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The ABCs of Challenging Behavior

This short video series walks you through using the ABCs of Challenging Behavior to understand and respond to undesired behavior in children and youth.

Differentiation Guide

Embark on an empowering teaching journey with this 20+ page Differentiation Guide. Explore invaluable tips for streamlined lesson planning, age-specific strategies tailored for elementary to high school students, and reflections to transform your classroom into a dynamic space where every student thrives. Embrace the art of differentiation and elevate your teaching experience.

PLC Starter Toolkit

This toolkit has all the basics to get you started with your PLC:

  • Agenda/Minutes template
  • Establishing Team Norms worksheet
  • Decision Making Models guide
  • Goal and Progress Tracker template
  • Data Analysis Protocol template

Tips for Building Relationships

Building strong teacher-student and teacher-family relationships is an ongoing process that requires consistent effort, communication, and a genuine commitment to the well-being and success of each student. These practical tips aim to create a positive and collaborative learning community within and beyond the classroom.

Goal Planner

Brainstorm and plan out your goals in this printable planner. Think about how your ideal day, values, and big dreams can inform your goals. Then identify your top goals and aligned actions, and drill down to the specific milestones and other factors to support your success.

Mindset Master Class

Shift Your Mindset, Boost Your Skill Set!

Free Master Class for elementary school educators who want more joy and less stress while they help their students succeed!

You'll take away immediately applicable strategies and discover the 7 steps to EMPOWER yourself!

Educator Activist Resource Guide

What does it mean to be a teacher activist?  As David Chura says, "Being a teacher, almost by definition, means being an activist."

This is a collection of resources for active participation in transforming education.

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