Energetic and Experiential

Jill Brown provides an energetic and experiential training that captures the essence of the Generation Text On-Line curricula. Educators are sure to walk away with valuable insight and understanding of this increasingly relevant 15 week program. In a rapidly changing, pluralistic society, the needs of the 21st century learner are constantly evolving and Generation Text sets out to meet that need. After one training, it was evident that this program will help educators go beyond the typical didactic classroom lessons and give students practical and interactive experiences that will develop critical social/emotional skills.  Ultimately, the skills that should have a direct impact on decision making, anti-bullying efforts, and positively effecting overall school climate. 

Lisa White
School Counselor
Elizabeth, New Jersey K – 12 School District 

Whether you are a school administrator, teacher, parent, mentor or corporation, we can design a program to suit your needs. Let’s make the connection!

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I Find Myself Truly Engaged

After taking this course, I find myself truly engaged in the two lessons describing the eight essential questions and “Mean V. Nice.”

Video: Small Groups in an Urban High School

Managing Emotions to decrease suspensions

Tools for constructive conversations – A Parent

We now have the tools to have these conversations with our nuclear family, extended family, our community and in our workplace.

Thank you!!

Thank you, Jill. We appreciate the progress that has been made with our School 2 students.

A First-Year Teacher’s Obstacles

As a first year teacher there are many obstacles that you do not realize you will face when it comes time to leading your own classroom.

I found the Adverse Childhood Experience Study most interesting

The information from Dr. Nadine Burke on Adverse Childhood Experience Study was most interesting and valuable for that matter. Understanding the science behind the development or lack thereof, for some students helped to build tolerance and empathy as a pedagogue, which can be easily forgotten as the year progresses and frustration begins to fester with “uncooperative” students.