Road
Green Bay, WI  54304
Contact: Christine Kleiman
CESA #7 (920) 617-5645
ckleiman@cesa7.org

Among Wisconsin youth, suicide is the second leading cause of death and accounts for almost 1 in 5 of all deaths. State law requires school districts to provide specific classroom instruction in youth suicide prevention and to annually notify staff about the Department of Public Instruction’s resources. The workshop helps participants understand the scope of youth suicide and what schools can do to reduce suicidal acts and thoughts among students. Participants learn about the prevalence of youth suicide, risk and protective factors, comprehensive prevention programs, and crisis intervention.

This workshop is not intended to train all school staff, but prepares teams of pupil services staff, health educators, and administrators to plan,prevent, and intervene at their schools. Action planning is integrated into all phases of the training program. A model workshop for all school staff is provided. Attendees are encouraged to bring their suicide crisis response plans for discussion and revision.

Participants will:

  • Understand the prevalence of youth suicide
  • Discuss legal requirements
  • Gain knowledge and skills to improve classroom instruction at the middle and high school level
  • Create a local action plan based on a 3-tiered prevention and intervention model to reduce suicide among youth

Audience: Pupil Services staff, Health educators, Administrators, and others concerned about youth suicide

Cost: $50.00 per person—School teams are encouraged.  Includes Continental Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack

Online Registration:  Green Bay: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18795

Registration Information: Contact Mary Devine at CESA #4:  mdevine@cesa4.org
(800) 514-3075

SEND PAYMENT TO: 
CESA #4, 923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI 54669
ATTN: Mary Devine

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

Link to the new, updated curriculum:
http://dpi.wi.gov/sspw/mental-health/youth-suicide-prevention/student-programs/curriculum

See the DPI website for more info:
http://dpi.wi.gov/sspw/mental-health/youth-suicide-prevention

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Wed, 24 Jan 2018 08:30:00
(Gillett) School SBIRT Training (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment) - January 29, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=356&memberid=659

(Gillett) School SBIRT Training (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment)

A Training Opportunity for Middle and High School Student Services Staff

Registration: 8:00am—8:30am; Workshop: 8:30am-3:30pm

December 13, 2017 and Jan. 29, 2018

CESA #8, 223 West Park Street
Gillett, WI  54124

Contact: Christine Kleiman, CESA #7
(920)  617-5645; ckleiman@cesa7.org

What is SBIRT?
SBIRT offers an efficient, evidence-based, and comprehensive service to address selected behavioral health concerns among adolescents. The service begins with administering a standardized Screening instrument.  For students who show moderate or high risk results, a Brief Intervention (BI) is conducted. The BI is delivered with motivational interviewing and is protocol-guided.  For those students who show high risk concerns and who do not respond to the BI, a Referral to Treatment may be initiated.

Why SBIRT in Schools?

  • Evidence-based for addressing student alcohol/drug involvement and evidence-informed for addressing a range of other behavioral concerns, including attendance, classroom behavior, and mental health
  • Student-centered and strength-based
  • Teens rate the service with high levels of satisfaction
  • Provides a Tier II and Tier III practice with PBIS
  • Response-to-Intervention can be ascertained by using baseline and follow-up screening results

Training Description

  • A requirement of registration is to complete: 1. A Pre-training Reading Assignment, and 2. An initial Implementation Plan
    Both are available at: www.wishschools.org/resources/schoolsbirt.cfm
  • The school implementation plan must be submitted one week prior to training to: Tracy Herlitzke, therlitzke@cesa4.org
  • Initial Training  (Day 1) — Overview of SBIRT, introduction to the requisite skills (Motivational Interviewing), and practice on delivering protocol-guided Brief Intervention services.  Audio tape delivery of Brief Intervention.
  • Adopt SBIRT Into Practice and Continue Implementation Planning — Staff deliver SBIRT services and track initial implementation.  Staff meet with student services leadership to complete Implementation Plan.
  • Follow-up Training  (Day 2) — Staff receive individualized feedback from fidelity review of audiotape.  Continue skill building, practice delivering SBIRT, and refining Implementation Plan.
  • Implementation Coaching — Staff will participate in monthly implementation coaching calls.

