Information regarding two previous International PATHS® Conferences is provided below.

The 7th International PATHS® Conference

May 10 & 11, 2012, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

To learn more, please see the PATHS®Learning Conference Brochure May 2012

The 6th International PATHS® Learning Conference

Diffusion: Adapting to Different Cultures and Contexts University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom – June 29, 2011



9:00-9:30 Welcome:

New Innovations in PATHS® Around the World, Mark Greenberg

9:30-10:45 Coaching and Implementation Rubrics Long-Distance Coaching:

Processes and Lessons LearnedElaine Berrena, Prevention Research Center, Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania, USA

Implementing Social and Emotional Learning in Pre-School and Primary School in Switzerland: Our Model of CoachingDavide Antagonozza and Luca Sciaroni, SUPSI, Locarno, Switzerland

New Models of CoachingCelene Domitrovich, Prevention Research Center, Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania, USA

11:00-12:00 New Innovations with PATHS®

Nurturing the Implementation Quality of PATHS® in PennsylvaniaKim Peters, EPIS Center, Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania, USA

Working with Special Needs Children and Their TeachersHoward Rosen, Hempfield Behavioral Health, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Creating Links Between Literature and PATHS®Alison Rosen, Hempfield Behavioral Health, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA


Cultural Adaptations of PATHS® – IWorking with Parents: Some Experiences in Switzerland, Rahel Jünger, Zurich, SwitzerlandCultural Adaptations of PATHS™ in Western Australia, Phillipa Malloy and Geraldine ConnorSouth Metropolitan Education Region, Australia PATHS® in Pre-Service Early Childhood Teacher Education,Tracey Treasure,  Western Australia Cultural Adaptations of PATHS® – II PATHS® in Birmingham; Creativity with Fidelity, Anna Bateman, Satpal Boyes, Jennie Hine, Bridget Kerrigan,Brighter Futures Program,Birmingham, United Kingdom PATHS® The Challenge of Ensuring Fidelity, Jean Hughes, Lead Researcher, SEAK Program, Nova Scotia Canada Dalhousie University, Canada



Cultural Adaptations of PATHS® – IIIImplementation of PATHS® in Croatia: Experiences and Learned
Miranda Novak, Josipa Basic, Josipa MihiaUniversity of Zagreb, CroatiaPractical Examples of PATHS® Outcomes in a Northern Ireland ContextPaul Edwards, Northern Ireland
Cultural Adaptations of PATHS® – IVCultural Adaptations in the Asian Context: Experiences in Hong Kong,Chi Ming  Kam, University of Hong Kong, Hong KongAggression in the Classroom: How PATHS® Can HelpKees van Overveld,  Hogeschool Utrecht University of Applied Sciences, NetherlandsImplementing Preschool PATHS® and Involving Parents in Children’s Social and Emotional Development, Seonaid Graham, West Dunbartonshire Council, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland

3:45- 4:30 Open Discussion and Closing


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