Learning Recovery

 

Best Practices for Funding and Implementing SEL-Based Learning Recovery

Join FranklinCovey’s Coach, Tracey Holland, as she discusses the 7 Highly Effective Paradigms of Learning Recovery and how administrators are using them to meet the challenge of unfinished learning. Tracey will also explain how the Leader in Me process creates a culture, systems, and sustainable structures to address learning recovery.

Then, Grant Development Leader, Jennifer Chevalier, will share information and tips to address how ESSER, American Recovery Plan Act, and Title allocations can be used to fund Leader in Me implementation.

 

Building Your Learning Recovery Plan

In this session, we’ll cover the “how” of learning recovery. Through the learning recovery series, we have centered equity, wellness, and leadership culture as the foundation of academic success. Schools and districts build on that foundation to create a holistic system for learning recovery that accelerates academic growth and empowers students and educators to thrive in the post-pandemic world.

 

7 Effective Paradigms of Learning Recovery: Moving from Theory to Action

Join coach Tim Torres as he goes deeper into the learning recovery process. Tim will share practical and applicable strategies to accelerate academic achievement as you shape your learning recovery approach. This session will answer questions like:
Where do you start?
What can you do tomorrow?
How does this translate into instructional practices?
How do you implement it in each classroom?

 

Addressing Learning Loss with the Whole Student in Mind with Catherine Digioia

While the cumulative learning loss due to COVID-19 is substantial, students are also experiencing unprecedented levels of stress, grief, fear, and uncertainty. As districts resume traditional instruction over the next year, school leaders will need to consider social and emotional needs as part of their efforts to address learning loss sustained in the wake of school closures. In this session, participants will explore trauma-informed paradigms and practices to approach learning loss post COVID-19.

 

7 Paradigms for Learning Recovery with Dr. Camille Johnson

Pandemic-related learning loss and recovery is a challenge that will be with us for years to come. Join us as Dr. Camille Johnson explores 7 Effective Paradigms for Learning Recovery and how they’re helping schools and districts all over the world tackle this urgent crisis.

 

Research Conversations – Learning Loss

Join Dr. Eve Miller as she shares her expertise in cognitive neuroscience to provide useful guidelines grounded in brain science for how we learn, cope, and thrive. She will also discuss likely pitfalls to avoid while addressing learning loss as well as practical strategies that educators need.

Research Conversations

 

From Deficit to Abundance: Approaching this school year with the paradigm of potential

With all these learning recovery efforts and plans, we cannot lose focus on the one thing that can change everything: the power and impact of paradigms.
They inform our understanding of ourselves, our work with students, our school culture, and more. This session will use the See-Do-Get Model to give participants tools to approach the coming academic year with wellness, equity, and effective practice at the forefront.

 

Navigating Unconscious Bias and Equity in Education – Part Two

Schools are becoming increasingly aware of the impact unconscious bias can have on student outcomes, but to act effectively on this new knowledge, for teachers and administrators to recognize their own biases and for schools to correct and overcome inequitable practices, they need the right kind of support. Join us for a two part event, where we share ideas for navigating these challenging topics.

 

Navigating Unconscious Bias and Equity in Education – Part One

Schools are becoming increasingly aware of the impact unconscious bias can have on student outcomes, but to act effectively on this new knowledge, for teachers and administrators to recognize their own biases and for schools to correct and overcome inequitable practices, they need the right kind of support. Join us for a two part event, where we share ideas for navigating these challenging topics.

 

Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias – Part Two: with Pamela Fuller

Back by popular demand, Pamela Fuller and Dr. Eve Miller dive deeper into Pamela’s new book, The Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias: How to Reframe Bias, Cultivate Connection, and Create High Performing Teams and address unconscious bias in education.

Download 7 Misconceptions about Unconscious Bias

 

Leader’s Guide to Unconscious Bias: with Pamela Fuller

As the lead architect of FranklinCovey’s unconscious bias solutions,  Pamela Fuller helps leaders all over the world build the skills to reframe bias, develop relationships, and create effective teams.

