Many leaders (as well as classroom teachers) experience frustration with engaging students who come from adversity. Yet highly successful teachers have been using simple, but extremely effective tools for decades. Join us for a fast-moving session packed with tools, evidence and classroom examples. You will get real-world examples you can use ASAP to turn students into “love to learn” and “I want to participate” magnets for learning. Just in time to help your work make a BIG difference this year!
Several new studies have shown that students from families below the poverty line are at the greatest risk for academic failure. Research reveals that low family income has a bigger impact on academics than ethnicity or English language proficiency. Join Dr. Martha Burns as she reviews the newest research and provides research on how the Fast ForWord intervention has been found to have a significant impact on academic achievement in children of poverty.
(Note: All registrants will receive an email after the live session with a link to the recorded webinar.)
This workshop will provide participants with an understanding of both Anti-Discrimination Response Training (ART) and Social and Emotional Learning (SEL).
Anti-Discrimination Response Training (ART) is a witness-centered, group-based social skills approach, helping trainees to develop the verbal and behavioral skills necessary to respond to different instances of discrimination.