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  • ADHD Tools and Techniques

    Learn tools and techniques to support those with ADHD, from preschool age to adulthood. Discuss ADHD, treatment options and how to implement potential positive results within household dynamics and schoolwork assignments. Each age group requires different interventions and support. Discover clear guiding principals of support and interventions to help individuals of all ages become successful. Meets criteria for Minnesota teacher licensure renewal in Differentiation and is approved for 1.5 CEUs.
  • Adolescent Depression & Anxiety

    Why are so many kids dealing with anxiety and depression? How come so many more kids are dealing with mental illness than any other generation? What do mental illness and ADHD have to do with each other? How do I help my teens develop the skills necessary to deal with all the pressures they face? Learn answers to all these questions and more. Meets criteria for Minnesota teacher licensure renewal in Mental Health and is approved for 1.5 CEUs.
  • Donation to Learning

    Your donation to Community Education will help an individual in need to participate in a quality learning activity. Select the denomination of your choice. You will receive an email confirmation upon completion of the donation. Thank you for your support of learning in District 196.
  • Engaging in Family Digital Conversations

    The use of technology continues to increase in our daily lives which can bring both opportunities and challenges. How might we engage in conversations and take actions steps around balancing our technology use, make positive decisions, and recognize when it would be helpful to put it away or aside? Learn strategies to engage in these conversations, how to establish a family media plan, and discover possible tools to monitor and manage your child’s technology use
  • LIKE Screening

    Explore the impact of social media on our lives. See LIKE, an IndieFlix original documentary. Technology is a tool. It’s here to stay and social platforms are a place to connect, share and care, but what’s really happening? Are we addicted? How do we stop? Where do we start? What do we need to know? By understanding the effects of technology and social media on the brain, on our lives and on our civilization, we can learn how to navigate it more safely together. The goal of this film is to inspire people of all ages, especially kids, to self regulate. It’s not about blame. It’s about looking in the mirror and empower ourselves to create balance in our lives and to learn to be there for each other. This event is offered in cooperation with the Dakota County Safe and Drug Free School Coordinators and the Dakota County Healthy Communities Collaborative. The Resource Fair will be open before and after the presentation. The presentation starts at 6:30 p.m. Please register using the following link: https://dakotacountylike.eventbrite.com
  • Parenting Adolescent Daughters (Moms of girls grade 5+)

    Being the mom of an adolescent girl can be exciting, scary and overwhelming. Learn tools to smooth the way through this tender time. Shore up your own self-awareness and support so you can be the safe harbor that your daughter needs. Explore your own needs and hopes as your daughter matures and learn how you might be affected by your own adolescent memories. Learn communication techniques that help to lessen conflict. Discover ways to maintain your connection with your daughter, even while supporting her in moving toward discovering her own separate identity.
  • Understanding the Adolescent Brain: Tools and Tips for Responding to Risky Teen Behavior

    This presentation will explore how experiences and behaviors, along with outside influences, help develop the adolescent brain. Subjects such as “normal” developmental stages, stressors, adverse experiences, risk-taking, and how adolescents go about making choices will be discussed. There will be a highly interactive activity on communication and boundary skills. We will also offer tips and potential solutions for resolving any presenting problems such as substance use, mental illness, stigma, vaping, etc.