OUR SERVICES FOR SCHOOLS AND
Teacher Efficacy Coaching
(both instructional and self) has been an essential component to various educational reforms such as No Child Left Behind; Reading First projects and Early Reading First Projects. Those seeking to improve teacher performance leading to enhanced student outcomes on various state assessments have also incorporated coaching into the methodology.
Successful administrative leaders are able to establish systems that protect and sustain essential operational functions to meet the needs of children and families.
AzulEd provides trainings that create strategic leaders who will guide the direction of educational organizations with the future in mind. In this seminar, leaders will clarify their purpose, inspire individuals to pursue a shared vision, and ensure that goals and outcomes are attained.
AzulEd provides parents and school organizations with training on how to manage student education in the home after-school and on the weekends.
Finally, there are times that schools need assistance forming parent organizations that can serve as additional support for the campus in leading school-wide events, fundraising and building stronger parent networks on campus. AzulEd creates and leads a plan for the creation of sustainable parent lead organization.
AzulEd provides teachers and their assistants with the procedures, strategies, and instructional techniques they can use to manage student behavior and learning activities. Our company provides training for teachers to create an environment that is conducive to teaching and learning.
Language Acquisition Training is the process by which humans acquire the capacity to perceive and comprehend language, as well as to produce and use words and sentences to communicate. Language acquisition is one of the quintessential human traits, because non-humans do not communicate by using language.
Reading Comprehension Workshops
In the Language Arts classroom, reading comprehension levels are varied and, our company trains educators on effective practices that will assist students in developing practical comprehension strategies for the different genres of literature they explore.
Executive Dual Language
Reading, listening, and speaking are the most important aspects of any language. The same is true for English. However, speaking is the only requirement to be fluent. It is normal for babies and children to learn speaking first, become fluent, then start reading, then writing. We instruct adults following this concept, so the natural order is listening, speaking, reading, then writing.
What Works in Writing Instruction?
Reading and Writing educators are often faced with the question, “How do I decide what to teach?” In this all day workshop, the presenter will guide educators on how to develop units for instruction that meet students’ needs and stay aligned with state and federal language arts objectives.