Fewer Student Hours May Result in Higher Educational Value

Dr. Toby A. Travis, Executive Consultant with the Global School Consulting Group, writes, "One of the foundational pursuits of many schools is that of providing high-quality education. Whether it is in business, life, or relationships – high quality comes with a cost; and the greatest cost is that of time. Anything of value takes time – but it’s not just about … Continue reading Fewer Student Hours May Result in Higher Educational Value

Wayne & Carol Lynch Donate Expertise to TEARS School

Wayne Lynch, and his wife, Carol, recently donated their time and expertise to provide training for the TEARS School in Maria Auxiliadora barrio in, La Vega, Dominican Republic. Wayne has known the founder, Rod Davis, for over ten years as Mr. Davis' children graduated from Santiago Christian School, where Wayne previously served on staff. Rod … Continue reading Wayne & Carol Lynch Donate Expertise to TEARS School

Dr. Amador Leads “Passion for Excellence” Training

Schools of Excellence (SoE), a private K-12 school system in Costa Rica, completed two weeks of training for its 200 teachers under the leadership of Dr. Sofía Amador and SoE Professional Development Committee. Under the 2020 slogan Passion for Excellence, SoE teachers attended a series of general and breakout sessions that included a variety of topics: … Continue reading Dr. Amador Leads “Passion for Excellence” Training

Dr. Travis Conducts Onsite School Health Assessment and Teacher Training for CCS

Dr. Toby A. Travis, Executive Consultant with the Global School Consultant Group recently concluded a 3-day onsite school health assessment for the Christian Community School in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The visit included meeting with focus groups consisting of parents, students, faculty and staff. With the school administration, Dr. Travis provided the results from the most recently completed TrustED® School Leader … Continue reading Dr. Travis Conducts Onsite School Health Assessment and Teacher Training for CCS

Back to School: Teacher Training- School Security and Safety

There are several layers to school security and the very first are the teachers. Teachers see and know their students more than anyone else. They observe students on a daily basis. With training, teachers can learn to identify the red flags of a struggling student. A few of the most common red flags are the following: Spiraling … Continue reading Back to School: Teacher Training- School Security and Safety