Workshops For - Teachers

Positive Discipline
• What is discipline?
• Kind of behaviors
• Understanding the motivation for misbehavior and how to encourage change
• Your teaching style
• What is positive discipline?
• How to ensure positive discipline in classroom

Effective Teaching and Classroom Management
• Role of Teacher
• Your personality profile
• What is effectiveness in teaching
• Your teaching style
• How to be an effective teacher
• What students want?
• Kind of behaviors in class
• Relationships in class
• Communication in class
• Teaching style inventory
• Positive Classroom climate

Positive Classrooms
• Need of students & teacher's role
• Positivity in class
• Teaching style inventory
• What makes a class - a positive place of learning
• Class layout for positive environment
• Creating Positive energy in class

Understanding & Managing Teens
This workshop helps teachers to understand expectations of teenagers and how to manage them effectively so that they succeed in their career and are happy. These are the most critical times, and often teenagers keep a distance with teachers and try to avoid them. This workshop helps create positive energy in the class-room.

Appreciative Inquiry for Schools
Appreciative Inquiry is a powerful tool to bring positivity in the environment.
Ap-preci-ate, v., 1. Valuing; the act of recognizing the best in people or the world around us; affirming past and present strengths, successes, and potentials; to perceive those things that give life to living systems. 2. To increase in value
In-quire , v., 1. The act of exploration and discovery. 2. To ask questions; to be open to seeing new potentials and possibilities.

Appreciative Inquiry (AI) operates from the following assumptions:
• In every organization, group, or individual something works and can be valued
• What we focus on becomes the reality we create
• The language we use creates our reality
• The act of asking a question begins the change
• People have more confidence to journey to the future when they carry forward the best parts of the past

Schools, like all other organizations, can survive and thrive if they become change capable organizations. Schools are now facing more difficult social challenges, a need to compete on achievement, and accelerating introduction of new technologies. This environment of unprecedented change can prove to be an opportunity if schools are able to respond effectively. Changing effectively means pursuing the right changes and accomplishing these changes rapidly. In order to change effectively, schools must develop an organizational capability of constant inquiry and aligned action of the whole system.