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14
Jan
2019

01/14/2019 8:00 am - 01/17/2019 4:00 pm
Arizona Department of Education
Arizona Department of Education
3300 N. Central Ave. STE.300
$375.00

This training is for police and probation officers who are assigned to a School Safety Program funded site. To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

This four-day workshop covers community oriented policing, the role of school-based officers, and an introduction to Law Related Education (LRE) as an essential prevention tool.

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11
Jan
2019

01/11/2019 8:30 am -4:30 pm
Mesa Community College
Mesa Community College
1833 W. Southern Avenue

This Academy is for FREE for educators and officers who serve an upper-elementary, middle and/or high school population. 

Event Overview

This Center for Civic Education curriculum provides lessons and activities for grades 4-12.  The primary goal of the We the People program is to promote civic awareness and responsibility in students.  By emphasizing student involvement and encouraging students to relate important concepts and principles to historical and contemporary situations, the program strengthens students’ critical thinking and public speaking skills.  This training will be held in conjunction with the We the People State Competition. 

Attendees will receive a FREE classroom set of We the People textbooks plus a teacher's guide!  Those who have attended a WTP training in FY 17 or 18 will not be eligible to receive another classroom set of textbooks.

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29
Jan
2019

01/29/2019 8:30 am -4:30 pm
Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education
Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education
4201 N 24th St #210, Phoenix, AZ 85016, USA
$238.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a lower elementary (K-3) population. Educators from a School Safety Program Funded site have the ability to attend for free. To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

The K-3 grades are an important age group to instill skills and competency with law-related education.  Their learning needs require specifically tailored strategies that will keep their attention and ensure they retain information.  This training will provide participants with tools for working with the primary grades.  The lesson plans provided will utilize children’s literature to address campus issues such as bullying, inappropriate teasing, tattling vs. telling, asking permission before taking things, respecting others and obeying rules.    

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$238.00 12
26
Feb
2019

02/26/2019 8:30 am -4:30 pm
Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education
Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education
4201 N 24th St #210, Phoenix, AZ 85016, USA
$238.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a middle and/or high school population. Educators from a School Safety Program Funded site have the ability to attend for free. To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

Being the driver carries great responsibility to make certain everyone inside the vehicle gets safely to their destination.  Have your students ever considered the role passengers play in making the ride safe?  This training will provide participants with interactive methods to educate youth on the responsibilities the driver and the passengers have to ensure a safe ride.  The lessons provided will address the general safety considerations while riding in a car, ways to avoid distracting the driver and legal consequences for disobeying safe driving practices.  Students will also learn the proper actions during a traffic stop and how to cope with peer pressure to ride in an unsafe situation. 

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14
Mar
2019

03/14/2019 8:30 am -4:30 pm
Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education
Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education
4201 N 24th St #210, Phoenix, AZ 85016, USA
$233.00

This Academy is for educators who serve a middle and/or high school population. Educators from a School Safety Program Funded site have the ability to attend for free. To learn more, click on the event.

Event Overview

Campus discipline issues and juvenile delinquency can be reduced when students understand the importance of seeking consent while interacting with their peers.  There are many circumstances that require permission and clear, verbal permission is the best.  Students may need assistance understanding why they cannot borrow their friend’s cellphone without asking, why hugging may make others uncomfortable, and when teasing goes too far.  Conflict can arise when youth do not understand the impact lack of consent will cause.  This training will provide participants with interactive methods to educate youth on the importance of obtaining permission during their social interactions and to respect the decisions of others.  Students will learn how to recognize when consent is needed and provided and how to communicate their personal boundaries to others.  

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