Register Online:  Gillett:  http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18907

Cost: $100/per person (Lunch and snacks provided)  Payable to:  CESA #4 
Send Payment to: CESA #4  ATTN: Mary Devine, 923 East Garland Street, West Salem, WI  54669
PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

Workshop Questions: Tracy  Herlitzke (608) 786-4838; therlitzke@cesa4.org

Registration Questions: Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org

One Grad Credit Available through Viterbo University for $200

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Mon, 29 Jan 2018 08:30:00
(Turtle Lake) Youth Mental Health First Aid - January 30, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=357&memberid=659

(Turtle Lake) Youth Mental Health First Aid

Registration 7:30 am-8:00 am; Workshop 8:00 am-4:00 pm

January 30, 2018
CESA #11
225 Ostermann Drive
Turtle Lake, WI  54889

Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

TRAINERS:

  • Lynn Verage, CESA #9
  • Carol Zabel, CESA #10

MAXIMUM: 30 Participants

What is Youth Mental Health First Aid?
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an evidence-based training course designed to give members of the public key skills to help an adolescent who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The 8-hour course covers a range of common disorders and potential crises such as helping a young person who is having a panic attack, contemplating suicide or struggling with substance abuse.

Read more on: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

Who should take a Youth Mental Health First Aid course?
This course is designed for adults who work with or are around youth ages 12-18 on a regular basis including (but not limited to): teachers, coaches, juvenile probation officers, youth program and school staff, clergy, parents, health and human service providers and more. Training is for individuals who do not have any background as a mental health professional.

OBJECTIVES—Participants will learn:

  • To understand the prevalence of various mental health disorders impacting youth and the need for reduced stigma in communities
  • To recognize the warning signs of mental health problems that may impact youth
  • To understand the risk and protective factors that can impact a youth’s mental health and resiliency
  • To apply a five-step action plan encompassing the skills, resources, and knowledge to assess the situation; to select and implement appropriate interventions; and to help the youth in crisis connect with appropriate, evidence-based treatment and supports
  • To identify and access the community resources available to support youth and their families

COST: $75 per person (Lunch and refreshments and participant manual included)

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4  ATTN: Mary Devine
923 East Garland Street,
West Salem, WI  54669

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

REGISTER ONLINE: Turtle Lake - http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=19041

Registration Questions: Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org

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Tue, 30 Jan 2018 08:00:00
(West Salem) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - March 7, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=341&memberid=659

(West Salem) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

March 7-8, 2018

CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  West Salem: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18856

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

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Wed, 07 Mar 2018
(West Salem) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - March 8, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=342&memberid=659

(West Salem) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

March 7-8, 2018

CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
Contact: Carol Zabel, CESA #10
(715) 720-2145
czabel@cesa10.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  West Salem: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18856

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

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Thu, 08 Mar 2018
(Tomahawk) Honest, Open, Proud - High School Facilitator Training - March 8, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=324&memberid=659

(Tomahawk) Honest, Open, Proud - High School Facilitator Training

Registration: 8:30-9:00 am; Training 9:00 am-3:30 pm

March 8, 2018

CESA #9
304 Kaphaem Road; PO Box 449
Tomahawk, WI 54487

Contact: Lynn Verage, CESA #9
(715) 453-2141; lverage@cesa9.org

Do you know students who have a story to tell? This is a training for adult facilitators to go back and use with individual or small groups of high school students.

Honest, Open, Proud: To Eliminate the Stigma of Mental Illness is a workbook for small group discussion or personal use. It helps students look at the story they have been telling themselves, discern helpful and hurtful self-attitudes, and analyze the pros and cons of disclosing in different settings to different people. Lastly, it guides them to draft their own story into a format that discloses not only the pain of mental health challenges but also the internal and external resources discovered and used to live life in the way they choose.

Go to: https://wisewisconsin.org/resources/honest-open-proud/ for more information.

