Reach and Teach Students in Challenging Environments!
Tyler, TX • February 9, 2019
Cooperative Learning or Brain-Friendly Teaching 1-Day Workshops
• All approved administrators attend FREE.
All Other Workshops
• One FREE administrator with three paid participants.
• Two FREE administrators with five or more paid participants.
Exclusively for principals, vice principals, and approved district administrators. No substitutions. All participants and administrator(s) must be from the same school or district and must be registered together at the same time.
Do you teach in a "high-risk" environment where the majority of your students have a high probability of failing academically or dropping out of school? Are you new to Kagan, or have you experienced difficulties implementing Kagan Structures in your classroom due to your students' exceptional circumstances? Students dealing with poverty, homelessness, behavioral issues, learning disabilities, learning English, or incarceration can present severe teaching challenges. Meet the challenge with the structures, activities, and procedures you'll learn in this workshop. Combining tools from Cooperative Learning, Win-Win Discipline, and Brain-Friendly Instruction, this workshop empowers you with knowledge and strategies you will put to work immediately in your classroom. You will reach and support your hardest to reach and teach students. While individual teachers benefit greatly from this workshop, it is even more powerful when the entire school (or a school team) implements these powerful tools to transform the school experience for high-risk students. #27143
Griffin Elementary School
2650 N Broadway Ave.
Tyler, TX 75702-2121 Get Directions
Check-in 8:00 am
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