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April 28 • 4PM
May 26 • 4PM
Implementing Change in Schools: 5 Tips for Success - 3.24.22
An interview with Robert Fisicaro, Ed. D. Superintendent of Schools in Haddon Township New Jersey, discussing tips for implementing changes to schools.
Relationships - the Key to Unlock a Positive School Culture: 5 Practical Strategies to Build School Connectedness - 2.17.22
Imagine feeling a sense of positivity as you walk through the doors of your school. Envision an environment where students and adults alike exude and internalize a sense of welcome, acceptance, encouragement, and personal value. Relationships are key! This webinar will examine five practical strategies that permeate a positive school culture.
Rejuvenating Your School Culture: 5 Strategies Using A Character-Focused Approach - 1.27.22
A healthy school culture involves intentionality. In this practical 30 minute workshop, educators examined five character-focused strategies that can breath fresh life into your school culture and help it thrive. Watch and be inspired to rejuvenate your school culture with character!
5 Strategies for Practicing Wellness in the Middle of Change – 12.16.21
In this insightful 30-minute workshop, Suzanne Bracci - CITRS GROW Director & Owner of Stress Management and Wellness Solutions - speaks on the importance of self-awareness in managing stress and overall well-being. Gain practical insight on 5 of the most practical and effective ways to practice self-care in these turbulent times.
Content copyright of Stress Management and Wellness Solutions, LLC
Conversation Regarding the CITRS GROW Continuous School Improvement Model – 8.17.21
CITRS was delighted to highlight its Continuous School Improvement Model. The CITRS GROW Model is focused on helping America’s schools to thrive instead of just survive.
While others provide programs and initiatives that are targeted at students, adding to an already full plate, we focus on school’s faculty, staff and administrators.
We, like so many others, are anticipating the ongoing impacts that COVID will have on the energy and enthusiasm of administrators, teachers, and staff for their jobs. We are certain this will be felt this coming school year more than ever and recognize there will be a greater need to provide even more support to school teams.
The CITRS GROW Model is the solution to those wondering how to do this most effectively and efficiently. Central to the GROW Model is the internationally recognized CITRS team of highly qualified education specialists, administrators, counselors, psychologists, and researchers that will be facilitating this four-phase, multi-dimensional, evidence-driven process with schools.
To learn more details about the GROW Model, please visit www.citrs.org/grow
Conversation with Character.org on Character & Social-Emotional Development National Guidelines – 5.27.21
CITRS was honored to host Dr. Arthur Schwartz, President of Character.org, as he spoke to their newly released Character & Social Emotional Development (CSED) guidelines.
CSED was developed in collaboration with leading experts in the fields of both Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) and Character Development. Based on the latest science and research, the guidelines were created to provide states, districts, and schools with a way to determine whether or not their programs for the whole child are comprehensive.
The guidelines focus on the four dimensions of character (moral, performance, intellectual and civic character) and the five skills of social-emotional learning (self-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, social awareness, and responsible and ethical decision-making).
About Character.org: For the past 28 years, Character.org has served as the national leader, advocate, and voice for the character movement in the U.S. and beyond. Its unique and inspiring annual forum brings together thousands of parents, educators, coaches, organizations, researchers, and community leaders - all collaborating to improve character in our homes, schools, and communities.
Conversation with the Creators of the Ground Breaking App, CharacterDaily – 2.25.21
Description: Now more than ever, it’s crucial for new tools to be developed that adapt to the new learning environments brought on by COVID. While it’s hard to predict how things will look tomorrow, it is certain that education as we once knew it, will never be the same again! Let’s take a look together how technology will most certainly be a change agent in education - this app leading the way. Learn more about cutting edge technology that is delivering character content in a digital world.
About CharacterDaily: CharacterDaily designs affordable and scalable technology solutions that help to build comprehensive character development programs. They partner with prominent content providers to deliver customized curricula and resources to educators, parents, and students. Their mission is to empower people to achieve success by building a strong foundation of character through easy-to-use, digital solutions.
Conversation with Evaluators, Multi-Dimensional Education Inc (MDed) - 11.18.2020
Description: Now more than ever it’s crucial to feel confident where philanthropic monies are being directed. With so many organizations and programs competing for the attention of foundations and philanthropists, how can you feel confident in evaluating those worthy causes? Get inside information, as MDed shares their evaluation strategies of organizations, programs and initiatives.
About the Evaluators: Multi-Dimensional Education Inc. (MDed) was started in 2008 by the internationally respected researchers and evaluators Drs. Michael W. Corrigan and Doug Grove, as well as their since retired partner Dr. Phil Vincent. MDed are experts in child development, clinical and developmental psychology, organizational change and statistical analysis. MDed’s goal is to improve the lives of children by helping youth-focused organizations, schools and agencies collect, analyze and utilize more sound evidence-driven approaches to continuous improvement. MDed has assisted more than 150 school systems, state agencies and national organizations in their work with children. Holding to the highest ethical practices and standards, they have directed the research for more than $19.5 million in federal studies.