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The Lincoln Street Campus Home and School Association invites all parents to a Parent Forum on Tuesday, January 26, at 8:30am in the Lincoln Campus Library. Nationally recognized psychologist Dr. Sam Goldstein will speak on how to raise self-disciplined children.
The convention program is packed with learning and networking opportunities. Explore 1,000+ sessions on a variety of pertinent topics. Plus, see sessions just for graduate students and early career.
The Institute will address how we can prevent and remediate reading difficulties, how children learn to read, and why some children have difficulties learning to read. All sessions are designed to deliver not only the latest research on reading but also effective strategies that can be implemented in classrooms tomorrow.
What can we do as parents and a community to ensure we tap into the power of resilience and ensure we are raising resilient children and adults in our community? To purchase tickets: call 604-257-5111
Utah Coaches Association
This year’s program, entitled “Executive Function, Emotional Regulation, and Attention: Fostering Independent Learners” will emphasize current research on executive function, flexibility, effort, persistence and resilience.
Assessment of Functional Impairment in Children: New Data, New Ideas and the Rating Scale of Impairment.