Event Calendar

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

New England Conduct Officer Training Institute

Date(s): August 7, 2019

Time: 8:30 AM  EST - 4:30 PM  EST

Annual training opportunity for conduct officers. Two tracks available to choose between include:
Foundations Track- For new conduct officers to learn about the basic components of holding a student conduct hearing. Topics will include the history of student conduct, legal foundations, hearing preparation, effective questioning, building rapport, motivational interviewing skills, the decision-making process, sanctioning, and rationale writing.
Returner Track- For returners/more seasoned practitioners there will be a full day training on mediation and a full day training on some elements of restorative justice.  Returners can select which topic they wish to attend. 
There is a limit to the number of people (overall, not by institution) who can register for either full-day training due to smaller class size requirements.


Members: $35
Non-Members: $50

FREE Webinar: Neurodiversity & Behavior

Date(s): August 7, 2019

Time: 12:00 PM  EST - 1:00 PM  EST

Different thinking? It needs a different response? A connection between neurodiversity and behavior that lands students in our [conduct] spaces

Temple Grandin said "the world needs all types of minds" and "I'm different, not less." We're constantly learning more about our students, who are different from ourselves, and different from our current students. As the research and knowledge around neurodiverse individuals grows, so can our response in student conduct. In this session, we'll learn about neurodiversity, some of the most likely forms of neurodiversity you may see (ADHD and Autism), and think about how we can meet these students where they are if, or when, they land in our spaces.

Presenter:
Amy Holway
Assistant Director, Student Conduct
University of North Carolina

Pricing:
ASCA Members: FREE
Non-Members: $299

*This webinar is provided free of charge for ASCA members thanks to the sponsorship of North Carolina ASCA and the ASCA Diversity & Inclusion Committee.




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