In all of our classrooms we have three types of learners—engaged, disengaged, and actively disengaged. You serve all of these students, and it can be extremely difficult. When students are actively disengaged, behavior challenges bubble up. Your classroom can become chaotic, which causes you to lose valuable instruction time and your students to lose valuable learning time.
What if you could engage them all? Imagine what your classroom would look like with less disruptive behavior . . . Let us help you cultivate a classroom of respect, engagement, and ownership.
In this one-day workshop, teacher and author Gail Boushey will share specific practices that you can start using the very next day. Yes, even in April!
8:00 | Doors Open
8:30 to 12:00 | Morning Session
12:00 to 1:00 | Lunch On Your Own
1:00 to 3:30 | Afternoon Session
Now through March 27—$149
Starting March 28—$229
In this interactive day you will learn a proven framework for teaching behaviors of engagement and self regulation. You will leave with a new vision and 27 practices to help students move from disengaged to engaged learners. We will explore the topics of self-regulation, relationships, lesson length, stress, emotional space, caregiver, communication, conversation, and storytelling. Get ready for a day full of aha moments and ideas for engaging students!
Join us on April 20th for a fun, interactive, day of learning.
Apply what you learn, and ENGAGE your students!
Participants can earn 5 clock hours. Washington clock hours have been approved through Puget Sound ESD. Clock hour claim instructions will be provided at the conclusion of the workshop.
Gail Boushey is an educator, co-author of The Daily 5 and The CAFE Book, and co-owner of Teach Daily. She is well known for making learning events fun and has given presentations all over the world. She has degrees in early childhood, elementary, and special education. Gail works with schools on increasing student engagement and creating self-regulated learners.
Her newest work with colleague Allison Behne is Prepared Classroom. The Prepared Classroom approach uses best practices from both Daily 5 and CAFE, and adds new research to provide a set of connected practices that help teachers optimize their conditions for teaching so that students can optimize their conditions for learning. Learn more about Prepared Classroom here.
The presenters went above and beyond to be personal, friendly, and answer all questions asked. "
The presenters were professional and approachable. They answered all my questions and fostered an excitement to jump into my classroom and immediately improve my instruction.
There are two parking lots adjacent to the venue, and street parking is available as well.
Something to write with, a beverage of your choice, a jacket (in case the auditorium is chilly), and a positive attitude. We cannot wait to have a great day together!