Elementary Advanced Course – New York, NY
July 16 - 19 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm$729
You’ve taken our Elementary Core Course.
Now take your SEL teaching skills to the next level with our Advanced Course!
The Elementary Advanced Course is designed to increase your knowledge and expand your teaching strategies and practices to strengthen the Responsive Classroom approach you’re already using. In this four-day, interactive training course, you will learn new methods and strategies including:
- Engaging Academics: Teacher Language, Open-ended Questions, Academic Choice, and Guided Discovery. We’ll also cover the Language of Learning, including core thinking, speaking and listening skills.
- Effective Management: Classroom Organization, as well as Effective Behavior Management tools such as Problem-Solving Conferences and Role-Play.
- And much more
“This workshop gives you strategies on how to address little problems, work on larger problems, and pushes you to be a more proactive teacher.”
– Natalie Cannon, Teacher
Prerequisite: 4-day Elementary Core Course
Suitable for grades K – 6
Resources included: Resource Book and Joyful Classroom
Check-in/Welcome: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
Session begins: 8:30 am
Session ends: 3:30 pm
Meet the Presenters
Cory has worked as a teacher in the Bloomington Public Schools system in Minnesota for 13 years and has experience teaching first, second, and third grades. Upon his first exposure to Responsive Classroom early in his career, he quickly developed a passion for the tramsformative mindset and practices surrounding the approach, and has since traveled nationally and internationally to train educators in adopting a similar focus that supports all students in learning.
Ina is a special education teacher with experience teaching elementary and preschool ages children in New York City public and private schools. Her dedication to Responsive Classroom began over 10 years ago when she attended her first RC workshop. Ever since, Ina has been thrilled each year to embrace and incorporate RC principles and practices in her own classroom and believes deeply in the transformative power that this approach has on students, teachers, and families.
Kristina currently serves as principal of an elementary school in Wisconsin Rapids, WI. During her 18-year educational career, she has been a 2nd grade teacher, Educator Effectiveness coach, and professional development facilitator. Kristina embraces innovative and results-based facilitation of learning for all and as a member of the Innovative Schools Network Board, she looks to support the many innovative learning opportunities that happen every day in schools across our nation.
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