Feed Their Needs offers a school program called "CULTURE SHIFT".
In this program, individual schools or school districts are provided with monthly classroom and behavior management strategies and implementation methods via workshops, consultations, and coaching services that address and reduce student misbehaviors and cultivate a positive, respectful, and responsible learning culture in the classroom and school environment.
As a result of participating in these services, teachers and school staff will be able to implement methods and strategies learned that develop strong and strategic management skills, cultivate a positive and emotionally safe classroom environment, and prevent the disruption of instruction and learning for students.
COMPONENTS OF THE CULTURE SHIFT PROGRAM
Professional Development Workshops are based on a combination of the needs of the school and the workshops Feed Their Needs provides. These workshops can be directly customized to meet the current needs of the school. Each workshop is interactive and includes a visual presentation and handouts or a workbook.
Q & A Sessions are participant-guided. Questions concerning classroom and/or behavior management can be submitted prior to the session or during the session in real time. Participants will leave the sessions with strategies and tips they can use in the classroom or school setting.
Consultation Sessions are provided for small groups such as support staff, same grade level teachers, and induction teachers. These sessions can be participant or project guided. Participants will leave the sessions with strategies, systems, and/or action steps to implement.
Coaching Sessions are one-one- strategic conversations where the Behavior Strategist provides support and guidance on specific classroom and/or behavior management questions and concerns. Participants will leave the session with
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Programs are customized to fit the needs of the school or district as both parties agree.
Investment costs are affected by the start date of the program, the number of staff serviced, frequency of service, and the individual needs of the school which may affect the content of their unique program package.
The school or district can schedule a Program Meeting to gather further details and ask specific questions about the programs.