PD for Educators

GoTo Educator Training - Teen Mental Health

A one day training open to any school staff who come in contact with students. Its focus is
to develop mental health literacy amongst staff, and provides information on how to identify
and make effective referrals for students who are struggling with mental health problems.

Teen Mental Health

Teacher Curriculum Guide Training - Teen Mental Health

Teen Mental Health

A one day training for junior high or high school teachers (often Health or CALM teachers)
who will instruct the students in the materials. Teachers will become familiar with the Mental
Health Materials and how to access the online resources.

Curriculum Guide
Flexible materials for approximately 6 class periods for students in grade 8 and above. The
modules are aligned with Health and CALM learning objectives.
Modules for Students address:
• The Stigma of Mental Illness
• Understanding Mental Health & Mental Illness
• Experiences of Mental Illness
• Information on Specific Mental Illnesses
• Seeking Help & Finding Support
• The Importance of Positive Mental Health

Kids At Hope

MISSION
Kids at Hope inspires, empowers and transforms schools, organizations serving youth and entire communities to create an environment and culture where all children experience success, NO EXCEPTIONS!

VISION
Kids at Hope’s vision is that every child is afforded the belief, guidance and encouragement that creates a sense of hope and optimism, supported by a course of action needed to experience success at life’s four major destinations: Home & Family; Education & Career; Community & Service; and Hobbies & Recreation.

Module I (4 hours)  Hopeology – Introduction to Kids at Hope-
Unleashing the 
Power of Kids at Hope

Exploring the science of hope, optimism and success and how it can be instilled in all children without exception. Exploring a cultural strategic framework and how an entire campus/organization/community can support the success of every child. Practical application of evidence based protocols in support of a child’s success is also discussed.

Target Audience: Any caring adult interested in child and youth development.
Prerequisites: None

Social Emotional Learning in the Classroom

Learn about Social Emotional Learning and how to implement it into your curriculum.  This session will give educators an overview about Social Emotional Learning and provide activities to try in your classroom and school as a whole.

For educators(K-12), administration, Social Workers, Family School Liaisons, and community partners who work with children and families.

 

 

 

Terrarium Mindfulness Workshop

While building their terrariums, participants will gain mental health benefits through working with plants, soil.  They will allow creativity to help build their terrariums and also learn about the unique ecosystems that recycle moisture. This workshop is set up for an hour long session.  Participants will take home lesson plans to use within their classroom.