Join Kevin Honeycutt July 7, 2020 for a 3-hour, high energy, resource-packed, inspiration-fueled session that will leave you excited for coming days with your learners!
Who’s this course for?
This course is perfect for you if…
- You’ve wanted to feel a stronger sense of connection with your learners and their families.
- You’ve felt like the current situation/reality is sometimes driving you when you would like to drive.
- You’ve always known that the more we can intrinsically motivate learners, they better they’ll do.
My BIG promise to you by the end of this course is that you’ll be newly excited about possibilities, less worried about perceived imperfection…and you’ll have many new ideas for fostering powerful new learning relationships.
This is that "pit row," for retooling, fresh tires and full tank moment you’ve needed since COVID-19 hit us is designed into this course.
Who should sign up?
Educators who have felt they were running behind the moving train of virtual instruction and have wanted/needed a little reinforcement that they are going to be driving the train.
What will you gain?
Ideas and motivation that will feed your enthusiasm and faith in what’s coming in the coming new school year as well as provide you with new strategies for connecting with learners in new and creative ways.
**1/2 hour of college credit is available.
To be eligible for college credit educators will attend this training and create a deliverable where they will reflect on what they have learned and what they intend to do to increase their instructional effectiveness as a result. Options & guidelines for the deliverable are outlined inside the course.
Since 2003, Kevin has been a Technology Integration Specialist at ESSDACK, an educational service center based in Hutchinson, Kansas. At ESSDACK he researches and designs programs, training and staff development with a strong passion for helping teachers and learners become successful with educational uses of technology. He was a school board member for his small town which he feels informs his understanding of school needs.
Kevin feels that one of his most important roles is to help vision what the future holds for learners and to help move schools in positive, new directions. During his classroom tenure, he developed project-based approaches to learning that infused technology and problem solving skills. He created a film program for kids and developed it into a fully functioning curriculum at the high school level. He co-developed a PBL approach called the Life Practice Model with colleague Ginger Lewman and they provide training in this powerful, student driven approach to learning.
- Stephany Hynes, ELA teacher, Ohio
You won’t regret it. His talk on poverty and student relationships has stuck with me since the day I heard him talk. He is memorable and incredible. I’ve recommended him to my own school district!
- KJ, School Social Worker