Join us on October 5 at 12:15 p.m. CT, as Diana Nadeau, Center for Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education (CADRE), takes a deep dive into the root of conflict to bring better support to those concerned with the transition into in-person schooling after a difficult year of distance learning and social isolation. Getting to the root of conflict allows us the spaciousness we need to experience more compassion and collaboration even during difficult conversations.
Guest Presenter: Diana Nadeau, Dispute Resolution and Training Specialist at CADRE, Professional Mediator, and Family Support Specialist
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About our presenter: Diana Nadeau recently joined CADRE in May 2021 and serves as a Dispute Resolution and Training Specialist. Diana offers universal, targeted, and intensive technical assistance activities, learning community trainings specific to conflict resolution options within special education, and cultural and linguistic competency-specific programming. Diana received her BA in Theater and Communications from the University of New Hampshire and is a certified mediator with experience in family, teen, elder, community, and workplace mediation/conflict resolution. Through years of training, Diana has acquired skills in systems-level thinking and improvement, collaborative problem solving, diversity-equity-inclusion continuum awareness and learning, and nonviolent communication. As a parent, Diana has years of lived experience navigating systems of care and various education systems as an advocate for her youth.
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