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You Can’t Make Me: Transforming Aggression into Healthy Self Esteem
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Presented by Jill Molli, M.Ed., Conscious Discipline Master Instructor
Sponsored by Frog Street Press
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There is a way to permanently change children’s behaviors, even the most difficult children. Children must be both “willing” to learn how to behave and know the “skills” of how to successfully interact with others. By addressing both of these dimensions, we can achieve success with our most demanding children.
In this edWebinar, Jill Molli, M.Ed., Conscious Discipline Master Instructor, discusses the skills needed to transform your aggressive and defiant children into cooperative members of your learning community. Prek-3rd grade educators and administrators will benefit from this session. Gain strategies for transforming aggression into healthy self esteem in children.
About the Presenter
Jill Molli, Conscious Discipline Master Instructor, has the uncanny ability to help people laugh and learn at the same time. Her past position in a Title 1 elementary school offered her opportunities to apply Dr. Bailey’s Conscious Discipline® in a school setting and her own family offers her constant real-life experiences to share with her audiences. Jill was selected as a Loving Guidance Associate because of her no-nonsense ability to get to the heart of a situation and her commitment to living Loving Guidance principles at school and at home. She is an entertaining, motivating and heart-felt presenter.
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