Purposeful Creativity in the Classroom
December 7, 2020 @ 11:42AM — December 9, 2021 @ 11:42AM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
This training offers a proven process to empower students with problem solving skills that will serve them at home, in school, and, eventually, in the workplace. You will learn strategies for saying “no” less often, while still getting things done.
Wouldn’t it be great if you had a fun way to improve communication and invite solution-making and action with the children in your classroom? This training offers a proven process to empower teachers and students with problem solving skills that will serve them at home, in school, and, eventually, in the workplace.
In this useful session our trainers will take you through the four stages in the Creative Problem Solving process. You will learn strategies for saying “no” less often, while still getting things done. This session is for teachers, education paraprofessionals, administrators, or any other adults who are responsible for children in a school setting.
This course is CTLE credit-bearing for New York State teachers.
Register today to save your seat for this 90-minute, engaging training opportunity and improve the quality of time you share with the children in your care. Training is offered on February 10, July 14, and December 8 2021. Cost is $165.50 per attendee. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for CEF member discounts or learn how to save on 3 or more registrations.