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:
- Neutralizing student arguing,
- Delaying consequences,
- Developing positive relationships,
- Limit setting via enforceable statements,
- Choices that prevent power struggles,
- Preventative interventions, and
- 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). The Brunos have personally used these skills with students from K-12 and colleges.
How to Register: Visit the WMPLC website