Download 7 Misconceptions about Unconscious Bias

 

Trauma in Education: with Matthew Portell

Join Fall-Hamilton Principal, Mathew Portell, and FranklinCovey’s Director of Research, Dr. Eve Miller, as they discuss how trauma-informed practices in education have changed recently. Mathew is an unapologetic disrupter and loves to dig into the deep topics around trauma in education. This conversation will touch on how schools can effectively address trauma caused specifically by COVID and inequity.

 

This is Your Brain on Burnout: Using Neuroscience to Support Wellness

Dr. Eve Miller will share a simple model for sustainable wellness developed following a six month review of the latest scientific evidence. The end in mind is to provide participants with the information they need to assess, create, and sustain wellness. She will also share recommendations to ground the science in straightforward but impactful daily practices.

Thought Leaders and Keynotes

Muriel Summers Keynote

Come spend time with former A.B. Combs Principal, Muriel Summers, as she dives into what can happen if we are careful to never underestimate children and talks about the power of a team.

 

Brad Montague Keynote

Join New York Times bestselling author and award-winning director, Brad Montague to revisit why you chose to be an educator, and who inspired (and continues to inspire) you to make that choice.

 

The Change Model

Discuss the importance of understanding where each person on your team is in their world. Hear from guest speaker, Tom Mahoney, who is successfully utilizing the Change Model.

 

Empower Students to Find Their Voice

Join Catherine DiGioia-Weinfeld, Coach & Consultant, to learn practical and tactical ways to release control into students, allowing them to find their voice.

Build a School Culture Virtually

Phil Boyte wants your school to be a place so fun, encouraging and safe you have to beg students and teachers to leave at the end of the day…even virtually!

Creating a “We” Culture

Creating a learning environment that can flourish beyond the four walls of the classroom IS possible, even in a world that’s impossible to predict.

Panel Discussions

 

Teacher Live Online Event Series Week 3

Dr. Eve Miller will share a simple model for sustainable wellness developed following a six month review of the latest scientific evidence. She will also share recommendations to ground the science in straightforward but impactful daily practices.

 

 

Teacher Live Online Event Series Week 2

Join this group of amazing teachers as they discuss all of your questions in week 2 of the Teacher Series!

 

 

Teacher Live Online Event Series Week 1

Join our panel of Leader in Me Coaches as they take a moment to press the pause button and reconnect with your why and redefine your roll and answer all your questions!

 

 

Critical Conversations with High School Students

Join FranklinCovey thought leader and host of the Realiteen Talks Podcast Gary McGuey, and his panel of Teens as they discuss life during these trying times.

 

 

Reimagining Education: Where Do We Go From Here?

Join FranklinCovey host Kyle Ellison, Professor Paul De La Certa, and a panel of experts as they have a discussion about what the future hold for education post pandemic.

 

 

Trauma Panel

Join FranklinCovey Education consultant Jen Duston, Krista Wilbur, and Principal Kristy Love as they have a discussion about trauma.

 

 

Critical Conversations

Join the panel of top education leaders as they discuss equity, leadership, and navigating change.

 

Fall District Collaborative

 

Are you a Genius or a Genius-Maker? with Liz Wiseman

What could your school or district accomplish with access to all the intelligence that sits inside it? In our keynote, participants will explore the research behind Liz’s book Multipliers and discover the transformational effect that Multiplier leaders have across every level of their organization.
Participants will:
Learn about the five Multiplier disciplines.
Identify where they may accidentally diminish others.
Gain tactics to deal with a diminishing administrator.

 

Addressing Learning Loss with the Whole Student in Mind with Catherine Digioia

While the cumulative learning loss due to COVID-19 is substantial, students are also experiencing unprecedented levels of stress, grief, fear, and uncertainty. As districts resume traditional instruction over the next year, school leaders will need to consider social and emotional needs as part of their efforts to address learning loss sustained in the wake of school closures. In this session, participants will explore trauma-informed paradigms and practices to approach learning loss post COVID-19.

