What do you do with students experiencing a lack of permanent housing or with students who are hungry, tired, and have demands placed on them based on the unstable environment they are living in?

This new workshop looks at what homelessness, instability, and disengagement do to learning and the strategies and understandings that are necessary to address those issues. The workshop covers a social cognitive framework that includes the role of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) in learning and how safety and belonging impact the prefrontal cortex. Multiple strategies are given.

Gain understanding and new tools to use in your classroom management and administrative focuses.

Register today for the live and online September 27 workshop with Ruby K. Payne.