Thermometers measure temperature.
A powerful curriculum to help you identify and develop the student Thermostats in your school, improving classroom climate.
Over a decade of research proves that positive behavior improves academic success (PBIS.org). We’ve created a robust curriculum to help you identify and develop the natural social influencers in your student body, the first of its kind, based on our pioneering work with 1000s of students globally. This Trojan Horse, social engineering strategy equips and empowers the top 10-20% of students possessing organizational intelligence, to use this for good and as a result, reduces bullying and disruptions, while increasing positive behaviors throughout the study body. Think of it as a way to extend your staff by tapping the energy of your high octane natural influencers, allowing teachers to teach and students to learn more effectively. Educators love it and we guarantee you will too, or your money back!
2 quick questions tell you if Thermostats will benefit your org.
Click Thermostats 2 Minute Survey for a quick assessment!
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- Click Thermostat Brochure for an overview on Thermostats training curriculum
- Click Thermostats Elementary Details & Info for grades 4-6 details & FAQs.
- Click Thermostats Middle School Details & Info for Thermostats for grades 6-8 details & FAQs.
- Click Thermostats High School Details & Info for grades 8-12 details & FAQs.
- Click HERE for a 2 minute “elevator speech” video
- Click Thermostats’ Trojan Horse Strategy for a 2-page article on the social science behind Thermostats
- Click article 4 Mistakes Educators Make With Young School Influencers for an exec brief handling student catalysts
- Click Student Leadership Development Assessment for a free analysis guide on how your organization develops young leaders
- Click HERE for a free Student Leadership Development Quiz (for individuals who work with student leaders)
- Click article Are You A Teacher or Educator for a 1-page assessment of your wiring (You may be surprised!)