John Hodge

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The education of America’s youth is a challenging prospect when one considers the many burdens faced by impoverished children and their families. Research indicates that poverty need not be a barrier to academic excellence. As co-author of the book Standing in the Gap, Dr. Hodge states, "Across...
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Please Stop Calling Me At-Risk: The Power of Resilience in Today's Urban Youth
In the fall of 2002, Dr. Jo Lynne DeMary, Superintendent of Public Instruction for Virginia Schools, requested that the Urban Learning and Leadership Center provide training for schools listed in Governor Mark Warner’s Partnership for Achieving Successful Schools (PASS) initiative. PASS targeted...
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Motivating Teachers to Motivate Students: Let's Talk About Belief!!!
The stakes in public education have never been higher. If educators and communities think No Child Left Behind changed the game in schools, they should brace themselves for Common Core Standards. Now more than ever before, it is imperative that teachers and students are motivated to meet new...
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Educating Students Socially, Academically and Morally
This presentation teaches educators what it takes to create and sustain excellence in the classroom.
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Helping Students Bounce Back: Resilience
Resilience refers to the ability to overcome risk factors that increase the likelihood of academic failure. Today in the United States, a significant number of students experience academic failure due to multiple risk factors. The good news is that educators can help students to become more...
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Higher Order Thinking: From Theory to Practice
It is safe to say that most educators believe that higher order thinking is necessary for educational success. We all know that this is a universal truth in education. Yet in classrooms throughout the United States, classroom instruction focuses on basic facts and relies on the ability of...
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The Miracle Starts Here
Have you ever become discouraged after you've worked hard and the results did not reflect your effort? Have you ever, just for a moment, let the thought cross your mind that the barriers to educating all students might be too overwhelming to overcome? This presentation will inspire participants...
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Following the S.A.M.E. Pathway to Excellent Schools
S.A.M.E. stands for Social, Academic and Moral Education. It is a holistic approach to creating and sustaining academic excellence in today's schools. S.A.M.E. provides a research-supported, holistic view of school improvement by addressing all of the components of school and district culture...
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Achieving and Sustaining Excellence in the Common Core Era
This presentation is designed to help school districts meet and exceed the Common Core Standards with their students.
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Thriving in the Common Core Era: Real Strategies for Real Teachers who work with Real Kids Daily
Dr. John W. Hodge has over 20 years of experience in helping schools to meet and exceed accreditation standards. His work with schools implementing Common Core State Standards continues this important work. Dr. Hodge’s uncanny ability to present complex information in practical ways for teachers...
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