Kathy is currently presenting or attending a variety of events.

Check out the listings below to see if Wildewood Learning is near you.

“Self-Management for the Workplace:”

A Summer 2021 Webinar Series for Early Childhood & Youth Professionals

4 Sessions in June & July on “Fridays Only”: 

June 25, July 9, July 16, & July 23, 2021

(Sessions are 10:00 am-Noon – 8 Total Attendance Hours)

All Sessions are U.S. Central Time

Via Zoom Meeting

Online Registration Available: www.bemidjiconsulting.com/trainings

About the Webinar Series:  Join your colleagues for a short, summer professional development series focused on strengths, emotional intelligence, and social and emotional learning skills.

  • Managing Up (June 25) 
  • Social and Emotional Learning Is For Everyone (July 9) 
  • Navigating the Waves of Change (July 16)
  • Strength-based Resilience (July 23) 

Intended Audience:  This training is focused on the needs of early childhood and direct care professionals. Other staff and volunteers are also welcome to attend.

Presenters:  Kathy Magnusson, M.Ed., Wildewood Learning & Becky Schueller, Rebecca Schueller Training & Consulting

To Register:  Visit www.bemidjiconsulting.com/trainings

 

 

Build Resilience Through Strength-Based Learning

Have the events of the past year brought you feelings of stress and uncertainty? We have all experienced traumas, both big and little, in our lives. Discover the importance of co-regulation to build resilience and lean into your strengths.
The workshop will be given at AERO (Alternative Education Resources Organization) Online Conference on June 26, 1:00 pm Eastern Time.
Register to Attend!

 

 

Moving to a Strength-Based Approach

 

Trauma-informed education has changed the question of looking at a person’s behaviors from “What’s wrong?” to “What has happened?” In this session, we take it a step further and ask, “What are the strengths of this person?”

In this interactive workshop for all tiers of education, we will explore the direct effects of trauma (both big and small) and the neuroscience of the mind-body connection. Participants will learn about the Polyvagal Theory and the implications of the theory on building positive relationships. We will explore the needs underneath the behaviors and how the Polyvagal Theory can create a deeper understanding of a person’s actions.

You will learn strategies to stay centered in challenging situations and create the safety needed for real learning to occur. Before identifying strengths in others, adults need to be grounded, regulated, and know their own strengths. Using a polyvagal informed lens, you can develop an understanding of behaviors and expand your view of strengths to see what is strong in others.

The workshop Moving to a Strength-Based Approach will be presented at the Trauma-Informed Educators Network Online Conference on July 21 at 11:45 Central Time.
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professional development opportunities for your staff