Our team of National Trainers has compiled a list of resources to keep you on track with your goals this summer. Teaching doesn't stop just because school is out for the summer; you, as educators, will spend your summer preparing for the next school year by participating in different professional development activities. Here are a few of our recommendations:
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These are teacher-tested, classroom friendly lesson plans and assignments to help you teach students social skills. Many of these can be combined with your academic lessons for a blended learning approach.
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Boys Town National Training Webinars cover a range of topics, beneficial to educators in the classroom as well as administrators.
Our On-Demand Webinars and Learning Modules focus on areas such as: social emotional learning, social skills and bullying.
Educators are also able to amplify their current Boys Town Trainings with extensions on Well Managed Schools and Specialized Classroom Management.
In addition to paid, on-demand webinars, Boys Town National Training offers a variety of FREE recorded webinars. These cover topics such as Boys Town's Expedition Literacy Program, restorative justice and positive alternatives to suspension.