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Colorado Department of Education Professional Development - Addressing Healthy Boundaries for Students with Significant Support Needs - Session 2

Addressing Healthy Boundaries for Students with Significant Support Needs - Session 2

Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education

On-Demand format. Addressing Healthy Boundaries for Students with Significant Support Needs - Session 2
On-Demand format

Embedding the education of empowerment, relationships, and boundaries into practice Facilitators Trude E. Burnett, M.A.Ed., and Jennifer Harris, MSE; guide you through your own values and bias in order to comfortably and effectively teach students the hows and whys of healthy relationships and boundaries in a two part webinar series. 

Day 1: February 3, 2022, from 4:00-6:30 pm MST

Participants will gain a deep understanding of the critical importance of teaching the topic of relationships and boundaries. Identify your own values and bias to think critically how this impacts your ability to discuss boundaries and relationships with students. Explore the practices in your classroom to see if you are setting up students for successful relationships – or confusing signals of false friendship. Participants will also have an introduction to the types of boundaries and how they are formed.

Day 2: February 10, 2022, from 4:00-6:30 pm MST

Participants will build off of Day 1 topics and put to practical use. You will learn how to turn the more abstract nuances of relationships and boundaries into concrete talking points and teachable moments. Learn anticipatory intervention techniques for common behavior deemed sexualized. Participants will also walk away with a clear plan on how to create a learning environment that supports healthy boundaries and relationships for students with significant Support Needs. 

Additional Training Details

Participants

Colorado professionals working with children birth through 21 years with significant supports needs

Training Expectations

 Full attendance of the session (both days) is a requirement. Please do not sign up for this training events if you cannot commit to the full two and a half hours of each training. 

Registration

Please share this registration link with appropriate colleagues. Each person must register separately. The registration will be closed two weeks ahead of each event; please indicate if you will require accommodations. 

Register for Healthy Boundaries

Confirmation

Once confirmed, the link and handouts will be sent two days ahead of the training. 

About the Presenters

Trude E. Burnett, M.A.Ed.

Trude Burnett, M.A.Ed. - with more than 30 years of experience working with students with disabilities in both the inner city and rural settings, Trude's passion is educating and advocating for students with significant disabilities 0f all levels to be as independent as possible. As an Elevatus trained Special Education Instructional Coach she has the opportunity to impact multiple levels of educators, parents, & guardians to help our students build and maintain positive relationships for life. 

Jennifer Harris, MSE

Jennifer Harris is the Education Specialist at the Anna and John J. Sie Center for Down Syndrome at Children’s Hospital Colorado. In this role she has provided support for over 700 unique patients with Down syndrome, run Healthy Relationships groups for patients and parent. She has also presented locally and internationally to parents, and caregivers. 

Event Date and Time

  • Thursday, February 3, 2022 -
    4:00pm to 6:30pm

Certificate

Full attendance of the session (both days) is a requirement.

Professional development events offers a certificate

Contact Information

Gina Herrera
Herrera_G@cde.state.co.us

     

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Addressing Healthy Boundaries for Students with Significant Support Needs - Session 2

Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education

Webinar format. Addressing Healthy Boundaries for Students with Significant Support Needs - Session 2
Webinar format

Embedding the education of empowerment, relationships, and boundaries into practice Facilitators Trude E. Burnett, M.A.Ed., and Jennifer Harris, MSE; guide you through your own values and bias in order to comfortably and effectively teach students the hows and whys of healthy relationships and boundaries in a two part webinar series. 

Training Dates

Day 1: February 3, 2022, from 4:00-6:30 pm MST

Participants will gain a deep understanding of the critical importance of teaching the topic of relationships and boundaries. Identify your own values and bias to think critically how this impacts your ability to discuss boundaries and relationships with students. Explore the practices in your classroom to see if you are setting up students for successful relationships – or confusing signals of false friendship. Participants will also have an introduction to the types of boundaries and how they are formed.

Day 2: February 10, 2022, from 4:00-6:30 pm MST

Participants will build off of Day 1 topics and put to practical use. You will learn how to turn the more abstract nuances of relationships and boundaries into concrete talking points and teachable moments. Learn anticipatory intervention techniques for common behavior deemed sexualized. Participants will also walk away with a clear plan on how to create a learning environment that supports healthy boundaries and relationships for students with significant Support Needs. 

Additional Training Details

Participants

Colorado professionals working with children birth through 21 years with significant supports needs

Training Expectations

 Full attendance of the session (both days) is a requirement. Please do not sign up for this training events if you cannot commit to the full two and a half hours of each training. 

Registration

Please share this registration link with appropriate colleagues. Each person must register separately. The registration will be closed two weeks ahead of each event; please indicate if you will require accommodations. 

Register for Healthy Boundaries

Confirmation

Once confirmed, the link and handouts will be sent two days ahead of the training. 

About the Presenters

Trude E. Burnett, M.A.Ed.

Trude Burnett, M.A.Ed. - with more than 30 years of experience working with students with disabilities in both the inner city and rural settings, Trude's passion is educating and advocating for students with significant disabilities 0f all levels to be as independent as possible. As an Elevatus trained Special Education Instructional Coach she has the opportunity to impact multiple levels of educators, parents, & guardians to help our students build and maintain positive relationships for life. 

Jennifer Harris, MSE

Jennifer Harris is the Education Specialist at the Anna and John J. Sie Center for Down Syndrome at Children’s Hospital Colorado. In this role she has provided support for over 700 unique patients with Down syndrome, run Healthy Relationships groups for patients and parent. She has also presented locally and internationally to parents, and caregivers. 

Event Date and Time

  • Thursday, February 3, 2022 - 4:00pm to Thursday, February 10, 2022 - 6:30pm

Certificate

Full attendance of the session (both days) is a requirement to receive a certificate.

Professional development events offers a certificate

Contact Information

Gina Herrera
Herrera_G@cde.state.co.us

     

< Return to Upcoming Opportunities
< Return to Professional Development Home Page