Build equity for all students by becoming more self-aware, holding high expectations, and building authentic relationships.

Fifty years of research has consistently found that teacher expectations and their related instructional practices significantly impact students’ academic performance and overall life outcomes This workshop creates a safe space for participants to explore questions like:

  • How do we form expectations of our students?
  • How do my behaviors communicate my expectations?
  • How do these behaviors impact students?

Learning Recovery Workshops

Neuroscience Backed Wellness

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Engaging with Goal Achievement

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Academics 1

Develop the mindset, knowledge, skills, and tools you need to
close the proficiency gap at the school level.

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Academics 2

Develop a predictive and influenceable system to close the proficiency gap.

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Equity in Education

Identify and reduce bias and create an equitable environment where all students have the support, rigor, and relationships that empower their academic success.

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Empowering Instruction

The deepest and most powerful learning happens through active engagement with content coupled with reflection.

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Family Engagement

Increase family engagement with breakthrough thinking and tools to elevate your school’s performance.

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Academics 2

Develop a predictive and influenceable system to close the proficiency gap.

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Customize Your Impact Journey Experience

  • Modality:
  • Live Onsite
  • Live Online
  • On Demand

Audience

Academic Action Team, Coordinator, and Principal  

Alignment to Leader in Me Framework

Starts with adult learning and modeling, new and ongoing staff learning, physical environment, empowering instruction, social-emotional learning, and student voice.

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