SELF-WORTH TO ACADEMICS

Topic: Behavior Management/Social Skills
Instructor: Beverly Warnimont
Method: Face to Face (WRK)
Location: APD

Course Description:

The main objectives of this 2-day seminar, "Enhancing Self-Worth in Students and Promoting Tolerance and Respect of Others," (K-12) are understanding self-worth as a foundation to meet the emotional, social, and academic needs of students, strategies to help students feel valued and gain academic success, exploring diversity and tolerance as related to teaching the core standards, strategies to promote positive decision-making, diversity, and respectifulness, and information/resources for parents to address social and academic concerns of their children/adolescents.

Strategies will be given to enhance students' self-worth to help improve the academic, social, and emotional issues of students.  Diversity, tolerance, and respectfulness will be addressed to promote acceptance and a caring learning environment.

A separate instructional fee of $150 will be charged by Effective Educational Seminars, Ltd.

Cost: $195
Timespan of Course:
November 22, 2013 to December 17, 2013
Contact E-mail: bev@bright.net

Meeting Times

  • Day and Time of Meeting: 
    Friday, November 22, 2013 - 4:30pm to 9:45pm
    Location of Meeting: 
    266 Schar College of Education
  • Day and Time of Meeting: 
    Saturday, November 23, 2013 - 7:45am to 4:45pm
    Location of Meeting: 
    266 Schar College of Education
Registration Information:
Course Number: 229
Course Section Name: EDU*6100*V2
Academic Term: 14/GW
Academic Level: GW
Credits: 1.00
Subject: EDU