Students Who Struggle Still Belong: Leveraging Our Collaborative Efforts to Support the Needs of Behaviorally Dysregulated Students to Ensure They Feel Safe and Connected to their School Community.
Helping children with challenging behaviors to reach their potential and have a sense of belonging requires a community of caring in which everyone works together. Join your colleagues at this day-long conference to find out how you can make a difference and gain practical and effective ideas and strategies.
There are breakout sessions for district and building administrators, general and special education teachers, counselors, paraprofessionals, school psychologists, and social workers.
What does it mean to be a leader? Is it being in charge or is it being responsible for those in your charge?
A principal’s skills, knowledge, and experience are important when it comes to leading schools. But whether interacting with staff, students, or parents, principals also need empathy—a key social-emotional skill—to be effective and drive continuous improvement.
Discover how to grow your own empathy, as well as that of others, and the enormous positive effect this can have on your school. Explore how to view differences of opinion as opportunities to learn. And learn how empathy can help you:
- Build strong relationships with and among staff members.
- Better connect with students’ parents.
- Reduce conflict by eliminating problems before they get out of hand.
- Model and pursue the crucial issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Improve instructional leadership.
Throughout the session, we will share strategies and engage in collegiality as we will learn with and from one another. By the end of the session, you will have a plan to become a Chief Empathy Officer.
Join former principal, author, and consultant Tom Hoerr at the Primex Training Center in Concord, NH on October 18th for this interactive and engaging presentation.
Click on the image below to hear an invitation from Tom!
A copy of Tom’s book “The Principal As Chief Empathy Officer” is included in your registration fee.
About our Speaker
Thomas R. Hoerr, Ph.D. retired after leading the New City School in St. Louis, Missouri for 34 years and is now the Emeritus Head of School. He is currently a Scholar In Residence at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and teaches in the Educational Leadership program, preparing prospective principals. He also led the ISACS New Heads Network and founded the Non-Profit Management Program at Washington University in St. Louis. Hoerr has written five books, and his newest, Taking Social Emotional Learning Schoolwide: The Formative Five Success Skills for Students and Staff, was published in December of 2019. He has written more than 150 articles, including “The Principal Connection” column in Educational Leadership Magazine from 2004 to 2017.
Who should attend: Building and District Administrators, Aspiring Administrators, and Others in Leadership Positions.
Registration Fee: NHASCD and/or NHASP Member – $325
Non-Member – $375
What are the Seven Factors For Success? They are seven areas that must be engaged to ensure successful coaching.
Without purposeful development and support in all seven areas, your coaching program, whether formal or informal at this point, will not meet its maximum potential, educators will become discouraged, and those who are the most vulnerable—your students— will suffer the most loss.
Join Jim Knight at this NHASCD/NHASP sponsored conference for Instructional coaches, peer coaches, building and district administrators, and classroom teachers, all of whom will benefit from this day-long conference.
NHASCD and/or NHASP Member: $425
Every fifth registrant from the same district is FREE
Receive a copy of The Definitive Guide to Instructional Coaching: Seven Factors for Success with your registration