For good ideas for the classroom
If you want to enhance your instruction of the Stevenson Lan-
guage Skills Program, you ought to visit the website of our senior
trainer, Nancy Ziehme, the force behind QUESST consulting.
Check it out: QUESST Web Site
Food For Thought
Nancy Ziehme, our senior trainer, has revitalized the Stevenson Learning Skills Facebook page and turned it into a useful resource. She has also created a Stevenson Share Group, that you might find particularly helpful. If you are using the Stevenson Program, or considering it, please check it out. Click on this link to see the Facebook page, and this one to reach the Share Group.
Our Facebook presence has been basically dormant for about five years, since schools often block Facebook (or used to), and it didn’t seem like a good communication tool for us. We were wrong. So many teachers use Facebook so frequently, we are now trying to make use of it ourselves. But you, the teachers, are integral to the success of the
We have not increased our prices for 2 years, but we will do so on April 2. The changes will not be large, but we wanted to give you a heads up. You can save a few dollars by ordering before then. The new prices will be posted on the website on March 2.
Nancy Ziehme will be giving her Basic Blue Level full-day session at Region 10 near Dallas very soon – Feb 23. On the same day, Bill Stevenson will be giving a free introductory session at the Floranada Elementary School in Ft. Lauderdale, and any Broward County teacher is welcome. We are actively trying to arrange a full-day training session with Tom Diebold in Ohio, but dates are hard to juggle with spring breaks and state assessments. Something will also happen in NJ before the end of the school year. Keep checking in at our website.