The Center for Improving School Culture offers an assortment of professional development experiences for individual schools and school districts.
#1 Kick-off: Those Who Can.....Teach
Begin the school year with this dynamic and powerful presentation aimed at strengthening teacher spirit, enthusiasm, and motivation.
#2 School Culture Triage Survey Administration and Analysis
One research study after another supports the importance of a healthy school culture in improving student achievement and staff job satisfaction. (Conducted in over 9400 schools)
#3 School Culture Assessment/Profile (3-4 Days)
In-depth analysis of a school's culture. Includes data collection, analysis, and presentation of recommendations for improvement.
#4 Team-building for Educators
The best team-building activities for a school staff. Ten take-home activities PRINCIPALS may lead for their school's staff.
#5 A School Leader's Guide for Assessing and Improving School Culture
For School Leaders Only: Developing leadership capacity for assessing and improving the culture of a school, school district, central office or school board.
#6 School Leader Culture Assessment
This professional development experience is for district leadership teams, district principal teams, central office staff, or school board members.
#7 School Culture Assessment Facilitator Training (4-Days)
More schools are contracting for school culture assessments. The purpose of this workshop is to equip school leaders (central office, principals, lead teachers) with the knowledge and skills to conduct School Culture Assessments with fidelity to the process.
#8 School Leaders' Help for Teachers: Moving From Ruts to Grooves
For Principals: Develop additional skills for improving instruction and professional attitudes among the most cynical and burned-out staff.
#9 Conflict Resolution for School Administrators: Healthy Interactions
For School Leaders Only: Negotiating conflict resolution while maintaining rules of civility.
#10 Teams of Practice for Instructional Improvement
Teacher Centered Teams of Practice form collegial groups who can speak plainly about student learning, analyze student learning, and create alternatives and/or eliminate obstructions to learning.
For more information, contact Dr. Chris Wagner at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at
270 791 3088
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