The School Climate and Culture Institute, Embassy Suites by Hilton Charlotte Ayrsley, Monday, 18. November 2019

                        The School Climate and Culture Institute
                                            November 18 and November 19, 2019
                                                             9:00 am- 4:00 pm
                                            Embassy Suites by Hilton Charlotte Ayrsley
Day One-    Transforming Classroom Management 
On day one, professional development consultant, Tammy Moye Johnson will give teachers the skills they need to have a successful year.
Participants will
Learn the top 3 mistakes teachers make regarding discipline
Learn intervention strategies when dealing with discipline
Know the 5 keys to success for any classroom management system
Create a classroom management plan to include 2 new procedures
Learn ways to connect with your most difficult students
Day Two:   Climate & Culture Cannot Be Transformed With Disciplinary Referrals
On day two, Principal Kafele will challenge teachers to think "macro."   Teachers will be taken on an introspective journey of the overall climate and culture of their classrooms while engaging them in a self-reflective discussion of their attitudes toward their students, the strategies they employ toward keeping their students motivated and engaged, the intentionality of the relationships that they nurture with their students and how effective they are with engaging their students’ parents.
Registration includes materials.    Lunch is on your own.

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Monday, 18. November 2019, Embassy Suites by Hilton Charlotte Ayrsley, The School Climate and Culture Institute

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