Presented by:  Sue McKenzie and WISE Wisconsin Partners

Cost: $35.00  (Includes Lunch)

Online Registration:  Tomahawk—http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18706

Registration or billing questions: Mary Devine, mdevine@cesa4.org
Send payment to:
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI 54669 
ATTN: Mary Devine

PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

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Thu, 08 Mar 2018 09:00:00
(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers - March 19, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=361&memberid=659

(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers

DATES: March 19-23, 2018 (5-Day Course)

TIMES: 8:00 am-4:30 pm; all five days - Monday through Friday

LOCATION:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669

CONTACT for more information and submit an application:

Maximum Limit: 20 Participants
 

What is Youth Mental Health First Aid?
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour evidence-based training course designed to give members of the public key skills to identify and respond to signs of mental health concerns in youth, ages 12-18.

Role of Instructor
The primary role of instructors is to teach the Mental Health First Aid course. When they offer the course, instructors must teach the full 8-hour course with fidelity to the core program model and key messages. Each instructor has a set of materials to help guide them through course facilitation.

Read more at: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

PLEASE NOTE—Participants must:

OUTCOME:

  • You are certified to train in Youth Mental Health First Aid. Trainings are designed for up to 30 participants with a co-trainer for each session.
  • Your certification requires a minimum of three trainings per year to remain current.

REGISTER ONLINE:  http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?from_cms=1&eventid=19186

COST: ** Cost is $1300.00 (Covers training, materials, and lunch) All participants will be billed after the training. Amount will reflect whether you attend as an individual or as part of DPI grants or stipend.**

Registration Questions:
Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org

Lodging available at the state rate of $82.00 at Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center, Onalaska, WI (608) 781-3060
http://www.stoneycreekhotels.com/hotel/travel/lacrosse/home.do

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Mon, 19 Mar 2018 08:00:00
(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers - March 20, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=362&memberid=659

(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers

DATES: March 19-23, 2018 (5-Day Course)

TIMES: 8:00 am-4:30 pm; all five days - Monday through Friday

LOCATION:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669

CONTACT for more information and submit an application:

Maximum Limit: 20 Participants
 

What is Youth Mental Health First Aid?
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour evidence-based training course designed to give members of the public key skills to identify and respond to signs of mental health concerns in youth, ages 12-18.

Role of Instructor
The primary role of instructors is to teach the Mental Health First Aid course. When they offer the course, instructors must teach the full 8-hour course with fidelity to the core program model and key messages. Each instructor has a set of materials to help guide them through course facilitation.

Read more at: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

PLEASE NOTE—Participants must:

OUTCOME:

  • You are certified to train in Youth Mental Health First Aid. Trainings are designed for up to 30 participants with a co-trainer for each session.
  • Your certification requires a minimum of three trainings per year to remain current.

REGISTER ONLINE:  http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?from_cms=1&eventid=19186

COST: ** Cost is $1300.00 (Covers training, materials, and lunch) All participants will be billed after the training. Amount will reflect whether you attend as an individual or as part of DPI grants or stipend.**

Registration Questions:
Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org

Lodging available at the state rate of $82.00 at Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center, Onalaska, WI (608) 781-3060
http://www.stoneycreekhotels.com/hotel/travel/lacrosse/home.do

]]> - Held at: CESA #4
Tue, 20 Mar 2018 08:00:00
(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers - March 21, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=363&memberid=659

(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers

DATES: March 19-23, 2018 (5-Day Course)

TIMES: 8:00 am-4:30 pm; all five days - Monday through Friday

LOCATION:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669

CONTACT for more information and submit an application:

Maximum Limit: 20 Participants
 

What is Youth Mental Health First Aid?
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour evidence-based training course designed to give members of the public key skills to identify and respond to signs of mental health concerns in youth, ages 12-18.

Role of Instructor
The primary role of instructors is to teach the Mental Health First Aid course. When they offer the course, instructors must teach the full 8-hour course with fidelity to the core program model and key messages. Each instructor has a set of materials to help guide them through course facilitation.

Read more at: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

PLEASE NOTE—Participants must:

OUTCOME:

  • You are certified to train in Youth Mental Health First Aid. Trainings are designed for up to 30 participants with a co-trainer for each session.
  • Your certification requires a minimum of three trainings per year to remain current.

