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Safe Passage Virtual Training and Simulations

April 7, 2021

Safe Passage Virtual Training and Simulations

Training for school officials who conduct bullying investigations in Oklahoma

April 7, 2021 | 8:30am-3:30pm CST

 


 

Two-morning lectures will focus on trauma-informed responsiveness in education, bullying prevention, and intervention mandates, and conducting investigations. The afternoon will consist of working with “actors” playing the role of students and parents to identify potential bullying situations, and subsequently taking the necessary steps to initialize a student safety plan.

 

Steve Hahn, M.S. and Gloria Miller, MSW

Steve Hahn is the vice president of youth programs at The Parent-Child Center of Tulsa

Gloria Miller holds a Master’s degree from the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work at the University of Oklahoma. She is the CEO of GLMiller, LLC, where she partners with businesses and agencies to adopt a strengths-based prospective in management. She also facilitates social simulations centered around social justice topics for Haruv-USA at OU-Tulsa and serves as community faculty for the school of social work.

 

Target Population:

Professionals in the field of education: teachers, counselors, school administrators, etc.

Number of Sessions:

1

Number of Participants:

25

Location:

Zoom

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