Atlanta 2022 Handouts

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June 15th Pre-Conferences

Brad Chapin: Self-Regulation: Evidence-Based Strategies to Teach Self-Management

Dr. Brian Dinkins: Developing The Emotionally-Inclusive Classroom Using SEL 

Steph Jensen: Lost Boys: Closing the Academic Gender Gap – Part 1 (Same handout as Part 2)

Dr. Marquita Blades: POWARRful Teaching Strategies for Increasing Student Engagement

Steph Jensen: Lost Boys: Closing the Academic Gender Gap – Part 2 (Same handout as Part 1)

Brad Chapin: Teaching Self-Regulation Skills to Students Who Have Been Impacted by Trauma

June 16th Pre-Conferences:

Dave Schmittou: It’s Like Riding A Bike: How To Make Learning Last a Lifetime

Tracie Berry-McGhee: Girl Drama: Best Practices to Help Educators Reduce Relational Aggression 

Larry Thompson: Defiant, Manipulative & Attention Seeking Students – Part 1 (same handout as Part 2)

Megan Diede: Disrupting the Norm: Using Multi-Level Integration to Start Teaching More & Planning Less

Dave Schmittou: Making Assessment Work for Educators Who Hate Data but Love Kids 

Larry Thompson: Defiant, Manipulative & Attention Seeking Students – Part 2 (Same handout as part 1)

William Noel: How to Reach the (Sometimes) Hard to Reach

Marquita Blades: Escape the Classroom: Using the Escape Room Model for Addressing the Needs of All Learners 

Main Conference Handouts:

William Noel, Sr.:  Color Brave: Implicit Bias, Equity & Cultural Competence in Schools

Melissa Sadin: Trauma-Informed Classroom Management Across Grade Levels!

Kevin Cripe: The Challenge of Teaching in a Complex World: Keeping Students and Teachers Engaged in School

Jennifer Moore: Using the Well-being Wheel to Guide School Wellness Work

Taiwana Walker: Take a Mindful Moment – Using Mindfulness to Create A Positive Learning Environment

Cameron Caswell: Infusing Mental Health Into Everyday Practice

Marlon Smith: Building the Village Mentality!

Carmen White: Games, Creative Strategies and Brain Breaks for SEL and Academic Achievement

Gregory Powell: Our Stock Is Rising: An Elementary Student’s Intro to the Stock Market

Wylie Howard: Understanding Educational Alternatives: How to Inspire, Empower and Transform your Students

Derrick Bailey: Reshaping Discipline and Restoring Relationships with Restorative Conferences

Jennifer Moore: Helping Staff Use Restorative Language in Trauma-Informed Schools: Focus on Early Childhood

Connie Hamilton: Three States of Mind: De-escalating Emotions

Connie Hamilton: Strategy Slam: Tools and Protocols to Engage Students in Active Learning

James Jones: Using “The Lunch Tray ” Model to Align Resources

Melissa Sadin: A Trauma-Informed Approach to Recurring Behavior Problems

Tracie Berry-McGhee: Girls and SEL in a Digital World

Sean Slade: Why ‘MESSY’ Leaders are the Future: Leading with Empathy, Vulnerability & Humility

Larry Thompson: Closing the Exits Off the Road to Responsibility

Katie Anderson: Talking Isn’t Teaching – 50 Ways to Leave Your Lecture

Steph Jensen: Flipped Classroom Management

Katie Anderson: Reach Them So You Can Teach Them – Supporting Struggling Students

Megan Stuhlman: Can Teamwork Make the Dream Work? Structures and Strategies For Collaborating to Enhance Adolescent Engagement

Brad Chapin: Refill Your Cup: An Interactive Mindfulness and Movement Session to Boost Your Self-Care

Ron Large: Belonging Matters

Steph Jensen: Navigating Needs: Connecting SEL and Academics

William Noel: Reframing School Discipline: Punishment vs. Discipline

Brian Dinkins: Trauma and Social-Emotional Learning: An Integrated Approach to Using SEL to Support Impact of Trauma

Marquita Blades: The POWARR of Student Collaboration: Using Problem-Based Learning Simulations

Tracie Berry-McGhee: I Define Me

Megan Diede: The Magic School Bus 2.0: Creating Classroom Experiences for Tomorrow’s Learners

Joe Christensen – Strategies that Work with Indigenous, Disengaged, At-Risk and Challenging Students – From An Australian Playbook