Eduucator Motivation Is Critical To Student Achivement!
Often people talk about the need to motivate students nationwide. We agree that this is one of the most important components to education success. Equally important is to assure the one who educates the students are motivated. Educators nation and worldwide are challenged to remain motivated in and out of class on a day to day basis. Darrell “Coach D” Andrews has presented highly motivational yet strategic educator training programs and speeches events to thousands of schools.
Creating College Ready Students, School Climate And Culture, Developing A Mentoring Mindset. Book Study
Order this informative book today! Believing HYPE-Seven Keys To Motivating Students of Color provides real world insights into the way students of color think about school and ways to help them engage in academic excellence. Hispanic and African-American students have many of the same challenges in their academic experience and this book is a good study for schools looking to improve their ability to connect with these two populations.
What Others Have To Say About Us.
“Your involvement and contributions helped us to realize America’s New Education Promise. We received very positive feedback from Summer Institute Participants in that it renewed a sense of enthusiasm and encouragement. We are grateful to you for working with us to assure students have access to high quality and engaging programs. We look forward to working with you in the future”
“One of the greatest disadvantages of directing a convention…is that it doesn’t allow much time for me to participate. And for that I am always disappointed. For I do not always get to enjoy some of the “hits” of our meeting. And from all that I have been told—You were a HIT Coach D.”
“Thank you so much for the informative, uplifting workshop presented to Delaware educators at our annual training. The response was overwhelmingly positive and the teachers left feeling renewed and ready to tackle the school year with newly learned strategies and an “I can do this” attitude. One veteran teacher wrote: I felt so much more excited about starting the school year than I felt yesterday. Coach D helped me reconfirm my passion for educating my challenged youth.”