Facilitator(s): Stacy Lappin, MEd, CPDT
Dates and Times:
08/20/2019 - 08/21/2019
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
2100 24th Ave South
From the time she was in 3rd grade, Stacy wanted to be a teacher. In her 10 years of teaching, she experienced firsthand the challenges that educators and school leaders face every day trying to support their students. As Director of Program at Sound Discipline, Stacy provides direct service professional development, coaching, and consultation, and works to create new resources for transformation in schools and to lead Sound Discipline facilitators in their journey. Stacy clearly sees the systems challenges in schools and is committed to supporting educators who want to make a difference but don't know a way out of the "system". By giving adults tools for being in relationship with each other, self-awareness and support, this work can create peace and dignity for all students and challenge deep inequities in our communities. For Stacy, this work has shaped how she sees the world and how she interacts with everyone in her personal and professional life. She is deeply grateful for the transformational impact it has had on her relationships with her three children. This experience has fueled her passion for teaching parenting classes, which she has done for the last 14 years in a variety of settings ranging from co-op preschools, and elementary schools to homeless and court-ordered families and families in transition housing. When she is not working, Stacy is happiest spending time with her family. She appreciates the small moments together and enjoys watching her kids do what they love. She also loves to cook, bake, and share traditions with her family. Her personal motto, which her colleagues witness her living by every day, is "Always walk the talk."
Workshop Description: This two-day interactive workshop is designed for teachers, counselors, school staff and administrators who want an effective discipline approach that integrates social and emotional learning while reducing challenging student behaviors. Attendees will earn recognition as a Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator and will learn to:
- Develop a large teaching toolbox of kind and firm discipline approaches.
- Establish explicit classroom structures and procedures.
- Create an equitable classroom community based on mutual respect.
- Understand the motivation behind students' misbehavior and how to encourage positive change.
- Facilitate effective class meetings teaching social skills and problem-solving.
- Learn Positive Discipline/Adlerian Psychology for use in the classroom and school community.
Cost: $375 Early Registration, available until 07/22/2019. $425 Regular Registration. Limit 30
To Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/positive-discipline-in-the-classroom-august-20-21-seattle-registration-61442098972
Stacy Lappin, email@example.com, 206-782-1595
Special needs/accommodations: If you have any special accommodation needs, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, in advance.
Cancellation/Refund Policy: Workshop Registrations: A full refund (minus a $35 processing fee) will be given when the request for a refund is made up to 30 days prior to the first day of a workshop. Refunds are not available for cancellations less than 30 days before a workshop. However, paid registrants can transfer to another workshop within one year at no additional cost. Refunds are not available after a transfer is made or if you do not provide advanced notice that you will not be attending the workshop.
In the event of cancellation, participants will be notified by email.