Helping Other People Excel
Helping Other People Excel
Inspiring Excellence In Education
Inspiring Excellence In Education

                       HOPE Education Group

"The essential thing is this...hope, as an ontological need, demands an anchoring in practice.  Without a minimum of hope, we cannot so much as start the struggle.  But without the struggle, hope dissipates, loses it bearing and turns into hopelessness. One of the tasks of the...educator...is to unveil opportunitiies for hope, no matter what the obstacles may be." Paulo Freire

Our mission is to help other people excel, by providing customized professional development that inspires excellence in education.

 

We are an educational consulting group devoted to supporting the development of optimal teaching and learning environments. The joy in our work comes from collaborating with k-8 teachers, university faculty, and administrators, as well as the families and students they serve.  Together we build professional development frameworks that support the creation of strong, positive communities of practice where equitable, effective instruction is grounded in researched best practice that is dynamic, engaging, welcoming, inclusive and responsive to the needs of all learners. 

 

With skill, determination and vision we embrace the multifaceted, complex and hopeful nature of this work.  We look forward to embarking on this journey with you.  

 

Sincerely,

Dr. Krista Robinson-Lyles

Founder and President, HOPE Education Group 

 

 

Contact us for more information, or to schedule a consultation: Krista@hopeedgroup.org  (630) 452-4790 

 

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Connect Your Practice

Loving Elena Aguilar's work on coaching for equity! Check out her post in EdWeek, she nails it!!
 
Teaching Tolerance has launched a fabulous resource for equity building in the classroom. It's titled Perspectives For A Diverse America. Check it out at http://perspectives.tolerance.org/ 

 

 
Unbelievable how our society can marginalize children...uplifting how this woman responds to the contrary.

http://www.upworthy.com/see-a-tv-host-s-perfect-message-to-a-young-girl-whose-school-called-her-unacceptable

 

With increasing demands on teachers and schools, the most precious asset, time for professional learning, often gets shortchanged.  Listen in  as educators discuss how to ensure time for teacher development isn't lost... http://www.literacyinlearningexchange.org/event/establishing-time-professional-learning 

 

Want to hear more about the implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards?  Check out this January 16th discussion on edweek http://edweek.org/ew/index.html

 

Empowering Parents to Transform Schools.  EdWeek hosted a conversation on supporting and building parent engagement in transforming schools.  .http://www.edweek.org/ew/toc/2013/11/13/index.html

 

Promising New Resource from the National Endowment For Humanities on the Civil Rights Movement...  http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2013/09/initiative_promotes_civil_righ.html?cmp=ENL-EU-NEWS2

 

Being culturally relevant includes understanding what speaks to students.   EdWeek offered a free webinar on using video games to assess students' non-cognitive skills.   http://www.edweek.org/ew/index.html

 

Building Cultural Competence: Read one teacher's thoughts on encouraging respectful and engaging dialogue that honors varying perspectives htttp://www.tolerance.org/blog/power-respectful-dialogue

 

Working through the dis-ease: Another teacher explains how teachers must walk the walk of gaining cultural competence, even when it's uncomfortable http://www.tolerance.org/blog/learning-tolerance-we-teach-it

 

Visit EdWeek  for an archived webinar on using data to inform instruction http://www.edweek.org 

 

Sit in on anarchived edweek sponsored webinar, conversation around one classroom's 6 month journey into common core implementation https://vts.inxpo.com/scripts/Server.nxp

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