New for the 2017 Convention!
Following the regularly scheduled convention events on Saturday, November 4, two additional in-depth professional development training sessions will be offered to the convention attendees at no additional charge.
If interested to attend, please make your selection in the registration options when you register for the convention. Advance registration is required to attend.
Post-Conference Sessions – 1:45 pm – 4:15 pm
Session 7: Sanford Harmony and Inspire for Social and Emotional Learning
Description: An interactive workshop design to train participants for use of the “Harmony and Inspire Programs”. Learn research based lessons and activities for every-day practice, and how to easily integrate this program into your comprehensive school counseling program to positively impact the culture of schools. This is a program that school counselors and teachers can use in the classroom. At the conclusion of training, each participant will receive access to the program tool kits for grades pre-k through 6th, valued at more than $1000 at no charge.
Presenters: Barbara Barry and Rick Roach
Dr. Barbara Barry, a former Orange County School Counselor, and recipient of the ASCA Elementary School Counselor of the Year, and FSCA Elementary Counselor of the Award.
Rick Roach, is a former Orange County School Board member, and recipient of the FSCA Advocate of the Year Award.
This program is supported through a grant with Nova Southeastern.
Session 8: MBF Prevention Education Programs Facilitator Training
Be trained as a facilitator to deliver MBF Child Safety Matters™ (grades K-5) and MBF Teen Safety Matters™ (grades 6-8), prevention education programs provided to Florida’s public schools at no cost. Learn how to help your students prevent and respond to critical safety issues including bullying, cyberbullying, digital abuse and dangers, relationship abuse, trafficking, and all types of child abuse.
Florida law mandates that all schools provide child abuse and bullying prevention education to students, parents/guardians, and school staff. Beyond that, it is wise to educate and empower children with knowledge and strategies to help protect them from the dangers they face in society today.
The programs are practical and easily implemented, research based, and fully supported by the US Department of Justice, Florida Attorney General, Florida Education Cooperative Planning Team, Florida Department of Education, and Florida Department of Children and Families.
Presenter: Joni Shook
Joni Shook, is the current Program Outreach Manager with the Monique Burr Foundation for Children. A former Duval County Public Schools District School Counseling Specialist, elementary school counselor, and a past recipient of the FSCA Advocate Award.