Events

Information Session for Prospective Students (12pm&6pm)

2/21/2017 -
12:00pm to 7:00pm
CST

Join us at 12pm or 6pm for an Information Session as Adler Graduate School’s admissions staff share a little more about the Master of Arts Degree in Adlerian Counseling and Psychotherapy. You will learn more about the 6 different emphasis areas Adler Graduate School has to offer and how your learning experience can be customized to best fit your needs. While you learn a little, you’re invited to take part in a light lunch/dinner.

Information Sessions are family friendly!

 

How Teachers Can Encourage Parent Engagement- Part 1 March 15 | Part 2 March 22

3/15/2017 -
6:15pm to 9:15pm
CDT
Research continues to demonstrate the very important role of families in children's academic success.
A key role of educators is to examine the equity gap and to work diligently to narrow this gap by building
relationships with family members in order to assure greater academic success of our youth.
This two-evening workshop examines the role that the educator's cultural lens may play and how it informs
listening and communicating with families. Participants will analyze the definitions of parent engagement

How Teachers Can Encourage Parent Engagement Part 2

3/22/2017 -
6:15pm to 9:15pm
CDT
Research continues to demonstrate the very important role of families in children's academic success.
A key role of educators is to examine the equity gap and to work diligently to narrow this gap by building
relationships with family members in order to assure greater academic success of our youth.
This two-evening workshop examines the role that the educator's cultural lens may play and how it informs
listening and communicating with families. Participants will analyze the definitions of parent engagement

WEBINAR: Confabulation and the Criminal Justice System: A review for Forensic Professionals

8/23/2017 -
12:00pm to 1:30pm
CDT

This live webinar will focus on Confabulation and the Criminal Justice System: A review for Forensic Professionals. Confabulation is one of the most problematic memory phenomenon impacting the criminal justice, forensic, and legal systems. This phenomenon occurs when an individual creates or back fills a gap in their memory with a fictitious or imagined memory that may be partially based on real events, but taken out of chronological context (e.g., believing the memory occurred yesterday when in reality the memory took place many years prior).

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