Brian Pete provided our district with engaging, thought-provoking and timely professional development during the 16-17 school year. Teachers left meetings...

Brian Pete provided our district with engaging, thought-provoking and timely professional development during the 16-17 school year. Teachers left meetings with multiple strategies and the modeling practice to implement those strategies the next day with students. Brian's enthusiasm for learning and sense of humor kept the discussions lively while teachers developed integrated practices to raise student levels of critical thinking and the abilities to express those thoughts. Our feedback from staff was very positive and evidenced through observations of classroom practices

Sincerely,
Cindy Neanen
Director of Education
Eaton Community Schools
BE THE DEGREE 2120

Just wanted to share two things with you from today. My first class went fine, but afterward I realized that...

Just wanted to share two things with you from today. My first class went fine, but afterward I realized that I'd unwittingly left out many of the engagement and skill-building strategies that we've been discussing. I defaulted to something less engaging because I was trying to figure out how to best manage all of the beginning-of-year elements that need to be covered in four half-hour classes this week. I turned to my notes from Brian Pete's session, and I was able to tweak what I had planned for my next class to include more activities designed with student engagement and building 21st century skills in mind. I'll keep putting them into play for the rest of the week


Peter Dry
Dean of Innovation and Academics

I’ve been looking forward to teaching Sunday School since ...

I’ve been looking forward to teaching Sunday School since last Wednesday when we hosted Brian Pete as a trainer. So many tips, tricks and tactics! So many strategies! Today I was subbing and had a very full SS class; nine “lively” 9th graders. We read through a story from the lesson (Legion, the multiple personality fellow) with each student reading one verse aloud, and me clarifying terms and keeping the pro-nouns in order. And then it got fun: “Everyone stand up,” I said, “move around and find a partner from the other end of the table” “Tell your partner they are the best looking person in the room” “With your partner identify the three key events in the story” etc, etc. Well, you get the idea. They were moving, talking, identifying, listing, voting, writing, switching partners a couple of times, etc. It was FUN! I don’t even wonder if they had fun, I KNOW they did. They learned, and they will remember, because THEY said it, they talked it through, they sifted out the info, and they identified the HEALING aspects of the story! Maybe the best part though is that they will look back at that class as fun and productive with lots of energy. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for bringing Brian to campus. What a great use of time and treasure! Top notch instruction with REAL, useable results. Awesome.


Thanks, Jon.

You transformed my classroom! Brian!

Many thanks to you and your partners for a wonderful perception shift I had after attending your seminar. I had the pleasure of seeing both of your presentations in Lake Placid. I have been teaching for 15 years and thought I was doing a great job. I went back and made a few changes and I am blown away by the results. I have been underestimating my students and buying into the mindset that they can't achieve higher level thinking because they are learning disabled/ speech language impaired. Shame on me. Thank you. You have made a profound difference in my teaching style and the education of my students. Your wife may be the world's best teacher now but my goal is to take the title away from her by the time I retire.

Cheers!
Jodie Seymour
Middle School Special Education Teacher
Johnsburg Central School, North Creek, NY

Robin Fogarty and Brian Pete were incredible! The many ideas that I can use in my presentations...

Robin Fogarty and Brian Pete were incredible! The many ideas that I can use in my presentations Everything from Robin and Brian – They were fabulous! I can’t wait to find time to read the book! (and thanks for the book…) The many ideas that I will be able to use in my classroom/workshops The presentation by Robin and Brian: So much excitement and ideas All of the terrific ides that I can take back and use with my workshops/trainings Were the variety of transfer processing strategies that were modeled. I have a ton of new ideas to process an reformulate Robin and Brian! Practical, integrated, results oriented and enjoyable. Added value to staff development Too much to list – Graphic org. foldables, Visual dialog, Passing the buck Professional Development Standards, dissecting presentations to show how they meet the standards and good practices It was all our pleasure to host you! I would love for this to be a continuous relationship so we can cycle through all the great workshops you present. You are certainly a treasure and I will be in touch!


Tommie L. Campbell
Principal
Lakewood Middle School

Hello, Brian, Just wanted you to know that the positive feedback is still buzzing here!

Just wanted you to know that the positive feedback is still buzzing here! I can't wait to get into classrooms and staff rooms to see coaching in action! I'm going to try something new at my next department meeting, too! I'm thinking of purchasing the Leadership book you left with me for all our administrators and the Thinking skills one for all the teachers and administrators that attended.


