ENVoY I

K-12 Educators

Introduction to easy and practical behavior management strategies to reduce classroom discipline time and enhance productivity.

Dates: Date TBD in Feb. 2020

Time: TBD.

Location: Sourcewell

Cost: TBD; includes ENVoY: Your Personal Guide to Classroom Management resource book

Prerequisites: None

CEUs: Positive Behavior Intervention Strategies

Description:
Learn systematic components of non-verbal communication to increase engagement while preserving relationships. These strategies help educators implement curriculum and instructional design to create an environment focused on learning. Students respond because they are supported through self-direction.

Learning objectives:

  • Learn non-verbal communication skills
  • Gain insights how to preserve relationships with students
  • Understand how to best support a variety of students

Recommended follow-up:
ENVoY Coaching
ENVoY Live
ENVoY II

Similar Sourcewell courses:
ENVoY Early Childhood Part I, Part II, Part III
ENVoY Small Group
ENVoY Strategies for Cafeteria & Recess Success

About the leaders:
An award-winning teacher with a passion for helping everyone become better at what they do, Jacki Brickman is a pro at relating to people. She has a reputation for empowering people through her keen observations and insightful feedback.

Nathan Elliott is most passionate about impacting student learning by helping educators develop the skills to become even better at their work. In addition to training and coaching, he has hosted hundreds educators in his classroom as an ENVoY Demonstration Teacher.

Event Registration

Registration deadline: Details for Feb. 2020 not yet available.

Check-in: 30 minutes prior to workshop start.