Developmental Resources (a division of AccuTrain Corporation)
For more than 20 years, Developmental Resources (a division of AccuTrain Corporation) has produced high-quality continuing education events for educators and other professionals. These events have been acclaimed for their informative, practical content and their knowledgeable, engaging presenters.
Intensive multi-day conferences – such as the Girl Bullying and Empowerment Conference, the School Discipline Conference, the Wired Differently Conference, the Innovative Counseling Strategies Conference, the Innovative Teaching Strategies Conference and the NextGen School Safety Conference – offer attendees an opportunity to benefit from the perspectives of both internationally recognized experts and innovative practitioners.
One-day seminars – such as Mean Girls (Girl Bullying), Wired Differently, Difficult Students, Self-Regulation and Critical Mental Health Challenges -- provide a more concentrated venue where educators can gain knowledge and practical ideas from an insightful presenter with expertise in the field.
Live and recorded 90-minute webinars enable attendees to access – from their own desktop or workplace – live, how-to training from specialists on a variety of topics ranging from difficult students to creative counseling techniques to school discipline to school safety to bullying.
Developmental Resources, #1053, is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Developmental Resources maintains responsibility for the program. ASWB Approval Period: (8/13/2013 – 8/13/2016). Developmental Resources, #5602, is a National Board of Certified Counselors Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. Developmental Resources solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.
About This Conference
Studies show that approximately 20 percent of all students -- one in five – are diagnosable for a mental, emotional or behavioral wellness issue. An additional 16 percent display some symptoms and are considered borderline. This conference focuses on providing critical insights and current best practices for effectively reaching and teaching these high-potential, and often challenging students. Sessions are appropriate for regular classroom teachers, special education teachers, administrators, counselors, social workers and other professional educators in grades K-12. Particular focus is given to working with students in inclusive classroom settings. Tools, strategies and recommendations will be featured for working individually, in small groups, and in the classroom with students experiencing a wide array of diagnostic conditions.