ENVoYPersonal Guide to Classroom Management
ENVoY is a research-proven collection of classroom management techniques that preserve the relationship between teacher and student. Marzano's studies indicate that "relationship" is the number one variables that determines students' success.The non-verbal communication skills offered in this training will positively influence the single most powerful point in
education—the teacher-student relationship. This program, when used by cadres of instructors within a school, brings out the professional strengths of all the members involved.
We need to elevate ourselves from within... we need systems which enable us to profit from the wealth of abilities that lie in insular classrooms. Sharing our collective wisdom It is only through sharing and supporting processes that the collective wisdom of the staff emerges.
- The four times teachers most often use management techniques
- Why non-verbal messages are more effective in classroom management than verbal messages
- Recognizing and responding to the various learning styles of students
- Disciplining for student needs rather than for teacher needs
- Establishing and preserving relationships of influence
“Before the students care what you know, they need to know that you care.”
ENVoY is a vehicle to shift educators from seeing themselves as Bastions of Power to Instruments of Influence. The principles of non-verbal management can also help parents and anyone who works with children maintain positive relationships with young people while respectfully adhering to high standards for behavior.
Check out the video below to learn about the foundations of MGA's flagship ENVoY. It has been recently redone in 2016 to give you a clear explanation on what ENVoY is all about.
Teachers who systematically utilize the full range of non-verbal management skills are able to reinforce consistent and fair parameters while preserving their relationships with each student, regardless of unique learning styles or cultural backgrounds.
- This is a 2-5 day course
- 1/3 presentation, 1/3 demonstration and 1/3 roleplay
- Practicum credit: 1-2 from Brandman University. See instructor.
- The manual for this course is ENVoY: Your Personal Guide to Classroom Management
This course gives you tools to preserve and influence the relationship you have with your student or child.
Expected outcomes include:
- Fewer disciplinary incidents
- Improved student attendance
- Higher student grades
- Higher staff morale
- A lower level of staff burn-out