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Colorado Department of Education Professional Development - Executive Function and Emotional Regulation Trainings in a School Setting (Centennial)

Executive Function and Emotional Regulation Trainings in a School Setting (Centennial)

Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education

Face-to-Face format. Executive Function and Emotional Regulation Trainings in a School Setting (Centennial)
Face-to-Face format

Come and learn about brain development and how to effectively support students with executive function and emotional regulation issues. This information is applicable to students with disabilities (e.g., brain injury, ADHD, SLD, SED, ASD, SLI) and students with complex needs.

Trainers:

Heather Hotchkiss, MSW

Nicole Crawford, Ph.D.

Who: 

Special Education Directors, Teachers, Mental Health Providers, Speech-Language Pathologists, Related Service Personnel, Consultants, General Education Teachers & Administrators

What:

Understand brain development and how to effectively support students of all ages with executive function and emotional regulation challenges.

 

*Note: This is a repeat of the training by the same name provided during the 2016-17 school year.

Space is limited and this training tends to fill up quickly, so please register early. If your plans change, please notify us as quickly as possible. If you attended this training in 2016-17, you may be removed from our list to make room for first time attendees.

Event Date and Time

  • Friday, February 21, 2020 (All day)

Location

Student Achievement Resource Center (SARC)

Centennial, Colorado

Certificate

7.5 CDE training hours will be provided. 

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