Professional Development Training

Intro to 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom (60 minutes or 90 minutes)

This is a fun introductory program full of stories and laughs, designed to give you practical skills that can be used immediately. We’ll explore what it means to discipline, our role as a teacher , and how to have more fun and less stress handling our classrooms. Topics include: neutralzing arguments, delayed consequences, and establishing empathy. Great techniques are introduced to address issues associated with trauma exposed students. Participants can expect to be introduced to a few of the basic skills incorporated in the longer and more detailed program, “9 Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom.”


9 Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom (six or nine 2-hour sessions over the course of a school year) $10.00 workbook required.

Learn practical skills required to succeed with today’s tough students, create a classroom where there are fewer battles with students and fewer complaints from parents, all while lowering your stress level. Topics include: neutralizing student arguing, delayed consequences, empathy, recovery process, developing positive student/teacher relationships, setting limits with enforceable statements, using choices to prevent power struggles, quick and easy preventative interventions, and guiding students to own and solve their problems. Great techniques are taught to address issues associated with trauma exposed students. Participants can expect to be exposed to proven techniques during each session which are practical and simple to implement the very next school day.
Making Difficult Conversations Easier (90 minutes)

Learn to see the 3 conversations within every difficuly conversation. Avoid the pitfalls of establishing who’s right, assessing blame and assuming the worst. Begin converting your difficult conversation to “Learning Conversation,” which will get us to discuss what matters most. You will be exposed to great techniques to improve the difficult conversations with colleagues, administrators, and parents. The participant can expect to be exposed to various techniques to improve the outcomes of difficult conversations they have at home and work.


Employee Rights Training for the Member Representative (30 minutes)

This training provides basic instruction to help member rights.











Social Media in the Work Environment– A Legal Perspective on Your Rights (presented by Elizabeth Fernandez, WEAC Attorney)

Date: April 17th
Time: 5:00-6:00 P.M.
Location: Webinar Only
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/WEACSOCIALMEDIA

*This is a member only event- registration required to receive the ‘Webinar Link’ via email
**Participation is limited

Make the Right Call…Know Your Rights When Dealing With Violent Students.

Join us for a discussion on employee rights when working with regular and special ed. students who become violent. (Presented by Rebecca Ferber Osborn, WEAC Attorney)

Date: April 30th
Time: 5:00-6:00 P.M.
Location: Webinar Only
Registraton Link: http://bit.ly/WEACSTUDENTVIOLENCE

*This is a member only event- Registration required to receive the webinar link via email
**Participation is limited