The worse thing we can do is become Charlie Brown’s teacher! Subject matter that seems irrelevant and meaningless (“whaa-whaa-whaa”) to students is easily ignored as simply…noise. When disconnected students feel your subject matter has no relevance in their lives, you will feel exhausted and defeated at the end of every school day. The good news is that we teach you how to end the struggle and turn trials into triumphs!

By creating relevance and connectedness, your students attach meaning and value to what you teach.   They are more likely to care about what is being taught and embrace the knowledge for themselves! Strategies that help students find their voice and explore your subjects are extremely valuable. Synectics which connect relevant terms through visual and auditory methods, are one of the ways we help our students attach value and meaning to what we teach.



Differentiated Instruction Benefits for Administrators


  • Differentiated Instruction allows administrators to know that teachers are thoroughly covering content or grade level standards so that students have a deep and solid understanding of the material.
  • Administrators in Differentiated Instruction schools know that each student is part of an appropriately challenging and rigorous learning environment that will benefit them now and in the future!
  • Administrators have the tools to support teachers and focus on instructional leadership!

Teachers will know...

...practical methods to build interest with students to motivate the unmotivated to use Storytelling for Project-Based Learning to grab and keep student interest to incorporate fun and divergent ways of learning to develop critical thinking in the student’s approach to learning this can be modified for all kids and communities to become real to their students to use human graphing to get immediate feedback from students to quickly assess how effective their lesson is going

If schools were permitted to have just one training, this is the one!

This training will help to raise test scores for your students, decrease discipline challenges, and improve classroom rapport. You will learn how to meet students where they are and lead them where they need to be, capture attention, and promote deeper learning.