Suzy Quiles
Supervisor of Language Arts and ESL
Manalapan-Englishtown Regional Schools

Dear Brian, Your work is spreading like wild fire in our school.

Your work is spreading like wild fire in our school. Projects are starting, learning strategies are being used and strategies are being shared. I'm doing a major PD and all those that attended Brian's workshop are sharing out. I have never seen anything overtake our school and spread quite like this. Its the most positive thing I've seen here in a long time. Thank you for all that you do. It makes a difference.


Patti Jarabek
STLE 3 Teacher Leader
Fort Plain Central School NY

Dear Robin and Brian, I am so sorry that I have taken so long to write this...

Dear Robin and Brian,
I am so sorry that I have taken so long to write this thank you note. Over 300 of the 500 people took the Wildly Exciting Education conference for either credit or CEUs, and I just finished reading and scoring all of them. Whew - finally back in touch with the world!!
Thank you so much for making our conference a huge success! The conference participants appreciated your presentation so much. Here are just a few of the comments I found when reading the papers (all of the papers were so positive about your presentation):
“This presentation was worth its weight in gold. The presenters were both engaging and knowledgeable on the subject matter. I felt that they both did a wonderful job of presenting in a fashion that could be replicated in classroom setting. They were both very good at bring attention to the task at hand which started the presentation extremely well.” (District Administrator)
“Today’s conference was just outstanding! I loved listening to Robin and Brian talk about Informative Assessments. The humor, interactions, and learning games kept us engaged the entire day. Time just flew by today!!” (HS teacher)
“Oh my goodness! I haven’t laughed that hard or that much during a presentation ever! What a wildly entertaining day it was, not to mention a hugely resourceful day as well. I don’t even know where to begin, but I guess I’ll go from the start. Brian and Robin kept me one-hundred percent engaged.” (Elementary teacher)
“The magic of Robin and Brian was terrific! They work so well together and their presentation was enthusiastic and engaging! One of my favorite things that Brian talked about was the “assessment OF learning” being analogous to the television show “CSI” or an autopsy. I think he was right. If we aren’t going to assess and monitor and use the results for some positive action, then it’s like working on a dead; “…it’s over…there’s nothing left to do.” What’s the point if there isn’t anything we can do to fix it? In “assessment OF learning”, it’s a done deal, whereas, in the “assessment FOR learning,” it’s more like the television show “House.” They do many diagnostic tests to figure out what’s wrong with the patient and try to make a difference. That is a more appropriate model for teaching, if we keep in mind that we want to have successful learners leave our classrooms. The idea of “just because I taught it, doesn’t mean they caught it” really makes sense! Robin and Brian did a superb job of giving ideas for strategies to use in the classroom to help kids “catch it,” all of which were put together in our foldable books.” (Middle Level teacher)
“This was probably my favorite presentation of the week. Not only were Brian and Robin very dynamic speakers, I liked their format, how they had us practice almost all of the strategies they were suggesting. They made a great point when they said teachers are more likely to use a strategy in their classroom if they are comfortable with it. By having us use the strategies we became more comfortable with them than if they had just explained them alone. I feel like since taking the EDG 637 class on assessments, I have been making a real effort to use more formative assessments. However, after this presentation, I realized that I am mainly using the rigorous type of formative assessments – having students practice test-like questions and then analyzing their answers to look for misconceptions and skills that need re-teaching. I am very excited to have a list of routine and reflective activities to add to my arsenal. I will use many of the activities and ideas they suggested next year in my classroom.” (Special Education teacher)
“First and foremost I have to say, I can’t wait to share each and every strategy I experienced during this presentation with the teachers I work with. The day literally flew building a case for a high energy organized pace that allows students to collaborate in a safe risk free environment where standards for achievement and accountability are clearly stated. The strategies proved over and over again that you can actually “teach less and learn more”. It also became apparent to me that these approaches to informational assessment contribute to a building a strong community of learners who are reflective while “thinking about thinking” (metacognition). On many occasions I found that just when I thought the experience would be “over” another layer was added thus scaffolding skills. I overheard a colleague say, “When you think you are done with student’s thinking, go one step further”.
The planning required to assess in this manner is certainly imperative. I will set aside PLC sessions to discuss and further examine through active practice these strategies. I will also design opportunities for teachers to converse about student work/products together for the purpose of designing instructional next-step lessons, re-teaching, needed interventions and or accelerated lessons.” (Building Principal) I hope you have a wonderful school year as you provide additional profession development experiences to help more teachers and administrators improve teaching and learning. Thank you SO MUCH!!


