Teaching Our Youth understands the importance of the partnership between parents and teachers for our student’s academic success. If you have more than one child, you know how different each child can be: their behaviors, interests, communication and learning style. Parenting is not a one size fits all philosophy. By helping parents understand themselves, and the personalities of their children, they can better adapt their parenting style to meet the internal/emotional needs of their children, to reduce conflict and develop better relationships and increase academic performance.

Better than a thousand days of diligent study is one day with a great teacher.”

Japanese Proverb


Solving the People Puzzle

  • Learn about personality types based on “pace” and “priority”.

  • Identify parent’s traits and expectations.

  • Identify child’s personality/behavior traits.

  • Learn basic needs and motivational factors that influence behavior, decision making and communication styles.

  • Discover tips on how to adapt your parenting to meet needs in advance and reduce stress and conflict.

Creating a Positive Classroom Environment: Mastering Classroom Management While Meeting Social Emotional Needs

  • Cultivate cooperation and respect from at risk students through understanding social emotional learning principles, reframing discipline and embracing positive guidance.

  • Explore contrasts of survival and development and their impact on learning to increase academic achievement.

  • Understand the transition from traditional discipline to a positive behavior support model, addressing challenging behaviors through proactive steps.

  • Develop discipline strategies aligned with students' personalities, enhancing communication and mutual respect.

  • Implement school-wide strategies including building positive relationships, neutralizing arguing, and empowering students to solve problems.

Love and Logic® in the Classroom

  • Develop positive relationships with challenging students.

  • Help end student arguing and back talk.

  • Create a classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement.

  • Avoid power struggles while setting limits with challenging students.

  • Teach Character and Responsibility through the application of logical consequences instead of punishment.

  • Use Preventative Interventions to decrease disruptive discipline and increase on task instruction time.

  • Guide kids to solve their own problems.

Roots of Underachievement – Causes and Lasting Solutions

  • Understanding beliefs that shape achieving and under achieving behavior.

  • Identify Four Steps to creating healthy beliefs about achievement.

  • Develop solutions and interventions to solve the underachiever problem.

  • Empower your students’ self-esteem to believe they can succeed.

Personality Styles in the Classroom

Teaching Our Youth can customize workshops to meet your specific needs: time, budget and objectives.

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