Associate Head of School,
Girls Preparatory School (TN)
Conversation Culture is unique at every school.
At R.E.A.L.® we offer several programs — or the opportunity to design your own path.
You define your school’s strategy – just start with the students.
Our signature program is R.E.A.L.® Discussion: a research-backed method for explicitly teaching and equitably assessing in-person discussion skills in Humanities classes, starting in grade 6.
It is designed to meet the complex needs of Gen-Z learners – but not disrupt the curriculum faculty work so hard to build.
R.E.A.L.® Skills for Life
R.E.A.L.® skills matter beyond Humanities Class. Our R.E.A.L. Skills for Life Trainings show faculty the basics, so they see current research around Gen-Z’s communication crisis and incorporate R.E.A.L.® skills and routines into their classes, advisories, and teams.
We can emphasize learner-centeredness, belonging, wellbeing or leadership development – whatever aligns best to your strategic priorities!
Conversation Culture Strategy Workshops
Conversation Culture should exist in conference rooms, not just classrooms, on your campus. Today’s operational and team leaders deserve reflection opportunities and tools to build trust, restore nuance, and make all voices heard.
- Conversation Culture From Mission to Action (For Admin Teams)
- Conversation Culture in the Conference Room (For Managers)
R.E.A.L.® in the Community
Other school stakeholders – like parents, trustees, or alumni – often love to join the effort to cultivate Conversation Culture on your campus. It’s amazing how much these folks care and want to serve the needs of today’s students.
We will design custom programming to engage constituencies beyond students, faculty, and staff, depending on your needs and dreams! Reach out below.