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21st Century Skills and Service-Learning
Web-based Event
August 27, 2013
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM   (Central)
The term “21st Century Skills” is used a lot, but rarely without explaining what that really means or how 21st Century Skills are specifically developed within practice. This webinar is for educators who want to develop 21st Century Skills within the youth that they work with. Participants will explore intended outcomes and examples of real service-learning projects.

21st Century Skills and Service-Learning
Web-based Event
August 20, 2013
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
The term “21st Century Skills” gets thrown around a lot, but rarely does anyone articulate what that really means or how 21st Century Skills are specifically developed within practice. This webinar will connect with educators who set out to develop 21st Century Skills within the youth they work with. Participants will explore intended outcomes and examples of real service-learning projects.

Forging Partnerships to Get Students to School
Web-based Event
August 20, 2013
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM   (Pacific)
“Forging Partnerships to Get Students to School” is a webinar co-sponsored by the Region IX Equity Assistance Center at WestEd, the California Department of Education, and Attendance Works. Speakers from the fields of education, law enforcement, and mental health will discuss forging strong partnerships to reduce chronic absenteeism. The webinar is aimed at California educators, including teachers, staff, and administrators at the school and district levels; as well as social service, juvenile justice, law enforcement ,and mental health practitioners and managers. Practitioners from around the U. S. are also encouraged to participate.

CADRE Webinar on Moving Forward: Building Effective Family-School Partnerships
Web-based Event
August 14, 2013
11:30 AM - 12:45 PM   (Pacific)
CADRE’s webinar, “Moving Forward: Building Effective Family-School Partnerships,” will provide an overview of what is now known about policies and practices needed to cultivate and sustain effective family-school partnerships that support student achievement and school improvement.

Check & Connect Mentor Training
Mentor Training
August 14, 2013 - August 15, 2013
Renton, WA
Check & Connect Mentor Training is a 2-day competency-based training designed to provide participants with information, competencies, and skills needed to be effective Check & Connect mentors at their local sites. This training is designed for those assigned the role of Check & Connect mentor, whether a new or current mentor, as well as those interested in Check & Connect mentoring principles and practices. Site coordinators and administrators are encouraged to attend as well. Deadline for registration: July 11, 2013 (early bird deadline: June 27, 2013).

The Dynamics of Facilitating IEP Meetings
Workshop
August 13, 2013 - August 14, 2013
Newark, DE
In “The Dynamics of Facilitating IEP Meetings” workshop, participants will learn the role and responsibilities of a facilitator and how to prepare for an IEP meeting, design a collaborative meeting agenda, facilitate a meeting process that encourages full participation and effective communication, build agreement and gain consensus, and manage challenging meeting dynamics.

Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice (FACJJ) Web-Facilitated Meeting
Web-based Event
August 12, 2013
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM   (Eastern)
The Subcommittees of the Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice (FACJJ) addressing such topics as youth engagement, youth justice and education, disproportionate minority contact, and evidence-based practices will present their draft recommendations to the full FACJJ for deliberation. Upon final approval, the FACJJ recommendations will be presented to the President, Congress, and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP). This web-facilitated meeting is open to the public. Deadline for registration: August 9. 2013.

Check & Connect Mentor Training
Mentor Training
August 7, 2013 - August 8, 2013
Minneapolis, MN
Check & Connect Mentor Training is a 2-day competency-based training designed to provide participants with information, competencies, and skills needed to be effective Check & Connect mentors at their local sites. This training is designed for those assigned the role of Check & Connect mentor, whether a new or current mentor, as well as those interested in Check & Connect mentoring principles and practices. Site coordinators and administrators are encouraged to attend as well. Deadline for registration: July 11, 2013 (early bird deadline: June 27, 2013).

Empowering Young Leaders for Juvenile Justice Reform
Summit
August 2, 2013 - August 3, 2013
Washington, DC
The Coalition for Juvenile Justice will host its 2013 Youth Summit on August 2-3, 2013, in Washington, DC. In accordance with the summit theme “Empowering Young Leaders for Juvenile Justice Reform,” sessions will offer youth information on juvenile justice basics, disproportionate minority contact, the school-to-prison pipeline, and leadership development.

Youth Work Methods Experience
Seminar
July 22, 2013 - July 23, 2013
Ypsilanti, MI
The David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality will host a seminar July 22-23, 2013, to improve professionals’ ability to provide comprehensive support to staff to help them improve their practices. It will explore the Active-Participatory Approach and three key Youth Work Methods, and strengthen coaching and observational skills.

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