The Browne Center

March 2016 Newsletter

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Spring is on its way! There are many upcoming events and new opportunities that we hope you take advantage!

 

In particular we are excited to host our colleague Jen Stanchfields workshop Inspired Educator Inspired Learner featured above!

 

Wishing you all the best,

 

 Pam, Mark, Tara, Jeff & Crystie

 

The Browne Center for Innovative Learning

at The University of New Hampshire

info@brownecenter.com

603.868.1772

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This years presentation topics by Tara and Jeff:

Social and Emotional Learning in Action

Trainer: Tara Flippo
This workshop will provide the context for social and emotional learning in schools and the important work from CASEL- the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning- the nation’s leading organization providing evidence based competencies and outcomes.
Additionally, I will highlight The Browne Center’s new book- Social and Emotional Learning in Action: Experiential Activities to Positively Impact School Climate, an easy to use sourcebook which addresses the five competencies promoted by CASEL (publication date April 2016).

Bullying, Empathy, and Monkeys

Trainer: Jeff Frigon
Research suggests that which most educators already know; that empathy and caring are directly linked to bullying. The more empathy we have for each other, the more likely we are to be kind to one another and not bully (or be bullied). By building healthy communities and understanding the connection between empathy, vulnerability, fear, and bullying, we can act in a preventative rather than a reactive way.
This experiential workshop will dive deeply into what the research shows to be effective and why; and do so using new and reframed classic activities as well as participant-driven discussion.
Click Here for more information about the conference: http://www.aee.org/northeast 
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2016 UNH Lead Prac Adv Act - Feb v2

This month two University of New Hampshire courses taught by our staff combined to provide development opportunities for both! The Outdoor Leadership students taught the Adventure Activities students how to facilitate on the Artificial Climbing Wall in New Hampshire Hall.

Both courses are in the Kinesiology Department though one is in the Outdoor Education major and the other falls under the Physical Education major.

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The Browne Center has been providing innovative experiential learning programs since the early 1980s. We provide a wide range of programming from comprehensive trainings to shorter one-day sessions. Our learning programs evolve to meet the needs of our clients and our diverse client base allows us to draw upon best practices from a variety of disciplines and remain sensitive to specific needs and outcomes.

Creating a dynamic program based on your group's specific goals is our approach with every single client. We can provide an action-packed program to meet your needs – whether you are coming together as a new group, integrating new members, building positive group relationships, addressing specific behaviors, or striving for performance excellence.