Student Service Professionals

Diane-Pike

25 Jan: Understanding & Responding to Behavior through the Lens of Trauma, Stress, & Self-Regulation in Early Childhood

This presentation will outline healthy early childhood brain development and define trauma and behavior as a function of the stress-response. Part of this discussion will focus on the importance of adult-child co-regulation and the need to engage in meaningful self-care. Multiple strategies to support the development of both adult and child self-regulation skills will be shared.

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24 Nov: State Update: Graduation Pathways Requirements, CTE Concentrator/Postsecondary Readiness Competency

Indiana school districts must make sure all seniors are meeting the state’s Graduation Pathway requirements in order to graduate. Although districts are familiar with this expectation, it is always beneficial for school counselors and administrators to be aware of any updates or best practices. One of the greatest challenges for all to understand is the CTE Concentrator Postsecondary Ready Competency option. This one-hour presentation will provide participants with the latest on Graduation Pathways from School Counseling Specialist Michelle Clarke as well as significant clarification on the CTE Postsecondary Ready Competency option from Assistant Director of CTE: Programming Tony Harl.