BlogsPosted: July 19, 2019, 12:00am by Kathleen Nelson-Simley
Creating a Ripple Effect of Hope With Your Students
I've been thinking about those students we talked about in last week's blog. Those students who are stuck and have no hope. And, are likely students you are working with right now.
But, the good news is that hope is something you can cultivate with all of your students – even those who are at risk for losing it or have already lost it.
As I promised, this week's blog offers you 10 specific research-based strategies you can use to build hope with your students. The goal of these strategies is to create at least one positive hope-filled experience with each of your students. Why? Because one positive experience is more likely to lead to more positive experiences - creating a ripple effect of hope.
Take a moment from your busy schedule to learn how you can create a ripple of effect of hope with your students. Remember, a ripple starts with just one person. And, that person can be you!