Visit Playworks at the 12th Annual NorthWest PBIS Conference

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On Thursday, February 27, 2014 Playworks will be presenting Powerful Play: How Recess Can Improve School Climate at 3 pm at the 12th Annual NorthWest PBIS Conference at the Red Lion Inn on the River in Portland, OR. This session will demonstrate techniques for positive play, group management, self-regulated conflict resolution and inclusive activities. We will also discuss how a PBIS school saw immediate results after implementing the a Playworks recess. Participants will learn the same way kids do: by playing games! Be sure to wear clothes you can move in and comfortable shoes. Water bottles are recommended. Join us and have some fun!

Do you have questions about how your kids can benefit from Playworks? Find us on the exhibition floor and we will be happy to start a conversation. For more information about Playworks' professional development programs in the Pacific Northwest contact Jamie Firmage or call (510) 768-7351.

The 12th Annual NWPBIS Conference is put on by the NorthWest PBIS Network. The  NorthWest PBIS Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting educators, families, and community members to implement and sustain positive, effective and culturally inclusive environments and supports to achieve social and academic success for ALL children and youth.

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