Professional Learning focused on
Keeping Great Teachers Teaching
TEACHER HAPPINESS equals TEACHER RETENTION
“District 112 started its summer with a student focused, teacher focused, energy infused workshop called A Compassionate Teaching Reset. Our teachers gave rave reviews, positive feedback, and much needed reflection and community time.”
— Dr. Michael Lubelfeld, Superintendent of North Shore School District 112 in Illinois
“I’m not here to share what I taught them, though. I’m here to share what I learned from them, because that’s what made me a better teacher.”
Listen as Amelia Leighton Gamel shares a bit about her background and how it all evolved into a high-impact, three-hour training program.
Re-ignite that sense of purpose.
Empower all educators to understand and reframe student behaviors in these high-pressure, post-COVID, very different times.
Leverage the force that brought them to this profession in the first place: compassion.
The professional learning that educators love
This high-impact training is based on the 5-star rated book Compassionate Teaching by Amelia Leighton Gamel.
Each Compassionate Teaching Reset training includes 20 copies of the book
Restore a sense of purpose for teachers and administrators
Support positive student behaviors that dramatically impact learning
Inspire a shared school culture grounded in belonging & engagement
Improve faculty and staff morale and satisfaction for a job well done
3 hours of professional learning create an immediate impact
A powerful training where teachers experience a transformational shift in their understanding and reframing of students’ behaviors
Informed by a clear description of how under-resourced cultures impact students (and their families) and how that plays out in classrooms, attendees leave this session prepared to put compassionate, high-impact practices to immediate use.
Educators and leaders gain deep insight into how they can build compassionate teaching into everything they do in the classroom
Using a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approach, attendees gain actionable insight into how their own beliefs, thoughts and feelings can interfere with, or promote, compassionate approaches when responding to challenging student situations.