ED311, Sean Cain & Ruben Perez present
A New 1-day in-person SEL Training
So new it doesn’t have a name yet! But we wanted to put the word out as we continue to finalize the details.
Join school leaders Sean Cain, author of The Fundamental Five, and Ruben Perez, behavior specialist and motivational speaker for a one-day in-person training on practical SEL implementation. As existing teachers reach higher levels of burnout than ever before and new teachers are being hired to fill the shortages, this training is more important than ever for students and staff. Start next year off right, by giving your admin and teachers practical solutions to improve learning outcomes and behavior by focusing on SEL.
The Tentative Dates & Locations:
Trainings will be on a Saturday between August 20th and October 1st
1 training each in El Paso, Houston, and the DFW area
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Sean Cain spent the formative years of his career working in difficult instructional settings. Recognized for the success of both his students and the systems he designed and implemented, he quickly moved up through the instructional leadership ranks. This culminated in his last public education position as State Director of Innovative School Redesign (Texas).
Currently, Cain serves as the Chief Idea Officer for Lead Your School (LYS), a confederation of successful school leaders dedicated to improving student, campus, and district performance. A passionate speaker, Cain is a sought-after national presenter and trains educators in schools and districts across the county.
Rubén G. Perez has been in education since 1988. His firsthand experience with students considered at-risk comes from various positions. In K–8 he taught general education, English language learners, and preforming arts. As a district administrator for K–12, he focused on closing the achievement gap, teacher retention, economic and cultural diversity, and districtwide dropout interventions. He specialized in working with students who felt disenfranchised with school and the community around them.
Perez’s motivational talks for students are centered on how to stay out of trouble, the benefits of self-reflection, cultural diversity, why keeping relationships with parents and staff strong is necessary, and the value they themselves add to this world.