Teacher and Educator Resources to Support Struggling Students
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Making New Connections, Developing a Path Toward Achievement


Have you ever looked at a struggling student and asked —

  • Could something have been done to steer this child in a different direction?
  • Were there red flags?
  • Are the preventative strategies strong enough to fight off looming struggle?

The answers — yes, yes and yes.

You’ll take comfort in our preventative, proactive and positive approach to engaging struggling students. All too often, programs swing into high gear after students hit rock bottom. Our approach not only stops struggle from occurring in the first place, but also enables struggling students to get back on track faster.

Classroom Resources

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Books


How to Support Struggling Students focuses on ways to intervene effectively with students who show signs of struggle. This practical guide offers self-assessment resources, worksheets, checklists, summaries, tips and links to online resources that can be used by individual teachers, for learning with colleagues and for empowering your school team.

Webinars

Our library of webinars features an in-depth discussion on how to provide students with proactive interventions that can catch them before they fall and find out what to do once they're already in a failure free fall.

Workshops & Keynote Presentations


Prefer an in-person, interactive experience? Turn to us to conduct a workshop at your school. We train teachers and administrators how to identify red flags and develop effective intervention plans. We offer a customizable Supporting Struggling Students workshop as well as in-depth three-part workshop series.

Need to address a larger audience? We can also engage with your team through an inspirational keynote presentation at your next professional development day or district-wide conference.

Free Training Series

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Blog Posts

Check out our top articles on Supporting Struggling Students.

  • Dr. Jackie Glasgow says:

    Thank-you for the great tools to use with teachers. The process of supporting students sometimes loses its fluidity and these tools will connect the gaps.

    I was not able to access the Previewing Organizing Strategies worksheet. It states it is not available. Thank-you again.

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