Pinkgrape Consulting on-site work is a strategic mix of:
Trainings are goal-driven, practical, interactive, and inspiring - professional development that is tailored to your specific needs and population of learners. The kind of professional development that brings a diverse community of educators together around a simple shared vision, creating differentiatied opportunities for stakeholders to be successful.
At Pinkgrape Consulting, we provide a variety of online professional development (PD) options centered around unique topics and emerging interests to fit your model.
Let us know what you need; our instructional and leadership experts are ready to answer your unique questions.
Creating lasting solutions to everyday challenges.
ImplementIng innovative and sustainable grassroots initiatives that improve educational outcomes.
Walking collaboratively with stakeholders to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge, promote healthier community - strengthening the ability of forward-thinking schools to achieve sustainable results, address educational and community challenges while maximizing core opportunities.
...committed to significant local, regional, national, & international partnerships with teachers, and leaders:
Global awareness is also required to participate in the world of the future. From attracting and hiring the right candidate, Pinkgrape Consulting offers tailored support administrators and teachers need to succeed. We have a variety of signature capacity-building models to choose from with expertise in a wide range of K–12 topics. Providing supports, guidance and resources to help school leverage their potential in reaching their operational and strategic goals across the education continuum.
Our one-on-one coaching is personalized to meet your teacher's specific needs - focused on radical and sustained change in educators. Helping administrators to provide needed supports to the teacher to identify the root cause of problems and create an opportunity where teachers can bring their own solutions to light. Through strategic questioning, assisting teachers in reflectIng and analyzing the issue and choosing sustainable solutions through explicit instruction, ongoing, detailed performance feedback, and “in-the-moment” support designed to guide, support and promote interdependence, helping teachers and leaders work to their full potential. Our coaching lays the foundation for significant change in instructional practices and leadership. Our job-embedded coaching provides teachers and leaders with .strategies to improve the quality of learning for all students
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Exclusion occurs daily to children and adults. Whether it’s isolation from schools or work because of disability, race, language, religion, gender, and poverty. The right to be included and supported is fundamental, an indispensable educational practice regardless of differences – together we are resilient as this is the cornerstone of inclusive education.
We work with schools to examine their current inclusive reality, the larger world outside their window, and the myth of Inclusive education. We walk together to explore the power and value differentiation, training, support, flexibility, and resources play to nurtures, encourages, and responds to the inclusive educational needs of students, faculty, and stakeholders - exploring novel strategies of understanding the importance of inclusive education & what it means to have an elevated inclusive growth mindset.
Understanding and trust is the bedrock of effective communication. When trust is established, it enables a seamless collaborative partnership to support children’s wellbeing and advancement. Establishing a fruitful and cooperative partnership can be problematic particularly when there is reticence based on cultural normalcy and assumptions. This workshop will be an interactive walk, examining the fixed mindset and logical instructional application discerning the inclusive community outside our window. Participants will have a chance to assess assorted classroom dilemmas, identify problem areas particular to their community, jointly scrutinizing pros and cons while brainstorming current solutions and future strategies for the road ahead.
Our weekend workshops allow teachers and leaders to further their passion for life long without interrupting the instructional day. These Full-Day (Saturday and Sunday) weekend jaunts are customized to meet teachers and leaders where they are - introducing concepts, new topics, and hands-on activities. We provide a myriad of professional development opportunities for teachers/leaders to the profession.
Pedagogical Practices - Classroom Management - Differentiation
Strategic Leadership - Instructional Leadership - Cultural Leadership - Human Resource Leadership - Managerial Leadership - Micropolitical Leadership - Academic Achievement Leadership
Meeting the individual needs of every student can be an overwhelming job, but one that is expected and challenging. This type of professional development offers support for teachers as they group and manage data, work with students on varying levels, and creating and managing levels.
Great leaders find creative avenues to unite and engage stakeholders. A can-do spirit to create a workforce that’s ready for current and future challenges. They “promote the success of all by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared and supported by the school mission, vision, and values.” These leaders toil to make a sustained difference in the lives of those they touch. They inspire grit, and guide an organization from good to great with sustainable strategies for success, for they are the glue that holds an organization together.
We starts with a conversation and involves side-by-side support. Probing about the root cause of the issues and collaboratively designing sustainable solutions to everyday problems. We work alongside leaders guiding them in develop the skills and acumen in real-time. We provide suggestions and feedback leaders can use to design sustainable solution to aid their organization, implement real-time functional change management strategies in meeting today’s challenges head-on.
Our leadership development seminars cover a variety of topics — such as leading strong teams and ethical and sustainable leadership — that not only strengthen leaders’ confidence and capability but equip them to build a strong culture of engagement where team members are confident with their roles, abilities and enthusiastic to contribute.
Pinkgrape Consulting's leadership workshops offer innovative methods for gaining commitment to organizational objectives through workplace learning. Our learning walk allows leaders to design strategies to enhance employee commitment and loyalty, improve communication and collaboration, create a culture that retains talent and achieve organizational goals and objectives.
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Michelle has been recruited to create special education programs for 20 years in cities such as Providence, RI, and Baltimore, MD. She has specialties in developing opportunities for students with multiple disabilities, and non-verbal communicators while developing trusting relationships with her students and their families through the Advisory and Project-Based Learning model. Being awarded grants for research in Progressive Education has provided Michelle with the knowledge to present at national conferences training educators in these ideals. She has trained with the New Leaders Program to earn an Administrative Certification. Currently serving on 2 different school Boards, she is influential in ensuring the autonomy of teachers and democratic leadership styles.
Dr. Jerome Banks is an internationally experienced K-12 school leader, presenter, lecturer, and curriculum specialist. He is currently serving as the K-12 Director of Learning at Keerapat International School in Bangkok, Thailand. Dr. Banks earned his Ph.D in Educational Leadership from Assumption University in Bangkok, Thailand, a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA., a Master’s of Science in Education Degree from State University of New York at Buffalo and his Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Mathematics from Livingstone College in Salisbury North Carolina in the USA. Dr. Banks specializes in school culture, instructional leadership, teaching and curriculum development, and change management.
Dr. Vincent has 18 years of corporate, teaching and administrative Pre-K-12 international experience in Fortune 500 companies and school districts. Dr. Vincent is a Fulbright Fellow (Japan), a Carnegie Fellow (Northeastern University), a Massachusetts Education Policy Fellow (EPFP) (Northeastern University), and a Springfield College Writing Fellow (Springfield College). He has a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.) from Johnson & Wales University, a Masters of Education (M.Ed.) in Administration, Middle and Secondary School Administration from Providence College, a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Educational Leadership (CAGS) from Johnson & Wales University, a Masters of Education in Special Education (M.Ed.), Mild to Moderate Disabilities from Providence College, and Bachelor of Arts in Public and Professional Communications & English Literature from Rhode Island College.
Kelli has over 16 years of committed service in education. Kelli has worked with Bill and Melinda Gates’ Intensive Partnerships for Effective Teaching (IP), and Charter Management Organizations (CMO) including Alliance College-Ready Public Schools, as the Director of Educator Effectiveness, and Aspire Public Schools. As the Intervention Specialist and Instructional Lead Teacher with Valdosta City Schools, she leads Response to Intervention (RTI) initiatives through Reading Recovery strategies. Kelli currently serves as a Board Member for Verto Education and previously was a California Representative for the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD). Kelli has a Bachelor of Science in Education from Valdosta State University, a Master of Science in Adult Education from Troy University, an Education Specialist from Valdosta State University and a Doctor of Education (ABD) from Valdosta State University.
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