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From Classroom Management to Engagement: See Why Teachers and Their Coaches are Crushing It
Tuesday October 29, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Presented by Yolanda Parsons, Math & Science Multi-Classroom Leader, Oakdale Elementary; and Kyle Sliker, Grade 5 Math Teacher, Oakdale Elementary
Hosted by Nataki Gregory, Ed.D., Chief Program Officer, CT3
Sponsored by CT3
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See how a four-step model for classroom engagement has dramatically improved both teaching and coaching in Oakdale Elementary, part of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in NC. This edWebinar will provide specific insights into the steps that teachers can take to ensure they build a positive, highly engaged culture in the classroom. As the second and third months of school approach, it is the perfect time to focus on classroom engagement. For coaches looking to improve how they support teachers and help drive student engagement, this is the most effective model for putting theory into action. For leaders interested in raising the level of student engagement in their school and getting all of their coaches and teachers singing from the same sheet of music, this session is for you.
This recorded session draws on research-based practices that help create a calm, welcoming, and engaging classroom environment with emphasis on:
- Delivering precise directions to ensure student and teacher success in instructional activities
- Creating positive momentum with positive narration
- Implementing socially just accountability systems
- Developing and nurturing life-altering relationships with every student
Viewers will hear directly from a teacher/coach duo that has unlocked the key to successful and sustainable classroom engagement. Bring your toughest questions and challenges, and leave with on-point answers, inspiration and next steps for successful implementation. This recorded edWebinar will be of benefit to teachers, coaches, and school leaders of PreK through high school grade levels.
About the Presenters
Over the past 23 years, Yolanda Smith Parsons has served students across two states, South and North Carolina, as a teacher, science consultant, dean of S.T.E.M., and most recently a Multi-Classroom Leader (5 years) and a Real-Time Teacher Coach (3 years). A graduate from Clemson University, and a wife and mother of two, Yolanda continues to strive for excellence in every endeavor. She is dedicated to the profession as she continues to reach, teach, and touch the lives of thousands of children and adults in the areas of math, science, engineering, technology, and reading through the public school system, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, after-school programs, and summer camps. “If I can help somebody as I pass along, then my living shall not be in vain!”
Kyle Sliker is currently a sixth-year educator for the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools district in Charlotte, NC. A graduate from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania with degrees in elementary education and history, he is dedicated to the civil education of future generations. Kyle encourages a classroom culture of community and inquiry that leads to the end goal of being an accepting citizen as well as a “lifelong learner.”
About the Host
Over the last 20 years, Nataki Gregory has been a teacher, principal, principal coach, manager, and a cabinet officer. She is a results-focused educator who has worked to ensure teachers and leaders have the skills necessary to drive continuous improvement for schools and their communities. She currently serves as the chief program officer for CT3 and lives with her family in Charlotte, NC.
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CT3 offers high-value professional development and teacher trainings that build school capacity through improved pedagogy. Our approach transforms classrooms by supporting the effective creation of classroom cultures that drive academic excellence for all students, especially those in underserved communities.