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It is All about Relationships: Understanding and Connecting with Adolescent...

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University of Minnesota, McNamara Alumni Center.

200 SE Oak Street, Suite 220.

Laukka Room, 2nd floor.

Minneapolis, MN 55455

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Adolescent years are full of opportunities and defined as an optimal time for learning. Having a trusted adult at school is considered a key ingredient for increasing students’ engagement and school connectedness. This training will provide school educators and student support services staff with a deep understanding of early adolescent development, and explore developmentally-tailored relationship-oriented approaches with an academic focus that enhance participants’ efficacy in connecting with adolescents.

Learning Objectives
• Gain understanding of the latest research on biological and brain-related changes that occur during early adolescence and how these changes influence adolescent thinking and behavior
• Learn key factors that promote healthy youth development and how to implement these features in working with adolescents in schools
• Understand and apply a developmental relationship framework including the completion of an individual student connection action plan

Who Should Attend
All who work with young people in middle-level schools– teachers, counselors, school nurses, social workers, mentors, paraprofessionals, coaches, public health nurses and nurse practitioners, restorative practitioners, health educators, psychologists, after school staff, and instructional coaches

Training Schedule
August 19 and 20, 2019
8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Location and Parking
University of Minnesota, McNamara Alumni Center, Laukka Room. 200 SE Oak Street, Suite 220. Minneapolis, MN 55455. Parking vouchers for any of the University of MN ramps will be available to participants.

Continuing Education
This program provides a Certificate of Completion for up to 16 hours of professional continuing education contact hours, which can be submitted to individual licensing board for credit based on their guidelines.

Registration and Cancellation
The registration fee for the 2-day training is $75 per person. Student discount available (please bring your student ID to the training). Light snacks will be provided. Lunch is on your own. Contact Abigail Gadea (gadea002@umn.edu) for more information and registration questions. Registration fees are refunded only if written cancellation is received by August 12, 2019. An administrative fee of $15 is charged on all cancellations. A full refund of fees paid is made if the training is not held. The University of Minnesota reserves the right to cancel the training if necessary.

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University of Minnesota, McNamara Alumni Center.

200 SE Oak Street, Suite 220.

Laukka Room, 2nd floor.

Minneapolis, MN 55455

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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