This program is for anyone who has ever thought, “Am I communicating effectively?” or “Could I have said that a different way?” Join us when Dr. Marjorie Schiering will present ways to communicate effectively through positive communication.
- How to build community and character through positive communication
- Understand how what you think and feel impacts what you say and do
- Discover stressors that impact behavior and communication
- Learn techniques to build confidence in yourself and others
About the Presenter
Dr. Marjorie Schiering is a Professor at Molloy College, Rockville Center, N.Y. and a former elementary and middle school educator. She has lectured extensively across the United States and abroad. A Member of the Oxford Round Table, Schiering has also served on the Board of Directors for the International Brain Education Association, and she is internationally recognized for her interactive and engaging instructional techniques. She has published extensively on the topics of character education and development, cognitive and meta-cognitive skills, academic and social cognition, and brain-based education. Schiering lives by the imperatives that we are here to assist others with “no put downs and only lift ups” and “I am enough.” Schiering holds a B.S. in childhood education from The Ohio State University, a M.A. in reading from the College of New Rochelle, NY and an Ed.D in Instructional Leadership from St. John’s University, NY. Schiering lives in Rockland County, NY with her husband and two Pugs and is a proud mother and grandmother..
Also at this meeting, there will be a helpful presentation from our Corporate Sponsor Nyack Hospital. Dr. Jason Fond will do a brief presentation on, “How to reduce your risk of work-related pain and injury.”
Jason Fond, M.D., Director of Orthopedic Surgery at Montefiore Nyack Hospital, is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, sports medicine specialist and partner at Northeast Orthopedics and Sports Medicine (NEOSM) in Nanuet, New York. He received his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and has been in practice for more than 20 years.