Transform Your High-Risk Classroom, Day 1–3
Reach and Teach Students in Challenging Environments!
July 17–19, 2024 in Orlando, Florida
LocationHilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista
1751 Hotel Plaza Blvd
Orlando, Florida 32830-8430
Date and Time
Check In: Wednesday 8:00am-8:30am
- Create a safe learning environment for all students
- Learn specific strategies to build positive relationships with your hard-to-reach students
- Use pair structures to maximize learning and peer support
- Help your high-risk students develop a growth mindset
- Calm the brains and develop focus for distracted students with brain-friendly teaching strategies
- Understand what’s going on in the teen brain and how their brains differ from the brains of young children and adults
- Promote psychological resiliency to counter adverse learning conditions
- Learn what triggers your students
- Adopt preventative procedures to minimize disruptions
- Understand 7 psychological needs that create misbehavior
- Implement step-by-step strategies to help disruptive students meet their needs responsibly
In addition, receive the following materials at a discount (available only to participants of this workshop) by ordering the Bonus Materials package at the same time that you register for this workshop:
- Brain Friendly Teaching: Tools, Tips & Structures Book
- Personal & Social Skills Higher-Level Thinking Questions Book
- TimerTools Software
- Win-Win Discipline 7 Posters Set
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“Transform Your High-Risk Classroom was extremely beneficial to my classroom to see the step by step application, the research behind it, and how it can benefit my kids, classroom, and campus. Please keep this training! It is very needed of practical application of Kagan techniques for a high-risk classroom.”
“Transform Your High-Risk Classroom was absolutely WONDERFUL! I have learned so much and can’t wait to use it in my classroom. I am much more positive going back.”
“I learned so many good strategies for how to deal with high risk students that I can’t wait to get back to school. It occurred to me that many of these strategies are aimed at molding student’s thought patterns into positive beliefs about themselves, which will affect their behavior and foster empathy.”
For More Info
- For questions about this workshop, please contact Kagan at 800-266-7576 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To bring Kagan to your school or district, please contact Kagan’s Partnership Team at 800-451-8495 or email@example.com.