A Day with Ruby Payne Povery Seminar

Wichita, Kansas March 8, 2017

Presented in partnership with Essdack

Topic: Implementing a Framework for Understanding Poverty – Research Based Strategies

Explore class differences and 10 actions you can implement in the classroom to improve the success of low socioeconomic status students. This workshop is based on Ruby Payne’s book A Framework for Understanding Poverty, which has sold more than 1.5 million copies.

Educators who participate in this training will:

  • Use concrete instructional strategies to help students from poverty
  • Understand hidden rules of economic class and effects on behaviors and mindsets
  • Develop stronger relationships with students to impact behavior
  • Reduce discipline referrals

Topics include resources, mental models, family structure, language patterns, and more. Give new and veteran teachers tools to help students from poverty today.

This session is also being presented at our CEC 2017 East Coast Summit in Middletown, Virginia. To find out more information about the East Coast summit, click here.

Event Information

Event Location

Wichita State University
Eugene M. Hughes Metropolitan Complex 5015 E 29th St N
Wichita, KS 67220

Event Date

March 8, 2017

Workshop Price: $125

The book Research-Based Strategies: Narrowing the Achievement Gap for Under-Resourced Students is included with this workshop

Event Agenda

Event Begins
Lunch On Your Own
Event Ends
Dr. Ruby Payne

Featuring Dr. Ruby Payne

Author of A Framework for Undertanding Poverty and Bridges Out of Poverty

More About Dr. Ruby Payne

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