ATF GPS: Positive Relationships for Learning Series

Positive Relationships for Learning Series

Both of these GPS classes are designed to help participants teach all students effectively.  Learn about how behavior and communication skills are interconnected, how trauma and poverty affect student behavior and how to teach students to capture the learning opportunities inherent in everyday mistakes. Time spent building relationships and a growth mindset pays dividends in deeper learning in our classrooms.


Participants can attend one session as they can stand alone, or attend all, as they build on the depth and complexity of the previous sessions. 

Internalize Mindset

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

4:30 to 6:30 pm at the ATF Office

Brain studies show that learning only happens when you make a mistake! Help your students learn from the best mistakes ever! Practice the ideas of Growth Mindset with your students to help them maximize learning. Apply growth strategies to all content areas with a special emphasis on developing math skills.

Poverty and Trauma

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

4:30 to 6:30 pm at the ATF Office

Brain changes are behavior changes. Abuse, neglect, trauma, and poverty affect brain growth and change behavior. Apply relationship-building and specific classroom strategies to address these issues and restore positive learning in your classroom.

All classes will be held at the ATF Office

(530 Jefferson NE, 87108) from 4:30-6:30pm.


Members Free, Nonmembers $10 per session