Date: December 7, 2022 Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Location: WCU at Biltmore Park - Room #338 28 Schenck Parkway Asheville, NC 28803 Cost: WRESA Members & Burke County: Free thanks to the Dogwood Health Trust Grant Non-members: $45.00 CEU credit: 5 hours Audience: K-12 Educators Limit: 40 Participants Presenter: Michelle Smith
Description: This interactive workshop will walk participants through daily
academic routines and procedures and how these simple activities are connected to
an MTSS. Relationships and connections can be made by using Restorative
Practices. Participants will use this framework to develop their own practices to
build strong classroom and school environments.
Presenter: Michelle Smith, M.A.Ed., is the District PBIS and SEL Coordinator for
Buncombe County Schools. She supports the district in integrating social emotional
learning and trauma informed care within a multi-tiered system of support. Michelle
began her career in education as a classroom assistant before earning a Bachelor of
Science degree in Special Education from Mars Hill University and a Master’s
degree in Educational Leadership from Gardner Webb University. She has served as
an Exceptional Children’s teacher and as a district wide Behavior Specialist. She is a
trainer in Restorative Practices and the Community Resiliency Model.
For further information, contact Carol Douglas at email@example.com