March 16th @ 4 pm EST | 1 pm PST

 

Many of the competencies students need to be future-ready, like collaboration and communication, depend on classroom practices to develop them. Often those practices are hindered by hidden psychological safety concerns that limit engagement.

In this research conversation we will discuss some specific ways psychological safety impacts future-ready development and share relevant research about how to remove those barriers.

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Join Dr. Miller, Director of Research, and Dr. Chevalier, Associate Director of Research, as they share the research and practical application tips for your schools and classrooms.

Dr. Eve Miller is an experienced cognitive neuroscientist with fifteen years of applied work in the genetics, healthcare, military intelligence, and education fields. She has trained in a variety of research methods, from brain imaging to behavioral assessment.

Dr. Jennifer Chevalier has worked in public education for 15 years, serving as a Teacher, Educational and Instructional Coach, Talent Developer, and Research and Grants Development Manager. She has spoken at national webinars and research-related conferences and events, working to increase the research base around Leader in Me.

 

“Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender; it’s holy ground. There is no greater investment.”

– Stephen Covey

 

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Learn why schools and districts around the world are using Leader in Me as a framework to fundamentally transform their classrooms – and their community.

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