Struggling Students: Causes and Cures with Bobb Darnell

September 27, 2016 - Bobb Darnell - "Struggling Learners - Causes and Cures!"

Do students in your classroom have a wide range of knowledge and skills?Screen Shot 2016-09-24 at 10.20.17 AM.pngAre you wondering how to meet the needs of struggling learners? Are you asking yourself, "What do I do now?" Then Bobb Darnell and his achievement strategies are for you and your students.

Handout for the September 27 Workshop!  Be sure to print a copy of you want a paper copy as Iowa ASCD "goes green."
 
 
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Dr. Bobb Darnell is President of Achievement Strategies, Inc. and is an advocate for high student achievement and daily professional growth. He served as Director of Staff Support for more than 1700 staff members in a Northwest Illinois school district and taught for more than 20 years. Bobb has served on the Board of Trustees for the National and Illinois Staff Development Councils, Illinois International Branch of the Dyslexia Association, and has been a member of numerous national and state task forces and committees. He is the author of ASCD's 2002 action tool kit--A Guide for Instructional Leaders and has also written four staff development guides for Wavelength's award winning educational comedy videos. Bobb's work on the 21st Century Instructional Leader is featured in ASCD's 2010 PD Quick Kits.

Dr. Darnell is an internationally known speaker who has delivered keynote presentations and conducted workshops for educators at all grade levels and for corporations. Bobb's high-energy workshops are filled with "edutainment" and practical ideas that have resulted from blending research and tested practice. Teachers and administrators can easily sense his enthusiasm for continuous improvement, job satisfaction, lifelong learning, and organizational excellence. He is truly committed to helping teachers build high performance classrooms and building strong parental support for schools and learning.
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