Instructor: Pete Bruno, LCPC & President, Family Life Institute, Boise, ID
Useful for teachers, paraprofessionals, volunteer-leader, and administrators, this workshop is designed for teachers by school teachers and a school psychologist. The authors of Teaching with Love & Logic: Taking Control of the Classroom based this workshop on 37 years of classroom and administrator experience in public schools. By the end of the two-day class, participants will be encouraged to experiment with the “9 Essential Skills” (choosing from 34 variations), will know the “9 Skills” and take home at least one appropriate experiment-plan to use for each of them: (1) Neutralizing student arguing, (2) Delaying consequences, (3) Empathy, (4) Recovery, (5) Developing positive relationships, (6) Limit setting via enforceable statements, (7) Choices that prevent power struggles, (8) Preventative interventions, and (9) Guiding students to solve their own problems. Teachers taking this class for college credit and hours will have time to write a multi-part essay covering each module, and write a concrete example of how they might use the described skill in their school situation (administrator, teacher, paraprofessional, or volunteer-leader).
April 4&5 at Target Range School in Missoula
April 6&7 at Linderman Education Building: 124 3rd Ave. East, Kalispell, MT 59901
April 6th from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
April 7th from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Module 1 & 2
Module 3 & 4
Module 5 & 6
Module 7, 8, 9
Cost: $199/per person for the two day workshop
Price includes Workbook with PowerPoint, reference materials, and place to record notes and results.
The Brunos have personally used these skills with students from K-12 and colleges.
Lunch from Jimmy John’s will be provided on both days.