Two Options:

Stanford University on June 16th
8:30am – 4:00 pm PT
Virtual on July 28th
8:30am – 1:30 pm PT

Connect with Challenge Success and fellow K-12 educators and administrators for our Summer Leadership Seminar as we embrace this opportune time for change. Throughout the day, we will explore research-based strategies that improve student well-being and promote academic engagement.

Who should attend

K-12 school and district-level administrators, counselors, and teachers

Location

Stanford, CA or Virtual

Price

$700/participant for live
$275/participant for virtual

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn research-based strategies using our SPACE framework to improve student well-being, belonging, and engagement.
  2. Network with other educators from across the nation seeking to achieve a stronger climate of care at their schools.
  3. Explore a sample of our workshops and our approach to school change to determine if a more comprehensive partnership with Challenge Success would benefit your school community.

“Awesome conference, I am really fired up! I loved the breakout sessions which gave me so many ideas to bring back to my school.”  

ADMINISTRATOR

Selection of Workshops

Faculty & Staff Well-Being

Well-being is a practice, much like teaching, that requires individuals and communities to continually prioritize and recommit. In this workshop, we draw from current research and data from our Faculty & Staff Survey to identify opportunities and strategies for individuals and the school to improve faculty and staff well-being.

The Well-Balanced Student

Increasing demands on students may lead to unhealthy stress, resulting in burnout, disengagement, or debilitating physical and mental health symptoms. This workshop examines factors that contribute to undue stress like homework, grades, and the culture of competition, and offers tools for creating a healthier school climate.

Making Homework Work

The topic of homework raises critical questions for educators to consider: What is the purpose of homework? How much homework is appropriate? In this workshop, you’ll learn the latest research on homework and will discuss best practices in creating effective homework assignments.

Toolkit for Rethinking Assessment

Looking to add new assessment practices and strategies to your toolkit? In this workshop, you’ll explore a variety of ideas to help you easily and regularly integrate assessment into the learning process. This workshop is well-suited for schools looking for practical strategies that teachers can use immediately in their classes.

Building Blocks for Belonging

All students need to be seen, valued, and respected in order to be healthy and engaged learners. Building an inclusive school community sets a critical foundation for a successful school year and beyond. In this workshop, participants will explore concrete classroom strategies and school-wide policies that foster belonging and support interpersonal connections, with a focus on giving all students, particularly those who have been marginalized, a sense of agency.

Facilitators

denise pope
Dr. Denise Pope
jennifer cote
Jen Coté

margaret
Margaret Dunlap
laura easley
Laura Easley
jon kleiman
Jon Kleiman
sarah miles
Dr. Sarah Miles
schrader
Drew Schrader

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