Host a Workshop
Empower key stakeholders in your community with research and tools that can transform your students’ experience at school and beyond.
WHAT IT IS
Challenge Success workshops provide valuable education for your whole community
Our interactive workshops are designed for educators and families interested in learning practical, research-based strategies to broaden your community’s definition of success and improve student well-being and engagement with learning.
Our professional development and parent education workshops are typically hosted by a school or community organization. They are 60-90 minutes long and our team can facilitate the workshops in-person, virtually, or through a pre-recorded video.
EXPLORE OUR WORKSHOPS
Want to host a workshop at your school? Browse our workshops below or get in touch with our team.
Challenge Success strives to offer need-based financial assistance in an effort to support schools and organizations with limited resources. We believe that cost should not be a deterrent to accessing quality programs. To apply, please complete this form. All requests will be reviewed by our Executive Director.
Making Homework Work
Discuss the latest research on homework and best practices in creating effective homework assignments.
Teaching for Engagement
Explore a “backwards design” model to help plan engaging units and effective assessment techniques.
Interested in hosting a workshop at your school?
We’d love to hear from you! Get in touch with our team to learn more about our workshops and how to get started.
WHAT WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS ARE SAYING
“Wow! This workshop was a HUGE success! I have heard positive feedback from faculty and rave reviews from our families. Your time, passion, excitement, and support in helping us design these meaningful events for our community is valued and appreciated. I am truly looking forward to our continued collaboration and partnership.”MIDDLE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR
“You far exceeded my expectations. The way you are helping society see the problems facing our children and families is enlightening and enriching. We need to get away from being over-programmed, and I loved what you said about how resilience, tolerance, and ability to deal with change are vital to our happiness.”PARENT