WEBINAR: Routines: For Early Childhood and Elementary School Educators
Our brains are prediction machines that like order; when our environments are orderly, the brain is calmer. In this session, participants will learn practical strategies for building routines in all learning settings.
Partnership Director, Turnaround for Children
Joel Scott is a Partnership Director in the New York region and delivers Turnaround for Children’s Professional Learning Series to leaders, principals, and their teams. He supports Turnaround’s business development, including systems-level consulting and leading group information sessions. Joel also executes on thought leadership and marketing opportunities. He contributes to DEI and organizational culture initiatives as well. Joel joined Turnaround in 2015 as an Instructional Coach and acted as a Leadership Development Coach.
Prior to Turnaround, Joel worked for Goodwill BEGIN, an education program for adults receiving public assistance. While there, he supported the organization in the roles of Orientation and Assessment Coordinator and Senior Teacher. Later, Joel taught elementary grade levels across Brooklyn for several years. Joel also serves as the Associate Director of Its Showtime NYC.
Joel received his M.S.Ed. from Brooklyn College and B.A. from Binghamton University in Psychology and Africana Studies. In 2015, Joel was selected to be an Education Pioneers Fellow at New York City Department of Education Office of Teacher Effectiveness and currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Education Pioneers Eastern Region Alumni Board.
*You will be eligible to receive a professional development certificate after attending all sequential sessions, with the same group. To qualify for full certification, you must email all four partial certificates to [email protected].
At the conclusion of each webinar, you will be able to download a partial certificate that verifies you have completed the webinar. You must actively watch each webinar for at least 100 minutes and answer at least 2 poll questions to qualify. Check with your school district in advance to ensure that the PD credit is accepted.