Professional Development Training
Respectful Ways offers both, onboard training at your school or camp so all staff are comfortable with using the student curriculum, as well as custom-designed P.D. training on various Social Emotional Learning topics. Take our survey to discover the topics you’d like covered in the P.D. workshop, and we’ll custom-build the content for your specific SEL needs.
Onboard Training to use our online modules includes:
Initial onboard professional development training for all staff
2nd onboard meeting about 6 weeks later for those staff with questions
1 or 2 Respectful Ways Trainers on site
All Respectful Ways Professional Development content and materials
Continual check-ins and re-trainings for any staff turnover
Respectful Ways Workshops:
We understand that continuing education and Professional Learning (PD) for your staff is as important as the SEL curriculum itself! We are your wingman in the classroom for your students and educators.
Take our survey to implement a more tailor-made P.D. experience. After receiving your survey, we’ll research logical experts to interview, design a suggested Agenda, and get back to you to discuss your SEL needs.
Below are examples of four well-rounded Respectful Ways workshops for staff and parents. These are the core subjects covered, around your specialized training.
These workshops below can all be altered for your specific SEL needs:
Investigating Mental Health Issues and Helping Children Cope
From adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) to student suicides, all school staff must be able to recognize trauma in a student — and know what to do about it. Attachment & Trauma Network staff are experts in trauma-informed care and give real-world advice and suggestions to help educators, help students. COVID-19 has brought on its own onslaught of new trauma in children, so we’ll address proper SEL techniques to use this coming fall semester. This workshop shares the best techniques for handling mental health issues in students, while keeping your own sanity. Educators can experience their own PTSD in certain situations, so we’ll address personal care as well as student support.
We open this workshop to all school staff because all adults in school communities are establishing relationships with students.
Social and Emotional Learning:
Why SEL Is Important for School Safety and Classroom Management
This workshop is an overview to help with educator buy-in on why today’s schools needs SEL curriculum married into their existing daily workload. We’ll give tips on how it eases the day for staff, and show the science that proves emotional well-being improves student outcomes. We do a deep dive into a common question – Bullying VS Peer Conflict; how to recognize the difference and how best to respond. We make learning fun using engaging break-out sessions and scenarios to analyze as a group.
How Social and Emotional Learning Can Conquer Modern-Day Issues
From juuling and e-cigarettes to sexting and cyberbullying, the i-Generation has introduced some challenging new issues for educators to face head on. We share smart tools and recommendations on how to handle the growing list of today’s unique concerns. Coronavirus has introduced new issues for counselors and educators to work on with students and their families, so we’ll propose smart SEL techniques to use during remote-learning this coming fall semester. We also help all staff understand and address the needs of non-binary students and give smart suggestions on how to make your school safe for its LGBTQ population. This workshop is interactive: We share experiences and discuss how different case scenarios should be handled.
PBIS & SEL:
Changing the Culture and Climate of Our Schools and Communities
Adopting a new school-wide or district policy like PBIS and then adding SEL on top of it, can be a daunting task for any administrator or educator. This workshop will explain why SEL and PBIS belong together. Participants will be given the tools to implement PBIS and SEL strategies at school AND home, for an entire community culture shift.
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