 

Spring 2021 District Administrator Collaborative: Navigating a New Kind of School Year with a Panel of Students

Realiteen Talks Podcast Cohort – This event will feature a diverse group of students from our Realiteen Talks Podcast Cohort. This panel in particular will focus on the students experience with a different kind of school year. They’ll be answering questions directly from event attendees.

 

Spring 2021 District Administrator Collaborative: Resilience and Recovery from a Remote Year with Haydn Shaw

In his session entitled “Resilience Recovery from a Remote Year,” Haydn will look at how we can help our teachers find resilience to finish this year and then regroup and turn the lessons learned into resources for next year. This fast-moving session will overview key data and offer leaders practical and a dose of hope.

 

Creating Trust in Teams and Schools with Stephen M. R. Covey

The end in mind of this session is to support district leaders in developing the skills needed to build a high trust team using FranklinCovey’s Leading at the Speed of Trust® content, including the 13 Behaviors® of High Trust.

 

Leading Through Change Panel

This event featured an incredible group of top administrators from around the country. As a panel, they focused their discussion on Leading Through Change. They answered questions directly from event attendees about navigating leadership through COVID, equity and inclusion, setting expectations, as well as teacher and administrator wellness.

 

Master Mentors with Scott Miller

Scott Miller will introduce his new book Master Mentors. For the lifelong learners and leaders in education, he will highlight strategies for reaching new heights and reengaging with their careers and lives in new, exciting ways.

 

The 4 Disciplines of Execution with Sean Covey

Sean Covey walks attendees through The 4 Disciplines of Execution (4DX) for educators. Using the 4DX process, classroom, school, and district leaders can adapt and achieve, even when in the midst of daily chaos.

 

Equity in Education Panel

This event featured an incredible group of top administrators from around the country. As a panel, they focused their discussion on Equity in Education. They answered questions directly from event attendees about navigating equity and inclusion in schools and districts as well as focusing on each student and faculty member and their individual needs.

 

Authentic Leadership with Jen Colosimo

During this event, we focused on what effective influence looks like, how to cultivate connections with allies, mentors, sponsors, and how to create credibility with others.

Overviews

 

School Spotlight: Rough Hollow Elementary

 

Florida Leader in Me Expo: Live Online

 

High School Overview with Lonnie Moore

 

Community Appreciation with Sean Covey and Muriel Summersl

 

School Spotlight: Riverview Elementary

Union County School Celebration

 

Union County School Celebration: Day 1

 

Union County School Celebration: Day 2

Other Leader in Me Events

 

Spotlight On Leadership Series: Joe Beckman, Just Look Up
Joe talks about his new book, and how to use “five life-saving phrases every human needs to hear” in your everyday life.
October 23, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Steve Bollar, Stand Tall Leadership
Learn how to make strategic, smart and creative decisions.
October 8, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
CARES Act Live Online Event
An informational session on the educational components of the CARES Act.
July 29, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Bree Cochran, The Vent Human Performance
Building your path to success in Habit 7!
July 2, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: My Name My Story
Using stories to drive empathy and empathy to drive change.
June 18, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: LaSonja Flowers-Ivory
Leading learning with diversity in mind with author of Mean Girls Meet Justice and Who Cares About Black Boys.
June 4, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Claudia Steppan
Applying the 7 Habits as a School Leader…finding balance and operating in our circle of control.
May 21, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Conejo Elementary
Unleashing the power and potential of parents.
May 14, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Monarch Grove Elementary
Building leaders at home & school.
May 7, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Trudy Arriaga
Leading while female.
April 30, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Gabe Soumakian
Adapting to remote learning & remote work.
April 16, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Richard Parkhouse
Creating the world’s greatest virtual school.
April 9, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Micah Jacobson
Teaching in a remote environment… creating an engaging virtual classroom.
March 30, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Phil Boyte
Leading through change.
March 27, 2020 WATCH REPLAY
Spotlight On Leadership Series: Krista Wilbur
Utilizing trauma informed practices in education.
January 31, 2020 WATCH REPLAY

 

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