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Thought Design’s Summer Series for Educators offers four, virtual courses packed full of tactical, hands-on strategies and practices to help you shift your thinking in a way that can inspire learning, growth, and connectedness.

Choose to attend one or multiple courses this summer!

Get a $10 discount when you register for at least 3 sessions.

Group Rate of $40/person for five or more people!

Psychological Safety on 6/29/2022 from 9:00 – 10:30 AM

Drawing on brain science and current research, we explore the ways our brains are always working to protect us from physical, social, and psychological harm and how that translates into everyday behaviors. Those behaviors then become culture in your classroom and school. We explore the cascading layers of safety found in any group – belonging safety, learning safety, influencing safety and transforming safety.

Drama Triangle Workshop on 7/13/2022 from 9:00 – 10:30 AM

Bring an issue and your team to this working session!  We will look at the issue through the lens of the Drama Triangle: a simple, yet powerful way of seeing, naming and changing the patterns of reactivity we humans fall into when the brain senses potential harm. The focus will be on rewiring our patterns of reactivity into patterns of “empowerment” – taking full ownership of thinking and behaviors needed to get the results you really want.

Rethinking Impostor Syndrome on 7/26/2022 from 9:00 – 10:30 AM

Millions of people worldwide worry they’re not as bright or capable as everyone thinks they are. These impostor-related feelings lead to unproductive behaviors like holding back, chronic procrastination, self-sabotage, and burnout. Understand how impostor syndrome is impacting you and others and learn practical, immediately usable tools to help yourself and/or those you manage, mentor, or parent to address impostor syndrome.

Leveraging Failure on 8/10/2022 from 9:00 – 10:30 am

There are few experiences we have misunderstood and avoided as failure. As a part of our everyday lives and work, the way leaders make sense of failure determines how teams learn, innovate and collaborate. There is a difference between failure having us, and us having failure. In other words, when we can see failure as an experience in our lives that we can actually create mastery in, we can find the learning in our failure experiences. There are tools that can help us before, during and after experiencing failure, to help us leverage that learning in really powerful ways. This session will help you to understand failure from a neurobiological perspective, and help you reduce the negative impacts of fear, lost learning and low “risk intelligence”.

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