This full day course offers strategies for classrooms, buildings and districts to change the approach to discipline to save instructional time, reduce referrals and help students learn to change their behaviors rather than simply punishing them. From Diffusers, Unconditional Positive Regard and the Refocus™ Method, educators learn to increase instructional time and reduce stress in their classrooms. 1 to 3 graduate Credits available for this class.
Raise standardized test scores for all students
Decrease discipline challenges and focus on teaching Teach MORE of your curriculum each year
Develop classroom rapport and expand parental involvement
Empower students to learn appropriate classroom behavior
TIME TO TEACH™ DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR STUDENT MOTIVATION AND ENGAGEMENT
A full day of training on strategies specifically designed to motivate and engage your students. Story-Telling, Synectics, Hot Seat and many other methods are covered. Teachers walk away with strategies that can be instantly added to existing lessons. 1 to 3 graduate Credits available for this class.
Learn strategies that meet students where they are and lead them to where they need to be!
Capture attention, promote deeper learning, & engage students’ emotions Rediscover the power of storytelling to draw students into your lessons!
Gain tools to keep students on their toes & increase self-efficacy
Tap into intrinsic motivations by connecting to student interests.
Use movement to generate and maintain positive feelings about learning.
In development this course is focusing on Physical, Operational and Conditional Security scenarios and planning. From entry controls, emergency response training to dealing with the media and on-line threat, this single day course is designed to help the principal develop or improve and existing security and safety plan.
The Five major components of this course is designed to train your school safety and security team on:
Personal Security Habits
Developing and training your Security and Safety Team
This course is currently being developed and will be available for districts and individual school buildings Fall 2015.