REGISTER ONLINE:  http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?from_cms=1&eventid=19186

COST: ** Cost is $1300.00 (Covers training, materials, and lunch) All participants will be billed after the training. Amount will reflect whether you attend as an individual or as part of DPI grants or stipend.**

Registration Questions:
Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org

Lodging available at the state rate of $82.00 at Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center, Onalaska, WI (608) 781-3060
http://www.stoneycreekhotels.com/hotel/travel/lacrosse/home.do

]]> - Held at: CESA #4
Wed, 21 Mar 2018 08:00:00
(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers - March 22, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=364&memberid=659

(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers

DATES: March 19-23, 2018 (5-Day Course)

TIMES: 8:00 am-4:30 pm; all five days - Monday through Friday

LOCATION:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669

CONTACT for more information and submit an application:

Maximum Limit: 20 Participants
 

What is Youth Mental Health First Aid?
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour evidence-based training course designed to give members of the public key skills to identify and respond to signs of mental health concerns in youth, ages 12-18.

Role of Instructor
The primary role of instructors is to teach the Mental Health First Aid course. When they offer the course, instructors must teach the full 8-hour course with fidelity to the core program model and key messages. Each instructor has a set of materials to help guide them through course facilitation.

Read more at: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

PLEASE NOTE—Participants must:

OUTCOME:

  • You are certified to train in Youth Mental Health First Aid. Trainings are designed for up to 30 participants with a co-trainer for each session.
  • Your certification requires a minimum of three trainings per year to remain current.

REGISTER ONLINE:  http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?from_cms=1&eventid=19186

COST: ** Cost is $1300.00 (Covers training, materials, and lunch) All participants will be billed after the training. Amount will reflect whether you attend as an individual or as part of DPI grants or stipend.**

Registration Questions:
Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org

Lodging available at the state rate of $82.00 at Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center, Onalaska, WI (608) 781-3060
http://www.stoneycreekhotels.com/hotel/travel/lacrosse/home.do

]]> - Held at: CESA #4
Thu, 22 Mar 2018 08:00:00
(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers - March 23, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=365&memberid=659

(West Salem) Youth Mental Health First Aid Training of Trainers

DATES: March 19-23, 2018 (5-Day Course)

TIMES: 8:00 am-4:30 pm; all five days - Monday through Friday

LOCATION:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669

CONTACT for more information and submit an application:

Maximum Limit: 20 Participants
 

What is Youth Mental Health First Aid?
Youth Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour evidence-based training course designed to give members of the public key skills to identify and respond to signs of mental health concerns in youth, ages 12-18.

Role of Instructor
The primary role of instructors is to teach the Mental Health First Aid course. When they offer the course, instructors must teach the full 8-hour course with fidelity to the core program model and key messages. Each instructor has a set of materials to help guide them through course facilitation.

Read more at: http://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org

PLEASE NOTE—Participants must:

OUTCOME:

  • You are certified to train in Youth Mental Health First Aid. Trainings are designed for up to 30 participants with a co-trainer for each session.
  • Your certification requires a minimum of three trainings per year to remain current.

REGISTER ONLINE:  http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?from_cms=1&eventid=19186

COST: ** Cost is $1300.00 (Covers training, materials, and lunch) All participants will be billed after the training. Amount will reflect whether you attend as an individual or as part of DPI grants or stipend.**

Registration Questions:
Mary Devine (608) 786-4800; mdevine@cesa4.org

Lodging available at the state rate of $82.00 at Stoney Creek Hotel and Conference Center, Onalaska, WI (608) 781-3060
http://www.stoneycreekhotels.com/hotel/travel/lacrosse/home.do

]]> - Held at: CESA #4
Fri, 23 Mar 2018 08:00:00
(Oshkosh) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - April 19, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=343&memberid=659

(Oshkosh) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

April 19-20, 2018

CESA #6
2300 State Road 44
Oshkosh, WI  54904
Contact: Jackie Schoening, CESA #6
(715) 453-2141 jschoening@cesa6.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Oshkosh: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18857