Best to you,
Jacque Melin
College of Education
718J Eberhard Center
301 W. Fulton
Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Very impressive and your skill was recognized by the teachers.

Good Evening Robin and Brian: I just wanted to say thank you for a great presentation today. I received 79 completed evaluations and the rating were excellent and the comments exceptional. Thanks so much for modeling the entire training. Very impressive and your skill was recognized by the teachers. They learned so much. As soon as Nicole, my administrative assistant, compiles the evaluations, I will send you a copy. Again thanks so much. I know I will be calling on you all again.
Dr. Diane Ray
Director, Teacher Leader Development
Professional Association of Georgia Educators

Wildly Exciting Conference at Grand Valley State University Eberhard Center.

Robin and Brian, I recently attended your one day talk on Informative Assessment at the WIldly Exciting Conference at Grand Valley State University Eberhard Center. I, and my colleagues who also attended, found your day with us as one of the most worthwhile professional development sessions we've ever had. There were some experienced teachers at that table who have gone through a lot of PD in their days. I wanted to write this message to let you know how much I appreciate your hard work, and your innovative and entertaining methods of relating information. Thank you for the refreshing way you relate to teachers. You two actually "get it". Teachers desire great ideas that work--show us how to do it and we'll do it. Inspired by your talk, on which I took copious notes, I have started a blog called Intergrade: Instant Teaching Ideas. Your ideas and activities are serving as the first series of blog posts because they are quickly and easily woven into the classroom. Brilliantly done! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Warmest regards and best wishes for your future presentations,
Jason Kornoely
Fourth Grade Teacher
Pine Ridge Elementary
Forest Hills Public Schools
Grand Rapids, MI

I have never seen anything overtake our school and spread quite like this.

The hands-on strategies that provided everyone with activities to use tomorrow.The examples of teaching critical thinking.The initial food analogy was probably the best I’ve heard to differentiate between standards, curriculum and instruction. I will be able to refer back to these analogies as I prepare something for my students to “eat”.I was completely engaged and never bored. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Thanks for coaching us through the acitivites.
Brian Keep doing what you do! Never Have I had a presenter commend public school educators and show data that supports such commendations in such a genuine way. You are made for this! Your work is spreading like wild fire in our school. Projects are starting, learning strategies are being used and strategies are being shared. I'm doing a major PD and all those that attended Brian's workshop are sharing out. I have never seen anything overtake our school and spread quite like this. Its the most positive thing I've seen here in a long time. Thank you for all that you do. It makes a difference.
Patti Jarabek
STLE 3 Teacher Leader
Fort Plain Central School NY

•Brian Pete has been a very dynamic PBL presenter for Metuchen School District the last two summers.

He has engaged and inspired my staff in ways that very few other presenters have been able to. Brian first facilitated a group of 16 teacher leaders in a PBL in a Nutshell workshop in 2015. The teachers involved all developed and implemented a PBL Unit with great success as a result of his training. Based upon my staff's enthusiastic response to Brian's workshop, we invited him back the next summer for a two day workshop on Everyday PBL and the number of teacher participants doubled. I believe the increase in participants and the high number of returning staff members gives evidence that his workshop was very well received and appreciated and that the first cohort spoke very highly of him to his peers. At the end of his last workshop this summer, staff told me they really enjoyed how practical his Everyday PBL strategies were, how engaging and funny he was and how excited they were to translate his teachings into high quality PBL lessons for their students. I would describe him as an effective communicator of best practices in PBL and a highly engaging presenter who leaves his participants with a great deal of enthusiasm to implement their learning. We all look forward to his presentations immensely and take a great deal away from every session with him.
Rick Cohen
Metuchen Public Schools, NJ
Rick Cohen, Director of Instruction

Wow and Wow again...First and foremost, Robin and Brian, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!

