No matter the length of time we’ve worked with kids, we can always improve our behavior management and de-escalation skills.
Have you tried mindfulness yet? Not sure how to do it, what it is exactly, or how it could work in your program?
After school professionals know how to make use of an awkward space. Join us for this opportunity to try out some new indoor active games and tweak some old ones in our own awkward space.
#2: Zooming in on Family & Community How well is your program engaging youth families and the community? Develop your ability to use the CT QSAT to enhance family and community engagement.
Join other supervisors in your area to discuss what is on your mind.
Make the most out of those transition moments by planning ahead.
#3: Zooming in on Environment & Safety The world is a scary place, so how do you strive to maintain safety and support in your program?
There’s a lot of buzz out there about SEL. Social and Emotional Learning tools are key to developing effective programs that support young people to be ready to take on the challenges of tomorrow’s world.
Come learn concrete ways to increase access to appropriate technology and teach students the skills and tools they need to know to be informed consumers of technology.