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Successful teaching and successful learning both depend on a positive relationship between teachers and students in every classroom no matter where that classroom is located or the ages and ability levels of the students. In this Webinar, participants will learn why this relationship is crucial, what students expect from their teachers, how to help students connect to each other to foster a positive classroom chemistry, and how to implement a wide variety of strategies that can make it possible to forge a strong connection with every student.

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Available for one hour of PD credit.

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June 2017
Great ideas
March 2017
February 2017
THANK YOU
October 2016
August 2016
Whether you are a first-year teacher or a seasoned teacher, this webinar will calm your nerves before the first day of school comes. And we know about those nerves! As teachers, we will always have it.
August 2016
This was an excellent webinar - I recommend that anyone who was not able to view it live should view it now and download the resources. She did an excellent job and gave me lots of food for thought. I really liked the specific and actionable suggestions. Thanks Julia!
August 2016
Julia's presentation was filled with great ideas. I am glad that I spent the time to participate. Establishing that relationship with students is key to achieving some measure of success.
August 2016
Excellent
August 2016
I came in at the very end of the webinar but what I heard in the 5-10 minutes I was able to listen to Julia's Q n A, got me thinking more deeply about positive behaviorial changes I can make immediately to help improve relationships with my students. Thanks so much !
August 2016
lots of great ideas about establishing relationships with students from the very beginning of the school year. thank you.