Should Educators Make Concessions for the Toughest Kids? Brian Mendler

Whether in general ed, special ed, self-contained or inclusion settings, educators inevitably face classroom power struggles. Plenary speaker Brian Mendler believes educators should seek to meet even the most difficult students halfway. https://youtu.be/SPcGOYjsC7Y…

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Pushing Through Broken Expectations to Help Students Succeed – “Stand Tall Steve” Bollar

Since strong relationships are so foundational to student success, "Stand Tall Steve" Bollar says educators must be skilled at modeling how to handle challenging circumstances that may hinder progress. Watch…

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“Which of My 19 Labels Are You Talking To?” Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch Coming to Las Vegas!

Students who fall under labels like “at-risk,” “ELL,” “ADHD” and “disadvantaged” may in fact also show great promise. Keynoter Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch believes there is only one label needed for…

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Breaking Down Male Stereotypes: Robert Jackson; At-Risk Students Conference Locations Just Announced

https://atriskstudentsconference.com/ Passing judgment on students' potential based on outward appearances often sets boys up for failure. Keynoter Robert Jackson is all too familiar with adversity, but rejected his teacher’s prediction…

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