2015 Science of Kindness Conference
Ben’s Bells Project, in collaboration with the University of Arizona’s Frances McClelland Institute for Children & Youth, presents the 2015 Kindness Conference:
Building the Science of Kindness Together.
The Science of Kindness Conference will be held on Saturday, October 24, 2015 from 8:00am -4:00pm at Broadview Middle School in Danbury, CT. The conference will be a day focused on the Ben’s Bells Kind Campus and Kind Colleagues programs, featuring a keynote by Jeremy Richman of The Avielle Foundation. Kick-off the new school year by learning more about Kind Campus engagement, kind discipline, new school materials and #BeKindChallenge2! Registration is required for this event and space is limited.
Saturday, October 24, 2015
8:00am – 4:00pm
Broadview Middle School
72 Hospital Ave Danbury, CT 06801
Kind Campus is an innovative school-based outreach program that strives to educate students, families, faculty and staff about the benefits of kindness, and then empower them to create a culture of kindness in their school and beyond. Participating schools receive access to Ben’s Bells Kind Campus Program with easy to incorporate ideas and materials. The program is provided at no cost to schools and is designed to be highly adaptable for different ages and needs. During the 2014-2015 school year there were over 320 schools worldwide enrolled, with 64 from the Connecticut/New York area!
“Due to Kind Campus, we are noticing that referrals of students have gone down and there are less student conflicts.” – K-8 School, Tucson, AZ
Attend the 2015 Science of Kindness Conference to get started with the program!
More details and registration available at: https://bensbells.org/kindness-education
For more information about Ben’s Bells please visit www.bensbells.org.