The Green Room is a professional learning video series designed to create dialogue and reflection among educators. The videos and discussion questions lead to a deeper understanding of teaching methodologies while also expanding viewpoints toward education in general.

USING THE GREEN ROOM

The Green Room is ideal for staff meetings, professional development workshop days, conveying schools’ values to new teachers, and addressing specific situations. It can help build a culture in which every adult in your building understands the opportunity to play a significant and positive role in the lives of your students.

The library of Green Room Episodes is accompanied by downloadable faculty discussion and action plan prompts, as well as ideas for extending the topic beyond a single meeting.

MEET YOUR HOST

Dr. Phil Campbell, known to his students as ‘PC,’ is a veteran educator with experience as a teacher, coach, athletic director and principal. PC implemented Renaissance in his school and saw reduced discipline rates, increased attendance rates, improved graduation rates and an overall enhancement of school culture.

Episodes

Love: The Secret Ingredient

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When you think about great educators, regardless of their subject matter or age, they all have one common ingredient in their methodology: love. This episode chronicles the stories of several educators as they bare their heart and soul.

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The Legends Never Make It

In all aspects of success, complacency is the enemy. Education is no different. This episode details ways that you can continue to grow and evolve as an educator.

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First Days of School

From both a student and staffulty perspective, there is never a more exciting day of school than the first day of the school year. But, how can we make the first day one that hooks them for the rest of the year? This episode provides ideas on how to offer the best first day and why it is important for the success of your school year.

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Educational Equity

How do we ensure equal learning opportunities for all so that every single student can be successful? This episode discusses the sensitive topic of equity and how we, as educators, can better meet the needs of our students and serve them as individuals.

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Climate and Culture

As educators, we know that culture and climate are important to the success of our schools, but how do we cultivate a positive atmosphere on our campus? This episode provides details and ideas for transforming your school into an environment that students and staffulty will love and appreciate!

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How to Be a Game Changer

Let’s face it: Change is difficult. Leading change is even more challenging. This episode provides ideas on how you can implement fresh initiatives and get people moving in a new and exciting direction.

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A Test Score Does Not Define You

Test scores are often the data point that society uses to determine an educator’s value. But, as we all know, there is SO MUCH MORE to being an effective educator than test scores alone. This episode expands on the premise that you and your students will never be defined by a number.

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Social-Emotional Learning

It can be hard to meet the social emotional needs of our students due to limited training and preparation. This episode provides insights and tips for how you meet the SEL needs of your students and yourself.

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How to Be a Rock Star Educator

Every single educator on the planet entered the profession because they believed that they could make a positive impact on the lives of the students they serve. But, how do you take your game to the next level? This episode provides ideas on how to become the best version of you that you can possibly be.

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Reaching At-Risk Youth

One of the most difficult aspects of being an educator is figuring out how to reach the students that seem to fall through the cracks. This episode details ideas and strategies to ensure that even those “hard-to-reach” kids on your campus have a sense of connection and belonging.

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