CACE Day 2018
September 14 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
8:00-8:30 am: Registration
8:30-9:30 am: Keynote Session, with Scott Braden
9:30-9:45 am: Break
9:45-10:15 am: Q & A with Scott Braden
10:15-11:15 am: Breakout Sessions
11:15-12:15: Lunch on your own
12:15-1:15 pm: Breakout Sessions
1:15-2:45 pm: Closing Session, with Matt Brown
Breakout Session Options:
- Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) with April Flagg
- Promethean Activpanel Training with RSU#39 staff
- PE/Health Presentation with Evan Graves
- Suicide Prevention Training with MSAD#1 staff
- First Responders in the Classroom with MSAD#1 nursing staff
- Stress Management with staff from County Physical Therapy
About the keynote and closing speakers:
Scott Braden has been in the educational trenches for over twenty years. He is credentialed in the state of California as a public school teacher and administrator. Scott also has postgraduate degrees in History and Educational Leadership. He is currently a secondary principal and resides in Visalia, CA.
In 2010, Scott published the book, Win Their Hearts… Win Their Minds. The inspirational book has become a manifest for educators to be dream makers in their students’ lives.
Most educators today struggle with being asked to do so much and with so little. The feel overwhelmed, underappreciated, inadequate and exasperated. They are being asked to inspire students when they themselves struggle to be inspired. They are being asked to connect with students when the current generation of your people is so disenfranchised, guarded and unyielding. Thus, Scott Braden is committed and dedicated to inspiring, equipping and empowering educators in personal growth, student connectedness and positive school climate.
Having traveled nationally and internationally as a motivational and inspirational speaker, Scott’s greatest joy in inspiring people to find purpose, life and vitality.
Scott helps educators identify the right keys to structure success for students — academically, socially and emotionally. Educators, seasoned and new to the profession, will leave with new approaches and strategies, an increased understanding of student self systems and excitement for connecting with their students.
Matt Brown, Founder of Autism Safety Education & Training (ASET), Retired Federal Law Enforcement Officer, Autism Safety Trainer & Parent
Matt Brown is a retired 25 year veteran of law enforcement who, for the past 13 years, has trained over 72900 police officers, firefighters, dispatchers and other first responders, as well as educators and other community members, on preventing, recognizing and responding to crisis situations involving persons on the autism spectrum. His combination of experience as both a seasoned law enforcement officer and the proud father of a child on the autism spectrum, provides him with the credibility needed to tackle this challenging issue, and inspire communities to begin autism safety programs in their local areas. His is also the owner of ASET – Autism Safety Education & Training (www.aset911.com), which is providing this much needed training nationwide since 2012.