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

]]> - Held at: CESA #6
Thu, 19 Apr 2018 08:30:00
(Oshkosh) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - April 20, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=344&memberid=659

(Oshkosh) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

April 19-20, 2018

CESA #6
2300 State Road 44
Oshkosh, WI  54904
Contact: Jackie Schoening, CESA #6
(715) 453-2141 jschoening@cesa6.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Oshkosh: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18857

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

]]> - Held at: CESA #6
Fri, 20 Apr 2018 08:30:00
(Green Bay) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - June 20, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=345&memberid=659

(Green Bay) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

June 20-21, 2018

CESA #7
595 Baeten Road
Green Bay, WI  54304
Contact: Chris Kleiman
CESA #7; (920) 617-5645
ckleiman@cesa7.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Green Bay: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18858

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

]]> - Held at: CESA #7
Wed, 20 Jun 2018 08:30:00
(Green Bay) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting - June 21, 2018 http://cms1.cms4schools.com/wishschools/pro/event_view.cfm?eventid=346&memberid=659

(Green Bay) Using Restorative Practices and Circles in a School Setting

*Limit 30 Participants*  AUDIENCE: Administrators, School Counselors, Social Workers, and Teachers

Registration 8:00-8:30 am; Workshop 8:30 am-3:30 pm

June 20-21, 2018

CESA #7
595 Baeten Road
Green Bay, WI  54304
Contact: Chris Kleiman
CESA #7; (920) 617-5645
ckleiman@cesa7.org

In today’s schools, care for the person/s harmed through misbehavior is rarely addressed in intentional ways. Misbehavior is punished leaving the student to feel disconnected from school and at times also feeling like a victim. When misbehavior is not addressed in a restorative manner the focus of academic learning is broken. Working through Restorative Practices, misbehaving students deal with the harm they have caused to individuals and to the school community. An understanding of the harm done and a restoring of safety or relationships starts to happen and the emphasis of learning in a caring environment can resume. The goals of Restorative Practices apply not only to those involved in or affected by misbehavior, but to the larger educational community as well.

Key Goals of Restorative Practice:

  • To understand the harm and develop empathy for both the harmed and the harmer
  • To listen and respond to the needs of the person harmed and the person who harmed
  • To encourage accountability and responsibility through personal reflection within a collaborative planning process
  • To reintegrate the harmer (and, if necessary, the harmed) into the community as valuable, contributing members
  • To create caring climates to support healthy communities
  • To change the system and why it contributes to the harm

Day 1—Participants will have an understanding of: Restorative Practices—where its roots are from and how it is being used today. Punishment vs. Restoration—Where are you on the discipline continuum?  The four paned window of conduct. Values and Concepts of a Restorative School Environment—How does your school check out?

Day 2—Participants will have an understanding of the “practices” in Restorative Practice and how they fit into a continuum (think triangle in PBIS) —Types of Restorative Practice: Reintegration following suspensions, Class meetings, Circles, Conferencing, Truancy mediation, Bullying

PRESENTERS:

  • Christine Kleiman  Program Director, Safe and Healthy Schools Department at CESA #7, Regional Coordinator for Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, PBIS Coach and Trainer, and Restorative Practice Trainer.
  • Patricia Kexel  Retired Language Arts teacher and Middle School Guidance Counselor, presently Restorative Practices Trainer and co-founder of Creating Connections. Herb Kohl Fellowship Recipient in 2006

COST:  $200 registration fee per person (Handouts, lunch and refreshments are included).

PAYABLE TO:  CESA #4

SEND PAYMENT TO:
CESA #4
923 East Garland Street
West Salem, WI  54669
ATTN: Mary Devine—PLEASE include and clearly define: Participant name, exact name of workshop, and date, with all checks or purchase orders. Thank you!

ONLINE REGISTRATION:  Green Bay: http://login.myquickreg.com/register/event/event.cfm?eventid=18858

REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE: Mary Devine, CESA #4  (800) 514-3075; mdevine@cesa4.org                    

CREDIT:  OPTIONAL One graduate credit is available from Viterbo University for an additional $200.

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