Superintendents, Human Resource Administrators, Risk Managers and Principals
Dr. Glenn Lipson, Making Right Choices
How to Register:
Email Kimberly Kennedy at email@example.com by November 26, 2019
Staff-student interaction affects learner engagement at many levels. Student relationships with staff are considered to be central to student engagement and their learning. Staff-student interaction is a two-way, dialogic relationship where district staff’s role is to influence, guide and provide feedback on what the student does. Furthermore, effective engagement may come from situations in which the student initiates the interaction.
Due to the nature of staff-student interaction, actions by staff members that are inconsistent or in conflict with the values established by the District can harm students, staff members, and the District’s operation.
This lunch and learn will provide attendees with the knowledge and skills to enhance their ability to MAKE RIGHT CHOICES. Attendees will learn how to define appropriate boundaries, identify acceptable and unacceptable behavior, recognize and respond appropriately to unacceptable behavior, recognize the early signs of misconduct, prevent and identify what constitutes student “grooming”. Special emphasis will be placed on how to break through the culture of denial and how to implement on-going training for administrators and staff.
If you have any questions, please contact Kimberly Kennedy at (562) 404-8029.
There is no charge to attend this event for ASCIP members or our invited guests.