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Literature for troubled boys and girls [clear filter]
Saturday, October 13
 

1:00pm

The Efficacy of Personal Literature: How English Teachers Can Save Our Troubled Boys and Girls
The objective of this session is to make participants aware of the powerful impact the right book can have on a survivor of traumatic events. In the first part of this session I will tell the story of my own childhood trauma and tell how librarians and teachers spoke into my life with appropriate book recommendations.  In the second part I will demonstrate how teachers can build bridges to trouble students who incite conflict in the classroom and use that bridge to offer good reading selections. I will then challenge participants to discuss books that helped them survive childhood incidents.  Together we will build a resource for teachers and counselors so that teachers and counselors can get the right books into the hands of students struggling with trauma.

Speakers
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Author, Rhino the Bully

Author, 8th Grade Teacher, Rockingham County Public Schools
A Career Switcher and Author, Myron Brubaker makes his home in Rockingham County, Virginia. He currently teaches 8th grade science and leads an after-school conservation club. His passion is reaching broken and traumatized teens and his new book, Rhino the Bully, will serve as a great... Read More →


Saturday October 13, 2018 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Salon C 2801 Hershberger Road, Roanoke, VA 24017