Using the Nervous System to Manage Student Behaviors
These four training sessions will teach you theory and classroom interventions to "hack" into your students' nervous systems to bring them into a calm, ready-to-learn state. Participants will learn over 50 strategies to help children.
Dates: January 5, 12, 19 & 22, 2022
Presenter: Lauren Etu, MS CAS RYT
In collaboration with Monkey See Monkey Do Bookstore & the Center for Literacy and Reading Instruction (CLaRI) at the University ay Buffalo. Register Here
NFRC Past Events 2021
Mary Miller, President of NYSRA and Education Services Director, NY News Publishers Association -April 7
Come and learn about strategies to help educators and students think critically about media messages, identify sources, and gain a deeper understanding of how news professionals gather and disseminate information. Presented virtually on Wednesday, April 7th, 7:00- 8:30 p.m. by Mary Miller, President of NYSRA and Education Services Director, NY News Publishers Association. This event will count as 90-minutes of CTLE credits. Free to attend and NFRC membership not required. Register by April, 5th. Questions, contact Ashlee Campbell (email@example.com).