Dr. Ruby K. payne
"The two things that move a person out of poverty are education and relationships"
- Ruby K. Payne

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Join Dr. Ruby K. Payne for a one day workshop to explore
A Framework For Understanding Poverty, the obstacles poverty
can create and the specific strategies for overcoming them.

Monday, March 21, 2005
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Denver Marriott Tech Center
4900 South Syracuse, Denver, Colorado 80237


A Framework For Understanding Poverty
workshop is designed to help participants understand:

How economic class affect behaviors and mindsets
Why students from generational poverty often fear being educated
Hidden rules within economic classes
Interventions that improve behavior and build emotional resources
Eight resources that make a difference in success
Five cognitive interventions that improve achievement
Techniques for improving state assessment scores


Who should Attend?

Individuals who work with children of poverty during their
day-to-day activities, including but not limited to:

Educators (Elementary, Secondary, Special Education, Title I)
Counselors
Administrators
Police Agencies and Victim Advocates
Juvenile Justice Professionals
Social Workers
Child Psychologists and Psychiatrists
Students
Other Related Social Service and Faith Community Audiences


Enrollment Includes:

Full One Day Workshop with Dr. Ruby K. Payne
Continental breakfast, breaks & lunch, free parking
Dr. Payne’s book, A Framework for Understanding Poverty

Early Registration: $149 (deadline is Feb. 15, 2005)
Registration: $169 (after Feb. 15, 2005)

A certificate is available for Continuing Education Units. College Credit
available from Quincy Universtiy

Click Here for College Credit Application Form

All proceeds after expenses will be donated to Community Resources, Inc. to further their
mission, to enhance learning and academic success by providing activities and programs for
students and their families. Community Resources, Inc. accomplishes this through talented volunteers from the community who share their skills, knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm
in the Denver Public School System.

For further information contact: 303-568-8670  email: dwatford@mpegla.com


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