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Thursday, April 11 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
Strategies to Increase Hope and Engagement (with students and staff)

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Research shows that the presence of hope and high engagement in students are better predictors of grades than standardized tests. By measuring hope and engagement your team will be prepared to create focused strategies that result in dramatic improvements in school climate and culture. Social/emotional indicators like Engagement, Academic Press, Goal Orientation, Autonomy, Belonging and Hope will be examined. Strategies utilizing a practical teaming model for students and staff will be explored.

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Mark Larson, PhD

Director Hope Survey, Hope Survey
Dr. Mark Larson has over 30 years experience working with educational practitioners and leaders improving schools. Mark has been a successful teacher, principal, and superintendent who has expertise with innovation, human centered design, and strategies/interventions to increase student... Read More →
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Dr. Steven Rippe

Director of Organization Development & New School Development, EdVisions
“Over the years I have been compelled to study and participate in personal learning plans. As I learned the value of my own PLP I began to experience the benefits for myself, the students I work with, my family, and friends. My intent is to identify and share these benefits through... Read More →

Thursday April 11, 2019 2:15pm - 3:00pm CDT
Sandstone 8/9