eTT™ Training for TEACHERS: improving outcomes inside the classroom
ETT™has been used by many teachers to improve the outcomes of the students in their classrooms.
Through the training program, teachers learn active listening skills to better connect with children and develop partnerships with parents built on mutual respect. Teachers, counselors, and school administrators can do a much better job for children if they have a good relationship with the student's parent/guardian.
ETT™ training allows teachers to 'slow it down' and see the real needs of each student, and learn to be present in often fast-moving classroom settings.
ETT™ teaches the importance of making eye contact, and establishing trust with each student in the short time teachers have each day.
This allows teachers to connect with each student and see him/her as unique; children have both a trust in and respect for teachers who see them as unique.
This is particularly important for teachers who work in classrooms where they are challenged by significant behavior problems in multiple children; ETT™ provides teachers with tools (i.e. using active listening at a very fast pace) to very quickly address the behavior problems of each child.
About the Video. The video describes how ETT™ helps parents, teachers and administrators better communicate with one another. Note: the video is best viewed in small rather than large screen. Evelyn Montanez, PhD, Psychology, Director, Turn to Us, New York Presbyterian Hospital.
See ETT™ teacher training in action
Click here to read what teachers are saying about ETT® training, or listen below
Listen to how ETT™ tools helped one teacher improve relationships in the classroom...
and how ETT's™ interactive games (e.g. Baseball Game in this audio clip below), can help improve student outcomes.