Associate Head of School,
Girls Preparatory School (TN)
R.E.A.L.® Basics includes:
R.E.A.L.® Junior teaches middle schoolers how to participate in discussion, verbally and non-verbally. It gives digital natives a common language, conversational “moves,” and a way to see and reflect on their growth over time. Teachers say it builds trust and fosters real – not performative! – discussion: a great alternative to FishBowls.
R.E.A.L.® Junior includes:
R.E.A.L.® Classic teaches early high schoolers to participate in, facilitate, and reflect on discussion. It gives teachers a framework for evidence-based assessment of live learning – a must-have in an AI world! Schools use R.E.A.L.® Classic as an orientation to high school and prep for Harkness, AP, or other seminar-style courses.
R.E.A.L.® Classic includes:
R.E.A.L.® Family is a workshop series where parents learn about R.E.A.L.® at your school and ways they can use R.E.A.L.® moves.
- Available at schools using R.E.A.L.® programs in their classrooms
- Can be co-facilitated by faculty and aligned to your school’s language
R.E.A.L.® for Your Community
We love partnering with Schools and other orgs to design Discussion Skills workshops for any audience. Our custom seminars have been well-received by groups ranging from Trustees to Managers to Coaches in both non-profit and corporate settings.
The first step is reaching out to schedule a conversation. Meeting management? Making every voice heard? Active Listening Practices? If it involves Discussion-about-Discussion, we are all in!