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October 3, 2017
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DISCOVER CRITICAL STRATEGIES TO ENGAGE TODAY'S STUDENTS


Often times as educators, we lead disengaged students. It's frustrating and demotivating to see their distracted faces when you're trying to give them the education or training that is essential to their success. 

Telling them to pay attention over and over again or trying to compete with Snapchat is just not working. To help educators overcome this challenge, the national thought-leader on the next generation, Dr. Tim Elmore, created a video series anyone can access.

This four-part series helps you:

  • Instill an ownership mentality in students that allows them to take responsibility for their learning and their future

  • Utilize practical, research-based ways to increase resiliency in students, so they can stay engaged during difficult times of learning and life

  • Overcome the often-felt disconnection between adults and students

  • Increase engagement so you can impart the information students need

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The Topics In This Series Include

Part 1

Why Is There a Disconnect?

Part 2

How to Connect With Today's Students

Part 3

How to Increase Resiliency in Students

Part 4

How to Inspire Students to Own Their Learning


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