Wed, Feb 03|
School Administrator Academy (Feb. 3)
School Administrators are in a unique position to shape the climate and culture of the entire school. This training is designed to help you create powerful learning environments for all members of the school community.
Time & Location
Feb 03, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
About the Event
School Administrators are in a unique position to shape the climate and culture of the entire school. This training is designed to help you create powerful learning environments for all members of the school community. The Administrator Academy sessions will explore the four principles of Applied Educational Neuroscience:
· Educator Brain State
· Safe Attachment
· Regulation and Co-regulation
· Teaching Neuroanatomy
You will learn about the latest research on how to best support your staff and enhance your own and staff’s ability to effectively connect with students and maximize their potential for learning and succeeding.
Dr. Lori Desautels
Butler University College of Education
New Jersey Department of Education
School Adiministrator Academy Dates: Wednesdays (12pm - 1pm) - Feburary 3, 2021, March 3, 2021, April 14, 2021, May 5, 2021, June 2, 2021. It is recommended that individuals try to attend all dates.
Educator Professional Development Hours will be available through the SRI & ETTC.
Early registration is encouraged. Once registered, participants will be receiving the meeting link from Zoom. For any questions, please contact Natalia at Natalia@capeassist.org or Laurie Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
“In these gatherings, we will be addressing the brain and body states of the adults in our buildings that can contribute to overall well-being! We will explore how adversity and trauma impact the adult brain and body state and how we can build resiliency with one another in all times, but especially during this pandemic and restlessness in our communities, schools, and homes. Our brains and bodies are built to always heal, and repair and we all carry a great deal of emotional contagion. When we carry in calm nervous systems, our students feel the shifts inside their bodies and brains.”
- Dr. Lori Desautels