You really provided a new set of eyes for our Instructional Leaders on yesterday. Your professional learning engagement is literally the TALK OF THE TOWN TODAY! Folks have actually thanked me for PD, which in my world, does not happen all that often!!! Even have Administrators asking for professional books/resources for their toolboxes!!!
•Here is how you know that you hit a home run...we held a mini-conference today and the presenters left your session on yesterday and went back and reworked their presentations for today. They used the elevator speech, Serve and Volley, Quotes, Gather, Process, Apply, Three Musketeers, ABC Graffiti, lots of Turn and Talk, movement, Strategy vs Activity, etc.
•Talk about "use the next day strategies!" Saw it in action for myself today! To our local experts, Y'ALL, DID THAT on today! An awesome two days of professional learning on behalf of the students we serve! Much-obliged to each and every one of you!
Marcella Heyward-Evans, Ed.D.
Chief Instructional Officer

They were fabulous! I can’t wait to find time to read the book!

Robin Fogarty and Brian Pete were incredible The many ideas that I can use in my presentations Everything from Robin and Brian – They were fabulous! I can’t wait to find time to read the book! (and thanks for the book…) The many ideas that I will be able to use in my classroom/workshops The presentation by Robin and Brian: So much excitement and ideas All of the terrific ides that I can take back and use with my workshops/trainings Were the variety of transfer processing strategies that were modeled. I have a ton of new ideas to process an reformulate Robin and Brian! Practical, integrated, results oriented and enjoyable. Added value to staff development Too much to list – Graphic org. foldables, Visual dialog, Passing the buck Professional Development Standards, dissecting presentations to show how they meet the standards and good practices It was all our pleasure to host you! I would love for this to be a continuous relationship so we can cycle through all the great workshops you present. You are certainly a treasure and I will be in touch!
Tommie L. Campbell
Principal
Lakewood Middle School

our teachers have indicated the highest level of transfer ever recorded!

In our most recent staff development survey, our teachers have indicated the highest level of transfer ever recorded! Nearly 89% responded that they have integrated 5 or more strategies per SD day this year! (We have a 100% response rate, btw…). Unreal!
“It’s All about Thinking was the catalyst that has lead to district-wide professional development reform. Collaboratively using From Staffroom to Classroom as our guide, we continue to provide teachers with meaningful and transferrable instructional best practices. We are seeing the transfer in observations and walk-throughs daily!” Thanks for your inspiration!
Tony Brazouski, Ph.D.
Executive Director of Academic Achievement
Whitnall School District

Over 300 of the 500 people took the Wildly Exciting Education conference...

Dear Robin and Brian, I am so sorry that I have taken so long to write this thank you note. Over 300 of the 500 people took the Wildly Exciting Education conference for either credit or CEUs, and I just finished reading and scoring all of them. Whew - finally back in touch with the world!!

Your ideas have landed me a new job!

I truly want to thank you for the work you are doing. I don't know if you remember me...I've been to 3 of your conferences (2 in Lake Placid and 1 in Tupper Lake) and I've boughten 2 of your books. You and your ideas are my role model and these ideas have landed me a new job. Anyway, this new job is to be a Literacy Coach for Special Ed. and General Ed. teachers. I had to do a 10-minute lesson. So, I whipped out your book, From Staff Room to Classroom II and went to the section on teaching PLC's. I've attached what I presented as I am very proud of it and I wanted to show you that I took your taco metaphor and "made it my own" to have it also apply to special ed. students. Combined with my wealth of experience, this certainly got me the job and I thank you. I just want you to know that, if nothing else, you have made a HUGE difference with me and I will be frequently using your activities in the very near future.
Amy Gerhartz

Some principals even invited Robin and Brian to do additional work with teachers at their schools

Robin Fogarty & Brian Pete worked with the Office of Principal Preparation and Development to design four days of high interest / high energy professional development for principals. The workshop series was a great success primarily because Robin and Brian modeled best practices throughout the presentation of their material. The principals loved the opportunity to be actively engaged with content and quickly recognized strategies that they could easily transfer into their work with teachers at their school sites. Some principals even invited Robin and Brian to do additional work with teachers at their schools following our introductory training. They have made famous "the tiny transfer book" and other clever strategies. Robin and Brian are in high demand to present at national conferences and are frequent travelers to exotic world-wide destinations, but their home office is in Chicago and they are very much committed to serving a local Chicago audience.
Linda Shay
Office of Principal Preparation and Development
"Leading to Great Principals"
Chicago Public Schools

knows how to relate to an audience on every level...

