On-site training that’s customized to meet the unique needs of your staff.
Learn about how traumatic experiences affect learning and how to design instruction to serve our most vulnerable students.
Learn how to nurture a classroom of resilience. Explore ways to teach students about our capability to adapt and grow as individuals, and the skills they need to make it a practice.
Learn research-driven strategies that facilitate the use of systematic phonics and phonemic awareness to increase fluency and comprehension.
Learn how to use data to drive decisions about instruction. Explore a variety of data collection practices and identify which ones would provide the most valuable information for your students.
Learn what causes educator burnout and practical, simple strategies to overcome the stress we often feel as we manage the endless demands of teaching.
Explore how to guide students as they take ownership of their learning. Discover how to create a structured classroom environment that promotes creativity, innovation, and curiosity.
Learn how social emotional wellbeing contributes to academic success and how to teach that information to our students along with the skills they need to be good at school and at life.
Discover how to guide students as they take ownership of their learning through project-based learning. Learn how to structure genius hour in your classroom in a way that integrates standards and learning objectives.
Explore research showing how students gravitate toward learning new information and how to leverage those behaviors to design learning experiences in a 21st-century classroom.
Learn how this research-based strategy supports reading comprehension, fluency, and critical thinking. Find out how to leverage this strategy to improve student engagement and build confidence.
Explore a variety of classroom management strategies that create an environment where students feel safe and excited to learn.
Explore the data showing how this assessment model provides better information about student progress. Get practical strategies to incorporate standards-based grading in your school to improve student success.
Discover ways to model effective vocabulary strategies for students that they can apply in all content areas.
Find out how school culture and climate impact instruction and student learning. Get practical tips for supporting healthy workplaces and learning environments where students and teachers thrive.
Learn how this instruction method shakes up traditional teaching and increases student engagement. Discover how to use multimodel assignments to enhance student learning.
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Contact Kim about the topic that would best meet the specific needs of your staff.
You only have a handful of in-service days to provide training that will help your teachers grow and improve their instruction. You know that any training you provide needs to get the buy-in of your teachers in order for the material to have any effect on student learning. Plus, you have your own professional goals for your school that will require time and investment to get your staff on board.
When you bring Strobel Education to your campus, we provide training that’s designed to meet individual teachers’ needs and equips your entire faculty to meet your goals and objectives for your school community.
Each year our consultants provide hundreds of professional development, and we specialize in creating an environment that’s full of energy, real talk, and specific practical examples that teachers find refreshing and easy to implement.
We make it our mission to get your teachers excited about getting back in the classroom with the resources they need and getting you results that will make a difference in student success.
We provide a context for teachers to learn from our consultants and glean from the wealth of knowledge and skills that already exist among your staff.
Our discussions and activities are designed to guide teachers as they learn, exchange ideas, and share their own strategies that have achieved results.
Prioritize growth and improvement together so that students are the true benefactors of our joint efforts.
Here’s what our On-site Training can look like on your campus…
Schedule one of our highly interactive, customized training sessions for your next teacher in-service day.
Have one of our consultants provide in-person professional learning within your staff’s PLC schedule.
Let one of our consultants provide training during a faculty meeting either before or after school.
And here’s the best part…
We know it can be challenging to apply new methods and concepts after a full day of professional learning. That’s why we provide your staff with a digital resource bundle that includes everything they need to use the frameworks and strategies we teach.
As part of the training, our consultants demonstrate how to use these resources so that teachers will feel confident and equipped to use them in their classrooms while their learning is still top of mind.
Your teachers will walk away with tools and knowledge so their professional learning impacts not only their instruction but also student success.
Strobel Ed always delivers! They give great ideas and show practical examples that I can implement immediately. I left with a solid plan that included next steps.
You are honest, enthusiastic and your optimism is authentic, not phony.
Our consultants are in the trenches with teachers, drawing from current classroom experience, and using the strategies we teach and the resources we provide in our workshops and courses.
Kim Strobel is an internationally-known motivational speaker for educators, school leaders, and organizations and travels the globe sharing the impact of happiness on well-being and student achievement. As a former teacher and curriculum director, her goal is to inspire you by providing thought-provoking research, heartwarming stories, and simple action steps that get you life-changing results.
Dr. Robin Burr is a Strobel Education consultant and a nationally certified Math and Science Teacher. She also has extensive experience in teaching reading with a focus on informational reading. Her dynamic presentation skills and ability to support teachers make her a highly popular trainer. She is knowledgeable on a variety of topics and works to ensure her trainings are implementable and practical. She has spent fifteen years as a classroom teacher, five years as a curriculum coach, and five years as an academic specialist. She just finished her doctorate in curriculum design. She is also the mom of twins, and she and her husband are proud Army veterans.
Dr. Ennis is a Strobel Education consultant, a nationally board-certified teacher (ELA/YA), and a college English instructor. A public school teacher for eight years before leaving the classroom to coach high school ELA teachers at the district level, Kristie is an intuitive and engaging presenter. She’s well-versed on various topics—including data-driven decision-making, standards-based grading, genius hour, and growth mindset—and her ability to read a room helps her make magic during her teacher training.
Grab our guide to design a customized PD experience for your staff with a combination of our workshops, courses, keynotes, and coaching.
Most of our sessions have been designed as full-day trainings (approx. six hours). But we can customize any presentation to fit the time you have allocated.
At times, we can honor last-minute requests, but the earlier you book, the better chance you have of securing your date. Many schools book 6 – 12 months in advance, especially for multi-day training and initiatives.
After we’ve confirmed a date and time, we’ll send an email the week of the training with all the information and any accompanying materials. On the day of the training you will need to provide:
With written notice, your onsite professional development day may be rescheduled for a future date within the same school year up to 60 days before the designated date. However, the contract must be paid in full by the first original selected date.
Your Strobel Education consultant will email you two weeks prior to the training and include a PDF handout to be printed out for your participants’ use. If you prefer, an interactive digital version will also be made available. If this is the route taken, please make sure laptops or tablets are made available.
Generally, we create an invoice after the training day occurs. Then, payment is expected approximately 30 days via a check. Sometimes, schools ask us to send an invoice in advance, and we are happy to do so if that works best.
After securing your date, you’ll receive a contract that includes the date, time, topics, and goals of your training.
Approximately three weeks before your training, your assigned Strobel Education consultant will reach out to you to review the goals and outcomes for the day to ensure your needs are being met.
Yes, some schools find follow-up coaching very valuable to them. You can request virtual or more on-site coaching days to help keep everyone on track, achieve accountability, and provide the support needed to implement successfully.
Share your questions and staff needs below, and a Strobel Education consultant will reach out to you.