This session will help attendees design a welcoming classroom with intentionality and purpose. They will learn how to identify their level of Invitational Teaching and identify ways to move up the ladder so that students experience an intense feeling of belonging each and every day. Attendees will also learn how to use the 3 Phase Management Process to analyze, prepare, and respond to challenging stakeholder interactions.
Join The Reading League Louisiana, in collaboration with the Center for Development and Learning, as we host our presenter, Chelonnda Seroyer for this live webinar on Thursday, July 22, 2021 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM CST.
Chelonnda Seroyer, M.Ed., began her educational career as a high school English teacher from Madison, Alabama, where she used Dr. Harry Wong’s book, The First Days of School, as an “instruction manual” to set up her highly effective classroom. She has presented with Dr. Wong for organizations such as, the New Jersey Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), the Texas Teachers Alternative Certification Program, the North Carolina Model Teacher Education Consortium, Louisiana State University, and has done keynote presentations for the International Center for Leadership in Education’s Model Schools Conferences. She is featured in Dr. Wong’s online classroom management course; on the DVD in the 4th edition of The First Days of School; she is a contributing author of the Wong’s brand new book, THE Classroom Management Book, and she is the only teacher that shares the stage with Dr. Wong. In 2007, she received the Toyota International Teacher Award, and she is also an Education News 2016 Upton-Sinclair Award recipient. Other 2016 recipients include Stephen Colbert, and (posthumously) Elie Wiesel. This award is “given each year to pay homage and respect to individuals who have contributed much to education and society.”
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Thank you to the Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation and Amplify for their funding of The Reading League Louisiana.