Brian presents leadership topics (Staff Room to Classroom, Preparing for the Test of Life, Who’s Doing the Talking?) and to k12 teachers (Differentiation, PBL in a Nutshell, Three-Minute, Three-Tier Lesson Designs, Twenty-first Century Skills, How to Teach Thinking, and The Right to Be Literate)If you want a matter-of-fact, research-oriented individual who presents evidence-based information, is innovative, technology-driven, and knows how to relate to an audience on every level, then Brian Pete is the gentleman who will “wow” your administrators and teachers. The RFA professional development experience stands out, as a meaningful, relevant, practical, and “no holds barred” approach. Brian Pete is passionate about his work, and always delivers an outstanding and memorable experience for teachers and leaders.
Patricia McFall

The magic of Robin and Brian was terrific! They work so well together...

The magic of Robin and Brian was terrific! They work so well together and their presentation was enthusiastic and engaging! The idea of “just because I taught it, doesn’t mean they caught it” really makes sense! Robin and Brian did a superb job of giving ideas for strategies to use in the classroom to help kids “catch it,” all of which were put together in our foldable books. (Middle Level Teacher, Grand Rapids, MI) This was probably my favorite presentation of the week. Not only were Brian and Robin very dynamic speakers, I liked their format, how they had us practice almost all of the strategies they were suggesting. I will use many of the activities and ideas they suggested next year in my classroom.
Special Education Teacher

I can’t wait to share each and every strategy...

First and foremost I have to say, I can’t wait to share each and every strategy I experienced during this presentation with the teachers I work with. The day literally flew building a case for a high energy organized pace that allows students to collaborate in a safe risk free environment where standards for achievement and accountability are clearly stated. The strategies proved over and over again that you can actually “teach less and learn more”. It also became apparent to me that these approaches to informational assessment contribute to a building a strong community of learners who are reflective while “thinking about thinking” (metacognition). On many occasions I found that just when I thought the experience would be “over” another layer was added thus scaffolding skills. I overheard a colleague say, “When you think you are done with student’s thinking, go one step further”. The planning required to assess in this manner is certainly imperative. I will set aside PLC sessions to discuss and further examine through active practice these strategies. I will also design opportunities for teachers to converse about student work/products together for the purpose of designing instructional next-step lessons, re-teaching, needed interventions and or accelerated lessons.” (Building Principal) I hope you have a wonderful school year as you provide additional profession development experiences to help more teachers and administrators improve teaching and learning. Thank you SO MUCH!!
Best to you,
Jacque Melin
College of Education
Grand Rapids, MI 49504

I received 79 completed evaluations and the rating were excellent and the comments exceptional.

Good Evening Robin and Brian: I just wanted to say thank you for a great presentation today. I received 79 completed evaluations and the rating were excellent and the comments exceptional. Thanks so much for modeling the entire training. Very impressive and your skill was recognized by the teachers. They learned so much. As soon as Nicole, my administrative assistant, compiles the evaluations, I will send you a copy. Again thanks so much. I know I will be calling on you all again.
Dr. Diane Ray
Director, Teacher Leader Development
Professional Association of Georgia Educators

your day with us as one of the most worthwhile professional development sessions we've ever had.

Robin and Brian, I recently attended your one day talk on Informative Assessment at the WIldly Exciting Conference at Grand Valley State University Eberhard Center. I, and my colleagues who also attended, found your day with us as one of the most worthwhile professional development sessions we've ever had. There were some experienced teachers at that table who have gone through a lot of PD in their days. I wanted to write this message to let you know how much I appreciate your hard work, and your innovative and entertaining methods of relating information. Thank you for the refreshing way you relate to teachers. You two actually "get it". Teachers desire great ideas that work--show us how to do it and we'll do it. Inspired by your talk, on which I took copious notes, I have started a blog called Intergrade: Instant Teaching Ideas. Your ideas and activities are serving as the first series of blog posts because they are quickly and easily woven into the classroom. Brilliantly done! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Jason Kornoely
Fourth Grade Teacher
Pine Ridge Elementary
Forest Hills Public Schools
Grand Rapids, MI

Brian delivered all that and much more! His presentation was dynamic, informative, and interactive.

