We will tailor a program that will meet the needs and requests of schools and districts. Our company, created by and comprised exclusively of educators and administrators from suburban, rural, and urban national and international schools, believes in reality education, where long-term, sustainable results are only achieved when a school’s assets, challenges, barriers, and goals are examined realistically. We stress the importance of using data to drive decisions, and we help schools and districts confront even the most challenging situations head-on.
We can customize the training to meet your needs, however, most schools and districts opt for one of these formats:
Long-Term Training helps schools and districts evaluate and assess their current status, needs, and goals; develop a long-term plan that connects to their vision and mission; and implement and manage that plan over the course of one to three years. A minimum of eight on-site, full day visits helps guide and manage training, and are done in close conjunction with building and central administrators. Unlike other educational consulting teams, our long-term training does not require schools or districts to purchase products or materials. Rather, it assists educators in examining its policies and procedures already in place and aligning its strengths and skills with a laser focus on measurable improvement. This is the most effective utilization of our services, and results in significant, long-term, sustainable results!
Workshops. We provide 1, 2 and 4-day workshop covering a variety of specific topic areas.
- One-day workshops consist of six contact hours. This session is interactive, with a combination of direct training and group/individual work. Specific activities are designed to meet the needs of participants.
- Two-day workshops are conducted on two consecutive days, five to six contact hours per day. These sessions are highly interactive, and engage trainees in individual and group activities related to the topic.
- Four day workshops. These sessions are divided into three components: 1) an initial two full days of training during which participants will begin to develop projects; 2) time for educators to develop activities and/or projects at their schools; and 3) a final two full days of training to evaluate, adjust, and implement their projects.