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Intermediate Series How does one provide quality, inclusive programs for teens and tweens? The first step is to understand what is going on in their bodies, minds, and emotions. This intermediate level series continues to build upon the foundation level series. In these webinars, you will examine the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of youth between the ages of 10-18. This bundle includes these webinars at a 20% discount: Conflict Management for Teens and Tweens Supporting Tween & Teen Social-Emotional Development Self-Regulation Series: Staying Grounded - Risk and Rewards for Middle Schoolers and Teens Read more

Summer is different. As your staff transition from after school programs to extended schedules and different spaces, it’s often challenging for them to shift to a summer mindset. Children and youth also need help to successfully transition from academics and rapid rotations to full-day summer camp and recreational programming. This webinar series includes 4 webinars to present intentional planning tools and unique considerations, you as the camp leader, can use to support summer staff in programming that creates a smooth transition from the academic year to summer, as well as ideas for accommodating the individual needs of participants. Webinars included: Prep for Success:  Superior Camp Environments Camp Inclusion 101 Teaching Youth to Respect Differences How to Respond to Challenging Behavior Webinar series available 4/15/24 - 9/15/24 Read more

Did you know the #1 topic KIT makes recommendations about is self-regulation? We often talk about self-regulation and coping skills interchangeably, but are they? And why is it that so many of the children and youth you serve seem to need help with self-regulation? Join us to learn what self-regulation is and how you can contribute to supporting self-regulation in your classroom or program. Note: this course is an overview for all ages. Additional topics will be available in the coming months for age-specific self-regulation practices. Please note that in order to receive a certificate, you will need to watch the videos and view the resources, engage with the materials (click), pass the quiz, and complete the survey. Read more

Adolescence can be a tricky time. As middle schoolers and teens navigate these years, their self-regulation skills come into play while they try to figure out if a risk is worth the reward. In this session, we'll discuss how to help youth refine their self-regulation skills so they can make positive decisions. Read more

Have you ever attended a training, gotten excited about trying something new you learned, then gone back to your usual practices the next day? It happens to all of us. In this session, we will present strategies to convert the learning you do in a training to growth in your disability inclusion and behavior support practices. This course is eligible for .1 CEUs! After attending the live session or watching the recording, pass the multiple-choice quiz with a score of 80% or better. Then, complete the End of Course Survey and download your certificate. Read more

In order to grow, you need to know where you’re starting. In this webinar, we will discuss simple ways to assess your strengths and uncover opportunities for growth with the goal of improving practices to support children and youth. Read more

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