It’s working! Youth and adults are changing how they see themselves and their communities. Kaleidoscope Connect gives adults a “full-color lens,” providing a better understanding of youth and the daily battles they face: bullying, drugs, alcohol, suicidal thoughts, etc. Register here.
Two seminars being offered - one for those new to Integrative Youth Development and one for those ready to take application to the next level. Each seminar nurtures skills to see beneath the surface and move to the core of what students need to thrive, while helping raise professional satisfaction for teachers and other school staff.
To be college and career-ready today, students must meet academic requirements, but also possess soft skills such as grit, resiliency and emotional intelligence to thrive in new environments and life circumstances. Join Corrie Hruby, Kaleidoscope Connect Leader for Galena City School District, for this workshop, to discover together how we can support the launch of future generations. Learn more and register.
The Other Side of the Student Report Card: What it is, and Why It Matters
Join Derek Peterson for his full-day workshop to learn, hands-on, how to apply an integrative approach to youth development to support school staff, school boards, community members, and the students themselves. Learn More.
Capture your Best Professional Selfie
Shouldn't your performance evaluation reflect the best and most accurate professional you? Hear from Superintendent Scott MacManus how Alaska Gateway School District has fine-tuned and upped its game in its evaluation instruments.
Partnering with Brightways Learning, you will see how performance data is collected much more quickly and frequently - including the teachers adding their own performance input - to capture the clearest, most complete picture of each teacher for evaluation. Learn more and register.
Using Student "Selfies" to Better Connect and Engage
Amy McDonald and David Pavish -- along with students -- will discuss how youth use snapshots of their developmental ecology to thicken their webs of support and enhance their academic success and general well-being. Learn More.
Creating Invincible Youth: Ensuring Successful Life Transitions Requires Resilience
In preparation for the many stages of life, students must possess soft skills such as grit, resiliency and emotional intelligence to thrive in new environments and life circumstances. In this workshop, Amy McDonald will provide new insights into increasing resilience. Discover how you can support the launch of all students on a path to success. Register and learn more. #assec16
How we used the XQ Super Schools Grant project to engage staff, students and the community of Breckenridge, MN
Join Derek Peterson as he co-presents with Diane Cordes, Superintendent, and Justin Neppl, School Board Member, at Breckenridge School District. Learn more.
It’s working! Youth and adults are changing how they see themselves and their communities. Kaleidoscope Connect gives adults a “full-color lens,” providing a better understanding of youth and the daily battles they face: bullying, drugs, alcohol, suicidal ideation, etc. LEARN MORE...
Join us for our first annual community fundraising event and raffle.
Mingle with friends, learn more about our youth development work, and win terrific prizes!
Funds raised will be used to send youth to Phlight Clubs and to provide youth-development training to the adults who support them.
Join us at the Montana Education Association and the Montana Federation of Teachers conference to discover ClassBright Evaluation:
Friday, October 21, 1:00 - 1:50 PM
More Effective Teaching? You're in it together!
Join us at the Montana Education Association and the Montana Federation of Teachers conference for two Kaleidoscope Connect sessions:
Thursday, October 20, 2:00 - 2:50 PM
Increasing Student Resilience is Everyone's Job
Friday, October 21, 10:00 - 11:50 AM
Amplifying Strengths in Youth: The Art of Teaching