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  • About the Presenter Grace Dearborn is an award winning teacher, author and presenter on classroom management and brain compatible teaching. In addition to 15 years of teaching at-risk students in the San Francisco Bay Area, Grace has worked as a mentor, literacy coach, curriculum developer, and PD coordinator. Grace’s expertise in classroom discipline and student motivation, coupled with her engaging presentation style, has allowed her to travel worldwide since 2010, training teachers in districts both large and small.

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    Registration Info consciousteaching.com/summer19

    June 17-19 San Jose CA

    This fun-filled, hands-on, 3-day seminar is ideal for K-12 classroom teachers, mentor teachers,

    administrators, and teacher trainers.

    What You Get

    ✦ 3 days of world-class teacher training ✦ The Book: Conscious Classroom Management, 2nd Edition ✦ Reproducible planning templates, activities and lesson plans ✦ Certificate documenting 20 hours of continuing education ✦ Optional continuing ed units available from St Mary’s College

    Conscious Classroom Teaching: How to Motivate, Manage and Engage All Students

    Our school has spent tens of thousands of dollars on PD over the past several years, and all of my teachers said Grace’s training was the best they’ve ever attended! ~Richard C., Principal, San Francisco CA

    $325 $375

    In this 3-day training you will learn:

    ✴ Two dozen practical brain-compatible teaching strategies that motivate all students, especially the toughest

    ✴ Nine innovative ways to teach procedures that will create seamless transitions and maximize instructional time

    ✴ Five strategies that reduce student defiance, arguing and wasted time ✴ Twelve active engagement strategies that break up direct instruction and

    increase student attention, memory, and enthusiasm for learning ✴ Four winning approaches to connect positively with the most difficult students,

    and break their cycles of misbehavior ✴ Ten strategies that increase participation without risking student humiliation ✴ Dozens of innovative and easy to implement techniques to create the learning

    environment you’ve always wanted… and have fun doing it!

    Early-Bird until 5/5/19

    after 5/5/19

  • Conscious Classroom Teaching: 3-Day Training on How to Motivate, Manage and Engage All Students

    Day 1: Monday 8:30am-3:30pm 8:00-8:30 registration. coffee & tea 8:30-12:00 Session 1

    ✴ Positive Assumptions ✴ Teaching Procedures ✴ Holding Ground

    12:00-1:00 LUNCH (on your own)

    1:00-3:30 Session 2 ✴ More Procedures ✴ Using Consequences

    Day 2: Tuesday 8:30am-3:30pm 8:00-8:30 coffee & tea 8:30-12:00 Session 3

    ✴ Brain Research/Neuroscience ✴ Active Engagement Techniques

    12:00-1:00 LUNCH (on your own)

    1:00-3:30 Session 4 ✴ Making Connections ✴ Attention & Memory ✴ Giving Directions

    Day 3: Wednesday 8:30am-3:30pm 8:00-8:30 coffee & tea 8:30-12:00 Session 5

    ✴ Participation Strategies ✴ Rehearsal Techniques ✴ Postive Connections

    12:00-1:00 LUNCH (on your own)

    1:00-3:30 Session 6 ✴ Breaking the Cycle ✴ Managing Teacher Stress ✴ On-Going Resources Review D

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    Day 1 Summary

    On Day 1 of the institute we will focus on foundational aspects of preventing and intervening with inappropriate and off-task behaviors. We will learn how to shift our attitudes towards misbehaving students and then use concrete strategies to get and keep kids on task. And we will learn how to effectively use consequences when these preventative measures aren’t effective.

    Day 2 Summary

    On Day 2 of the institute we will focus on instructional design. We will learn dozens of simple yet creative ways to break up our instruction and engage students into their learning, as well as the research behind the techniques. We will also learn how to be more clear and consistent in what we ask for and how we ask for it, so that we get what we want, when we want it.

    Day 3 Summary

    On Day 3 of the institute we extend the learning from days 1 and 2 by looking at how to break cycles of misbehavior with chronically difficult students and how to increase student participation. In addition we will look at managing our own stress and we will end with a review of some planning resources for implementing and or sharing what you have learned.

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    Workshop Location

    San Jose Teachers Association Offices: 5444 Thornwood Drive San Jose, CA 95123

    Questions: Grace Dearborn grace@consciousteaching.com

    Credits: At the conclusion of the Institute, each participant will receive a certificate documenting 20 hours of professional development. Participants can, if they wish, submit a copy of their certificate to St Mary’s College of California with a check for $100 to receive 2 CEUs (continuing education units). The necessary forms will be given to interested participants on the last day of the training.

    Discounts: There is an early-bird discount of $50 for registering before May 5th.

    Registration: www.consciousteaching.com/summer19

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  • How to Get Here San Jose International Airport (SJC) 12 miles from institute San Francisco International Airport (SFO) 40 miles from institute Oakland International Airport (OAK) 45 miles from institute

    Where to Stay Budget hotels near the institute with free shuttle to and from the San Jose Airport Holiday Inn: 1350 N 1st St, San Jose Double Tree: 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose

    Double Tree: 1995 South Bascom Ave, San Jose

    Budget hotels near the institute with free wifi and free breakfast

    Best Western: 2118 The Alameda, San Jose Holiday Inn Express: 2660 Monterey Hwy, San Jose

    How to Get Around If you think you will want to explore some of the Bay Area (San Francisco, Berkeley, Santa Cruz, etc) we recommend you rent a car. Otherwise, we recommend taking the super shuttle from the airport to your hotel and using Uber for getting around town.

    Things to Do Around Town San Jose is a sprawling cultural metropolis just 40 miles south of San Francisco. It is well known for its parks and museums. We recommend you check out Trip Advisor’s list of things to do, to find things that might appeal to you and yours:

    www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g33020-Activities-San_Jose_California.html

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