In Honor of Learning Disabilities Month, the Learning Disabilities Association of America is presenting a series of lectures by experts in the field. All sessions are free of charge.  For parents and educators who live in Bergen County, please note the following presentation:

What is Learning Disorder NOS and How Do I Advocate for School Accommodations?

Date:  Tuesday, November 27th at 7-9 PM

Presenters: Dr. Steven Korner, Ph.D., Psychotherapist, Learning Disorders/ADHD Evaluator

                            Hillary Freeman, Esq., Special Needs Lawyer, Freeman Law Offices

Location:  JCC, 411 E. Clinton Ave., Tenafly, NJ 07670

For further information, please call 732-645-2738

Certificates for two Professional Development Credits are available

 

THIS IS BULLYING REDEFINED
Learn all about
The BUILDING BLOCKS APPROACH from its creator

ANDREW YEAGER
This Event is sponsored by
PLYMOUTH ROCK ASSURANCE
Teachers’ Insurance Plan of New Jersey
We are hosting a FREE workshop on Tuesday, November 13th in Bergen County, NJ.  This workshop will be conducted by CWE’s Director of Educational Programs Andrew Yeager, and will feature his new Building Blocks Approach to Bullying Prevention.
CWE’s Director of Educational Programs Andrew Yeager is a School Psychologist with over 30 years of counseling experience.
We will provide you with…
  • An Introduction to The Building Blocks. These are the twenty motivating factors that lead students to harass, intimidate, and bully.
  • An overview of the philosophy behind Classroom Infusion Lessons and Case Studies that utilize          The Building Blocks.
  • In-depth Counseling Strategies for dealing with HIB-involved youth.
  • Tips for understanding and more effectively managingNJ’s Anti-Bullying Laws.
  • Suggestions for Improving Overall School Climate.

The Building Blocks of HIB:  Bullying Redefined

The Building Blocks of HIB:  Bullying Redefined is a complete school-wide curriculum (aligned to Core Curriculum Content Standards) that identifies, in detail, the 20 motivations that lead to harassment, intimidation and bullying — going far beyond traditional strategies.
These factors get to the core of HIB and create a dynamic foundation for understanding the issue and developing strategies to prevent it.
Learn More:  Click HERE
The Building Blocks Approach has been carefully designed so every professional in Your School can infuse and incorporate it into your students’ every day experience.All Educators Are Welcome but this Workshop will especially benefit…                    

  • School Assistance Counselors
  • Curriculum Directors
  • School Principals
  • HIB Coordinators
  • School Resource Officers
You Are Invited:
 
“The Hall of Heroes” 
BERGEN COUNTY POLICE & FIRE ACADEMY 
281 Campgaw Rd.
Mahwah, NJ 07430 
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH 
From 1:00 – 3:00 pm 
For those of you that haven’t signed up reserve your space by emailing us at programs@cweducation.com.

 

   Our Sponsor:
  
 Teachers’ Insurance Plan of NJ is committed to supporting the New Jersey educational community through grants, scholarships, professional development and exclusive rates on auto insurance.
   
 
 
Chase Wilson Education provides educator training and student programs centered on a values-based curriculum that provides a foundation of character, tolerance, and empathy.
Thank you for your interest in and support of our mission.

 

Informational Meeting on the College Planning & Funding Process

Is College Planning Overwhelming You and Your Child?

Parents of freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors are invited to an informational meeting regarding the college planning & funding process.

Speakers to include:

Beth Walter, College Bound Advising

Ronnie Silver, Adelphi Educational Services

Angela Radossi, CPA

Amy Harrison, Certified Financial Planner™

 Raymond James, Financial Services, Inc, Member FINRA/SIPC*

Speakers will address:

How to help your child select the right school for them
What colleges are looking for
How tutoring for the SAT or ACT can help your child
Understanding the differences between the SAT and ACT
College application timeline and process
How to produce a strong application beginning as early as freshman year
Powerful essay writing
Financial aid and scholarships
How to tap the assets you have to pay for college

Location:    Ridgewood Library Auditorium

Date:           Thursday, November 15, 2012

Time:           7-8:30 pm

Registration is free.  Seating is limited.

Please contact Mariellen by 11/13/12 to register

Mariellen.stuebe@raymondjames.com    or Call (201) 649-0230.

*365 W. Passaic Street, Suite 205, Rochelle Park, NJ  07662, 201-649-0230.

Beth Walter, Ronnie Silver & Angela Radossi are not affiliated with Raymond James.

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