Hope 4 The Wounded, LLC and the National Dropout Prevention Center/Network team up to provide a valuable professional development opportunity focused on needs and strategies for reaching wounded students. The conference, held in the heart of Ohio’s Amish country, will feature updated research on wounded students, strategies to reach and transform wounded students, and shared stories of success. Effective strategies for classroom management and reaching the bottom third of students will be discussed. Presenters will also discuss suggestions for building a “No Failure School,” and strategies for increasing graduation rates.
One hour of graduate credit through Ashland University will be available for attendees. Attendance at all sessions is required to be eligible for the credit. The cost of the credit will be an additional $175 and should be paid directly to Ashland University at the end of the conference.
Seven Ways to Transform Wounded Students • Case Studies Geared to Develop Successful Strategies for Wounded Students • Suggestions for Helping Withdrawn Wounded Students • Updated Research on Wounded Students • Shared Stories of Success • Strategies to Increase Graduation Rates • Suggestions for Building a No Failure School • Approaches for Reaching the Bottom Third of Students • Plans to Increase Student Achievement • Developing a Classroom Mission Statement • Classroom Management Strategies