Registration fee includes:•Daily breakfast for the registrant (January 3rd-6th)•Mid-morning and afternoon coffee breaks•Admission to sessions•A printed copy of the conference program
Additional ADULT Breakfast Ticket(s) (for guest of Attendee)
Breakfast for yourself is INCLUDED with registration. These extra tickets are optional and for your spouse/guest/friends. Ticket price is per DAY. Breakfast is served each morning (4 days), so if you want a guest to join you each morning, you would need to purchase FOUR (4) tickets.
Additional Daily CHILD (ages 5-12) Breakfast Ticket(s) (for guest of Attendee)
Book Package 1
Includes the following books from selections below ($100 value in total):Brain Whys ($25 value)Teachers' Guide To Resiliency Through The Arts ($25 value)Teachers' Guide to Trauma ($25 value)Gifted Children & How Trauma Impacts Them ($25 value)
Book Package 2
Includes the following books from selections below ($112 value in total):Principles of Fearless Leadership ($25 value)See Jane Win ($25 value)How Jane Won ($15 value)Perfectionism vs the Pursuit of Excellence ($22 value)School Learners' Guide to Trauma Sensitive Schools ($25 value)
Book Package 3
Includes the following books from selections below ($103 value in total):Creativity Day-By-Day ($25 value)Write, From the Beginning ($28 value)Breakfast For The Brain ($25 value)Thinkology ($25 value)
Book Package 4
Includes the following books from selections below ($160 value in total):Nathan Levy's A.C.T. 1 ($40 value)Artistry ($40 value)Beyond School Work ($40 value)Trauma Informed Teaching Strategies That Are Good For All ($40 value)
A Brain Book for Parents and Educators , providing readers with essential background about the structure and function of the brain. By Dr. Cheryl Moretz, Paul Sears, & Nathan Levy. This book is wonderful in breaking down our understanding of the brain through research to simple explanations for parents, teachers, and students alike. After this short and easy read anyone will have a much better understanding on how our brain learns and how to best care for it socially.
Teachers' Guide to Resiliency Through The Arts
Improve student learning and school culture with ideas and strategies from 6 art forms that connect life and learning. by Cally Flox, Dr. Melissa Sadin, & Nathan Levy. This book invites teachers to ask how the arts can support the goals of their classroom and school. Ideas from 6 art forms are shared to improve student learning for every student in every classroom. Strategies are provided to relax and engage the mind, body and emotions, reduce the effects of toxic stress and trauma and promote resilient living and learning through the arts.
Teachers' Guide to Trauma
20 Things Kids With Trauma Wish Their Teachers Knew. By Dr. Melissa Sadin & Nathan Levy. The “Teachers’ Guide to Trauma” provides an introduction to the neurobiological and psychological impact of early childhood trauma. This guide is designed to provide an overview of how trauma impacts learning and behavior in school. True stories and practical strategies help teachers and parents understand how best to meet the learning and behavior needs of children with trauma.
Gifted Children & How Trauma Impacts Them
20 Things Gifted Children Wish Their Teachers and Parents Understood by Adam C. Laningham,Dr. Melissa Sadin, Nathan Levy. Many gifted children suffer their own kind of trauma as they cope with trying to fit into society and expectations placed on them. Having society, parents, teachers, a school system not understand them and how they think and learn, can have a profound impact on a child. Combining decades of experience working with gifted children and research with children coping with trauma, we developed several strategies adults should know about these unique children.
Principles of Fearless Leadership
Understanding and adopting the principles of powerful leadership and implementing them in your life, in your organization, in your home. Dr. Joseph Gulino with Nathan Levy, Scott Hobson.
See Jane Win
Noted child psychologist Sylvia Rimm, along with her daughters, conducted an extensive three-year survey among more than one thousand satisfied women who have achieved success in their careers. She explored in depth these women’s childhoods, adolescences, and young adulthoods, noting what the women had in common and culling from her findings important advice on how parents can give their own daughters the same advantages. Paperback.
How Jane Won
From the author of the New York Times bestseller See Jane Win.Dr Rimm and her daughter Dr Sara Rimm-Kaufman present these unique stories, breathing life into the principles laid in See Jane Win and animating the many forms success can take.
Perfectionism vs the Pursuit of Excellence
Are you a perfectionist? This book helps you to find out if you are and offers useful strategies for making the most of this trait. Dr. Miriam Adderholdt and Dr. Donna Johnson
School Leaders' Guide to Trauma Sensitive Schools
Strategies to help leaders develop trauma sensitive schools. By Dr. Melissa Sadin, Ralph Rothacker & Nathan Levy
Creativity Day By Day
These unique and creative tasks are designed to stretch the minds of children and adults alike. Educators will want to use this as writing and thinking exercises for the students. They might combine activities with other areas of the curriculum or use them as separate writing assignments. 180 stimulating activities for the classroom, home, car, or anywhere! by Nathan Levy and Amy Burke with Emily Fisher
Write, From the Beginning Revised Edition
Children in grades 1-5 have a lot to say about themselves and their world. The writing materials in this book break away from the same old assignments and forms. The result is highly interested children with greater writing abilities. by Amy Burke and Nathan Levy
Breakfast for the Brain
365 sensational thematic activities to stimulate creative and critical thinking,and writing. Allows spontaneity, reflection and extensive thinking. By Scott & Patti Hobson
Engaging Activities to Enhance the Creative Mind. The activities will take creative thinking and writing to the next level, across all subject areas: language arts, science, math, social studies, gifted and special education. By Nathan Levy & Scott Hobson
A.C.T. 1 (Affective Cognitive Thinking)
Thinking Strategies for the gifted in science, math, social studies, language arts, and fairy tales. This huge book uses subject areas familiar to children and then urges each child to practice creative concepts using questions and exercises to stimulate creative thinking in all subject areas. Grades 2-8. The pages of this workbook may be completed in any order. Many of the activities can be easily integrated with content from the curriculum. A workbook of activities designed for Gifted Students based on cognitive and affective process skills. 2012 revised edition by Nathan Levy
The 28 chapters will take the students and the teachers from the Elements of Art, through Warm and Cool Colors, The Renaissance, The Circus, Impressionism, Art and Politics... In each project students will begin with some reflective writing and a sketch to plan out their ideas. If the process is sound, the product will be visually attractive. Dynamic activities to develop artistic thinking and appreciation. By Eric gibbons & Kate McSwain with Nathan Levy & Scott Hobson
Beyond Schoolwork is more than a writing book, more than a critical thinking book, more than a book that has activities for kids that are gifted and/or have been traumatized. The activities in this book engage children of all abilities and backgrounds and are a rich source that have been used successfully by educators throughout the country.
Trauma Informed Teaching Strategies That Are Good For All
Practical activities based on well known and not so well known research based superior teaching strategies. Each section of the book concentrates on superior teaching techniques, combining them with trauma informed practices. The strategies in this book will help to improve academic outcomes for children with trauma and are also excellent for children without trauma. Activates can be applied to students in grades K-12. By, Nathan Levy, Dr. Melissa Sadin & Dr. James SIngagliese