"The means is dialogue, the end is learning, the purpose is peace." ~ Founder Dr. Jane Vella

2014 Vermont Youth Justice Learning Opportunities

Join Us for Our Last Learning Event

Through This Program-

Using Dialogue Education to Teach and Implement

Evidence-Based Youth Justice Programs 

 

We invite you to develop deeper, more collaborative relationships with others serving youth in Vermont.  Join your dedicated and talented youth justice colleagues to reinvigorate your practice, while mastering tools to reach new levels of engagement, energy and productivity in our collective work towards reducing recidivism and improving outcomes for youth.

Wondering if this opportunity is right for you or someone you know?  Here is what past participants are saying:

  • “We are putting together a training-of-trainers event and are revamping the whole thing [as a result of attending this course]… We have used the skills in the [planning] meeting and will be using the skills to do the training. 
  •  “I found that applying the seven steps of design assisted me in narrowing down what made sense in order to provide the students an opportunity to learn - to get the most of the time we had together.”
  • “People engage more quickly and appear to have more fun.  They're engaged in their own learning—that’s observable!”
  • “I've never had the kids listen so well. I slowed down, looked at them, engaged with them. I had them share their views and their thoughts. We do this every night—and now that I have this confidence in myself, I feel more confident that they will receive information better and take it with them.”
  • “The students are more engaged as well as enjoying being more of a part of the learning.”

 

Click here to download a flyer with more information about this learning opportunity for yourself or to share with a colleague!

 

What:                     

20 full scholarships          

When:

This is a multi-part, sequential learning opportunity.  Attendance at all four days is required (from 8:45am-4:45pm).  September 8-9, 2014 in Stowe  and October 7-8, 2014 in Burlington

Who:                       

Individuals and organizations who work with evidence-based and accountability-based programs and interventions designed to reduce juvenile recidivism. 

To Apply:               

Slots are limited so be sure to reserve your spot today by completing the short online application form here.

Deadline: 

Rolling admission—first come, first served, but no later than Friday, June 27th, 2014 5pm.  You will be informed of your scholarship status within two weeks.

Questions?             

Contact Kate Larose with any questions or if you require a paper application form at kate@globallearningpartners.com or at 888-432-2763 x 112.

 

 

 

 

 

Funded by the Juvenile Accountability Block Grant through the Vermont Department for Children & Families, Family Services Division

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