9 Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom
Our teacher training curriculum offers low stress strategies for highly successful educators.
Low Stress Strategies for Highly Successful Educators
Get solutions that work right now to:
- Create low stress classrooms
- Help end student arguing and back talk
- Guide kids to own and solve their problems
- Build positive relationships with challenging students
- Raise test scores
- Prevent problems and save teaching time
For years educators have been asking for a program they can use to facilitate in-service training. Love and Logic's® "low stress classrooms" techniques are designed to create effective learning environments for students, and make teaching fun and rewarding…instead of stressful and exhausting. Our multimedia teacher-training curriculum was developed with step-by-step instructions for presenting this curriculum in nine easy-to-follow modules.
How are schools most successful with the curriculum? They teach it every school year to:
- Introduce new staff to the Love and Logic techniques
- Provide a refresher for returning staff
- Get staff excited about kids acting up because they know they can handle them without breaking a sweat!
This curriculum will build strong schools where teachers have time to teach and students want to learn. This is an excellent in-service tool for every educator!The 9 Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom® curriculum package includes:
- 9 Skills
- 9 Modules
- 34 Stories authored and presented by Jim Fay and Charles Fay, Ph.D.
- Facilitator's Guide
- Instructional DVD with presentations by Jim Fay and Charles Fay, Ph.D.
- Ten Participant Workbooks
- One tote bag
- Access to exclusive content through our Facilitator portal, including media/marketing kits and other valuable resources geared to help with your presentations
- Facilitator contact information can be added to our Trainer Referral Map, as well as our national referral list
The instructional videos are available on DVD or USB Flash Drive-(PC & Mac only).
by Jim Fay and Charles Fay, Ph.D.
Please note: The training program is designed to be taught in a face-to-face setting. No internet based teaching of the program is allowed.