Conscious Discipline is an evidence-based approach that provides teachers and administrators with methods to build strong communication with students and achieve behavioral goals in classrooms. Each Master Instructor explains the four components of Conscious Discipline, deepening the participants understanding of skill-building, unity, engagement and practical strategies. It equips teachers with tools to integrate social-emotional learning, discipline and self-regulation. Learn how to implement these strategies in your own classroom by participating in this workshop taught by teachers with expertise in the use of Conscious Discipline.
7 Skills / Powers of Conscious Discipline
In this session we will paint a broad picture of the Seven Powers and Skills of Conscious Discipline. Through this transformational approach to learning we are asked to reflect on our own mindset, skills and practices and determine areas of change. Conscious Discipline provides the structure for adults to learn and practice new skills that will help them build healthier relationships and help children reach their goals.
Conscious Discipline Structuring for Safety and Predictability
The brain functions optimally when we feel safe. In this session, we will dig into the Conscious Discipline Powers of Perception and Attention as we look at how to create an optimal learning environment that provides predictable structure for safety. We will consider in person and virtual strategies that help us get a Brain Smart Start so we can shift the inner state of ourselves and our children as we create an inner state that enhances learning. We will also discover how to us the M.A.P. technique to help us create effective visuals and routines that support the brain’s ability to pick up patterns.
Registration is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis although we reserve the right to limit the number of participants from any one center. Teachers must register themselves using their own email address and personal phone number. This information is needed for communications to confirm registration and to communicate any changes to training logistics.
Virtual Training Requirements:
Participants will receive an email with handouts and the link for Zoom three days prior to each training session.It is recommended that you print all handouts prior to each session.
Participants must log in at least fifteen minutes prior to the start of the session to make sure audio, video and internet connection works. Be sure to name your device by using your first and last name only. Please make sure you give yourself enough time to troubleshoot.
Participants must log in on their own device using a computer, laptop, or tablet.
To minimize disruptions, we ask that you mute your microphone when you not speaking and/or sharing.
To avoid any disruptions, participants will not be admitted into the training session 15 minutes after the
You will be asked to sign in at the beginning of the session and sign out at the end of the session via the chat function. If you are fifteen or more minutes late, do not sign in and sign out using your full name, you will not receive credit.
Cancellation PolicyIf you are unable to attend the training you must notify Lysa Nguyen via email as soon as possible. Failure to cancel at least three days prior to the session will mean you are blocked from future online training registration. To register, you will be required to call or email Lysa Nguyen directly.
If you have any questions in regards to training, please contact Lysa Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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