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Monday, February 11 • 2:00pm - 4:15pm
Effective Techniques for Working with At-Risk Youth: Your Kids are Our Kids LIMITED

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You are delinquent and dangerous! IDJJ students hear this too often. When youth are incarcerated, how do educators bridge the gaps and prepare them to reenter a public school classroom? IYC Harrisburg educators explore students’ traumatic history and discuss classroom management techniques, including PBIS, AAE usage, and RTL room, which help reengage students in a classroom environment.

Speakers
avatar for Kyle Lapington

Kyle Lapington

IDJJ, Booker T. Washington Alternative School
avatar for Shelly Mangrum

Shelly Mangrum

Educator, Booker T. Washington Alternative High School at IYC
IDJJ-IYC Harrisburg Booker T. Washington Alternative HS
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Amie Stearns

Educator (English & Parenting), Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice
Ed.D Candidate in Curriculum Design & Instruction | Side Hustle: Education Consultant (Presenter) | Research Interests: At-Risk Students, Foster Youth, Trauma-Informed Practices, Curriculum & Program Design



Monday February 11, 2019 2:00pm - 4:15pm
Colorado 336 East North Water Street, Chicago IL

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