Brian Pete’s presentation “PARCC: Prepping for the Test of Life” lived up to the description provided on the website! We specifically requested that Brian tailor his presentation so our teacher participants would feel confident sharing new learning with their colleagues when they returned to their elementary and middle school buildings. Brian delivered all that and much more! His presentation was dynamic, informative, and interactive. He encouraged us to think, reflect, and even laugh! He skillfully embedded content as he modeled teaching and learning strategies with immediate application in both the classroom and the staff room. We intend to invite him to return!
All the best!
Suzy Quiles
Supervisor of Language Arts and ESL
Manalapan-Englishtown Regional Schools, NJ

Brian was very much appreciated as a presenter and that the workshop was the best that some teachers had ever attended.

Brian delivered exactly what was contracted. He presented at least 5 practices that teachers could implement in their classrooms the next day. Workshop evaluations indicated that Brian was very much appreciated as a presenter and that the workshop was the best that some teachers had ever attended. Some stated that they could not wait for school to begin this year. One state that she was sorry that it was summer vacation.Two attending administrators plan to use observations of DI in the teacher evaluations this year along with including DI as a part of the District Improvement Plan. Brian was extremely professional as a DI presenter. He modeled all activities presented and made sure that the level of presentation was appropriate for the audience. Brian is an excellent resource for staff development.He is coming back to our area again this fall for 2 more workshops to expand on the dynamics of DI.
Sincerely,
Larry Zobrist

I’m excited about starting another workshop tonight and seeing what develops with this group of teachers.

Thanks for a wonderful workshop in Philadelphia at NSDC and a copy of The Adult Learner. I am learning to use its contents as I continue with my current workshops and plan for the future. I implemented the Take-Away Window for the teaching/strategies modeled during a 6-hour workshop in December. This turned out to be an eye-opener for the teachers and myself. One of the first activities was for teachers and their partners to review lessons that they would be teaching to their students. Then, the teachers shared the strategies that they would use to teach the lessons. I was surprised that 100% of the teachers described a whole-group, teacher directed activity. By the end of the workshop, after I had modeled several other strategies and noted them on the Take-Away Window, all but one of the teachers shared a lesson that was more respectful of students’ different abilities and learning styles. I’m excited about starting another workshop tonight and seeing what develops with this group of teachers.
Karon Massado
Red Clay Consolidated School District
Science Specialist
Wilmington, DE

You will not be able to wait to get back to your school

Brian and Robin, Thank you so much for the rewarding 4 days of professional development. I brought my team of 6 coach/staff developers in hopes of learning several strategies to improve their presentation skills. Instead, we discovered so much more! We walked away with a structure and tools for effective planning of staff development; we now talk a common language about the adult learner and how teachers can transfer workshop training into the classroom; and we polished our presentations skills so we have adults in our workshops "doing most of the talking and learning". “Good program. Met my expectations.” “It was great! It helped with how to narrow down information into an activity (you are/you will). Good start on rubrics.” “The Cooperative Learning course made this real for me for the first time.”
Penny Hobkirk Principal

we are on a roll with new teachers and new NBCT candidates

We are so energized by our recent training (Close the Achievement Gap) that we are on a roll with new teachers and new NBCT candidates. Will share how we put this together in the end. Your book alone got me an offer of more funds for mentoring from the State Board!!!!!!!
Mary Ellen Kotz
Delaware Department of Education
Director of Mentoring Program

re-inspired, validated, and re-directed our existing professional development team of mentor teachers

Robin and Brian’s workshop re-inspired, validated, and re-directed our existing professional development team of mentor teachers to focus more clearly on designing professional development opportunities that foster immediate transfer for participants. Robin and Brian clarified the four roles of the staff developer, highlighted the critical components for the adult learner, and provided our team with specific, research-based strategies we can use on-site with our teachers to improve instruction and impact student achievement in our district. Our four-day workshop “From Staff Room to Classroom: The Adult Learner and Change Theory” was fast-paced, completely interactive, challenging, and fun for our whole team – from assistant superintendent to brand new campus mentor teacher. Both Robin and Brian are masterful presenters who took time to get to know each of us and our roles and responsibilities within our team, and they took time to tailor our learning and insure our own “immediate transfer” of learning to these roles.
Fabulous learning experience for all!
Rick Bartkowski
Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Ceres CA

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