PBIS101 for School Leaders with Dr. Tim Grivois

Join me on Friday, 2 December 2022 from 2:00-3:30 for a FREE webinar: PBIS101 for School Leaders. Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) is a common framework for creating school-wide expectations and individualized behavioral interventions in schools throughout the country. 

Self-care with Dr. Tim Grivois.

Join me on Friday, 18 November 2022, from 3:00-4:30 for a powerful workshop on self-care for leaders of schools and nonprofits. By the end of our time together, you’ll transform your view of self-care and feel validated, affirmed, and seen. You’ll also leave with tools to support your staff and their self-care practice.

As small as possible: Make professional learning fit.

-by Timothy (Tim) Grivois, Ed.D. The biggest problem with professional learning is that everything about it is too big. The trainer from out of town is pricey, the stuff you need to implement the learning is expensive, and you need to pay for subs so that teachers can go to the Great Big PD duringContinue reading “As small as possible: Make professional learning fit.”

Introducing TGS-Transform, Grow, Succeed.

-by Timothy (Tim) Grivois, Ed.D. I’m excited to announce that TGS Educational Consulting is launching a Youtube Channel featuring interviews with exemplary leaders from schools and nonprofits. Check out the first few shows here: Adultism in Caring Organizations In this episode, Victoria-Anne Tullercash shares their work as Youth Engagement Specialist and as a member ofContinue reading “Introducing TGS-Transform, Grow, Succeed.”

Why data literacy matters.

-by Pamela Dean, M.Ed. According to a review of Data Literacy of Educators: Making it Count in Teacher Preparation and Practice in the Harvard Educational Review, data literacy in education is the ability to create actionable instruction based on the collection and examination of student data such as attendance, grades, test scores, behavior, and motivation. Sounds easy enough:Continue reading “Why data literacy matters.”

Be prepared: Three practices to make your data meetings effective and efficient

-by Annmarie Granstrand  James Clear, author of Atomic Habits, shares that we don’t rise to the level of our goals, we fall to the level of our systems. As a literacy coach, I was always on the hunt for routines that could bear the weight of big data. Here are some strategies to build intoContinue reading “Be prepared: Three practices to make your data meetings effective and efficient”

Ongoing Professional Learning with Data

-by Timothy (Tim) Grivois, Ed.D. I frequently lead professional learning on how to use data effectively, most recently with Youth On Their Own, a Tucson-based nonprofit that supports youth without a permanent place to live in graduating high school. Over the years, I’ve collected a few topics that tend to be effective for whole-staff trainings,Continue reading Ongoing Professional Learning with Data

Three true objections to data that you can’t ignore.

-by Timothy (Tim) Grivois, Ed.D. While most school leaders view reviewing student data in professional learning communities (PLCs) to be essential, most teachers view these meetings as a waste of time. (Gates Foundation, 2014). Here are three objections to data that I hear frequently from teachers that I encourage all leaders like you to validateContinue reading Three true objections to data that you can’t ignore.

Two reasons why your team resists data.

-by Timothy (Tim) Grivois, Ed.D. Right now, I’m working on a presentation on data for Youth On Their Own a nonprofit in Southern Arizona that supports youth without permanent homes to graduate high school. Like many of the schools, nonprofits, and government agencies I work with, data is at the heart of what Youth onContinue reading “Two reasons why your team resists data.”

Support students with ADHD through play-based coaching.

Combined with in-the-moment feedback and support from families, schools can create exceptional learning environments for all students while offering students with ADHD effective and respectful support.