11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"
11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"
11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"
11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"
11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"
11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"
11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"
11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"
11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"
The Story Barn

11.05.19.19 8-10am: Educator Support, "Resolving Conflict"

32 spots available.
Regular price $20.00 $0.00

For PK-5 Educators, Guidance Counselors, Librarians, Homeschoolers.  *Note: A signed copy of Frieda B. Meets the Man in the Moon is included in the cost of this event. The individual Lesson Plan can be purchased separately (for individual use only, please), using the drop-down box, above. 

Imagine: What would your school, your community look like if all children dreamed big and believed in their stories? This question is at the heart of the Frieda B. The Whole Child ELA/SEL curriculum. Life and learning matter most to a child when a child believes s/he matters. So that's where we begin; encouraging autonomy and community, belief and belonging. 

FBTWC utilizes the Frieda B. series of children's books to creatively explore and encourage each child's unique story while simultaneously meeting English Language Arts (ELA) and Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) standards and initiatives. 

This Professional Development session, led by Frieda B. author, Renata Bowers and based on the FBTWC Lesson Plan for the second book of the series, Frieda B. Meets the Man in the Moon, specifically will delve into ELA and SEL objectives related to resolving conflict (see objectives detailed in images at left). The session will cover engaging and creative methods for helping each child better understand and internalize:

* choices and actions that lead to conflict - intentional or not;
* choices and actions that lead to resolution (Golden Rule);
* how to constructively respond to mistakes (failure is how we learn);
* almost always there's an opportunity to make things right; and
* for upper elementary... conflict makes us choose who we are.

Participants will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of this session and are welcomed to spend time afterwards enjoying The Story Barn retail store and seven acres of land.  

Schools interested in making FBTWC available to all staff are welcomed to purchase the comprehensive FBTWC Toolkit. Author visits, family events, private PD, staff team-building also are available. To learn more, visit FriedaB.com/ES

Questions? Send us an email at info@FriedaB.com or give us a call at 860.763.0330. 

Frieda B. Meets the Man in the Moon Story Summary: What do we do when we’ve done something wrong – even innocently so? This is the question explored in Frieda B. Meets the Man in the Moon. At the outset of the story, fueled by Frieda B.’s limitless imagination, Frieda and Zilla take a trip to the moon “to see what it’s like where the rockets and astronauts go.” But when her bed crash-lands and hurts the Man in the Moon, how does she respond? A fun yet tender story of adventure, friendship and making amends, Man in the Moon encourages us to see the valuable story in others and do what’s necessary to honor it. In doing so, we honor and further our own.

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