Presented by

Pete

Hall

Pete Hall is a capacity-builder. Driven to impact others’ lives in a profoundly positive way, he channels his experiences as a school principal, success coach, and small-business owner into manageable lessons for continuous growth, personal improvement, and positive mindset. Tenacious, courageous, and incorruptible, Pete shares his optimism, joy, and practical application of strategies for getting the most out of yourself – as a leader, a contributor, a teammate, and a human being, no matter what your role(s) and goal(s) might be. With a down-to- earth personality and humorous anecdotes, he weaves tactical work/life approaches and clear mental shifts into every nook and cranny of his interactions with others. After a teaching career that spanned grades preK-8 over three states, Mr. Hall served 12 years as a principal in three schools: Anderson Elementary in the Washoe County (Reno, NV) School District, and Sheridan Elementary and Shaw Middle in the Spokane (WA) Public Schools. Under his leadership, each of the schools earned awards for academic performance, growth, and student achievement. Mr. Hall’s written works include authoring over twenty articles on leadership and publishing twelve books. With numerous honors and accolades for his leadership on the local, national, and international stage, Mr. Hall has worked as a personal consultant/mentor/motivational coach for school leaders, teachers, professional athletes, weekend golfers, stand-up comedians, firefighters, business executives, custodians, and more. A resident of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, he speaks and consults internationally.

Presentation

10:00 am
Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Safe Brains, Learning Brains: Lessons for Educators

There’s a science to how information enters our students’ brains. Learning, it turns out, doesn’t happen by accident. Spend an hour with former award-winning principal Pete Hall and explore the science of learning. From the two doors information must pass through in order to get to the pre-frontal cortex (a.k.a. “the vault”) to the six phases of learning, you’ll gain valuable information to guide your classroom environment setup, your lesson planning, and your delivery of instruction. Arrive with an open mind and an open heart, and leave with a full bucket and an overflowing toolbelt.