High Expectations Teaching: Getting ALL our Students to Believe in Themselves, and Giving Them the Tools to Actualize that Belief

Jon Saphier

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Jon Saphier presents: High Expectations Teaching: Getting ALL our Students to Believe in Themselves, and Giving Them the Tools to Actualize that Belief

This session will present concrete images of what a teachers does in everyday classroom life if they truly believe “all students can learn.”, not just some. “Smart is something you get, not something you are.”  If our students learn the six aspects of “effective effort”, they can accelerate their learning.  As educators we can combine culturally relevant pedagogy with authentic high expectations and rigor to shatter stereotypes of what marginalized students can achieve. 

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50 Ways to Get Students to Believe in Themselves and Take Ownership of their Learning:

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Jon Saphier

Dr. Jonathon Saphier is the Founder and President of Research for Better Teaching, now in its 45th year. He and his colleagues deliver professional development on high-expertise teaching and high expertise leadership in over 100 districts each year. They focus on long-term sustainable plans for improving teaching and leading.