Rick Shaw, President and CEO of Awareity, has been selected as a speaker for the National Conference on School Discipline and joint Conference on Girl Bullying and Relational Aggression.
These conferences will bring together practitioners who have developed promising approaches and programs in school to improve academic performance by applying the most current innovations and research in the arena of behavior intervention and classroom management. The conferences offer a unique opportunity to network with other professionals focused on eliminating bullying and preventing its disastrous consequences
Shaw’s presentation, Getting the Right Info to the Right People: Keys to Moving from Reaction Mode to Prevention Mode, will discuss how recent studies of widely publicized bullycide tragedies indicate educators often have the necessary information to avoid tragedy, but the challenge is getting that information into the hands of the right people. Shaw will share real-world school successes and how all school leaders can be sure to get all the right information to the right people in the right places at the right time so people can do the right things.
Attendees will learn how to report, intervene, prevent and document incidents with cyberbullying, bullying, harassment, violence, suicide and other alarming trends.
Who: Rick Shaw, CEO, Awareity
When: June 28-30, 2012
Where: Atlanta, GA
Registration: http://www.stopgirlbullying.com/; http://www.sdiscipline.com/
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