Workshops for Principals

August 20, 2012

Diminishing the Impact of a Struggling Teachers on School Performance

No teacher wants to be unsuccessful in the classroom and school leaders can ill-afford to have even one classroom in which the quality of daily instruction is at risk. Educational Epiphany will provide intense, one-on-one, content-specific and pedagogical professional development for individual teachers struggling to effectively manage the demands of lesson planning, delivering quality-first instruction and […]
August 20, 2012

Developing and Implementing Data Protocols to Drive Decision Making

Many schools/school systems are data wealthy, but are challenged by the process of utilizing data analyses to directly address the widening achievement gap between and within student groups. This session will equip teachers and school leaders with tools necessary to promote a school-wide/district move beyond using data to inform and toward using data to perform.
August 20, 2012

Ensuring Gains Among English Language Learners

Language acquisition and skill development can take place simultaneously. For that reason, students who speak English as a second language can be taught “how to read” and “how to read to learn” in concurrently without sacrificing either. This workshop series, for teachers of all content areas, will equip teachers struggling to meet the complex needs of […]