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New Book for Educators

by Kevin Stoller category: Education

“Are you an educator or know someone who is? Creating Better Learning Environments, available today! #BetterLearning http://thndr.me/w0zchi

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New Book for Educators


The paperback and Kindle versions are available via Amazon. Don't forget to write us a review!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076VY6SSH/?ref_=aga_h_su_B076VY6SSH_title

I am extremely grateful for all the support I have been given to write this book that will help educators improve their learning environments. I am using this platform, Thunderclap, to curate and gather all the social posts of support in advance so that they all launch simultaneously on November 1, 2017! With your help, the launch date will make a HUGE impact on education! Thank you for lending your voice to help make this book a success!

About Creating Better Learning Environments:

At the heart of Creating Better Learning Environments is the premise that students of all ages learn differently, and it is the job of educators to adapt to each student’s learning styles. This book is a practical guide to help educators make this a reality through a proven process that many schools around the world have implemented.

The wording of the title was chosen after careful thought.

•Creating is meant to be a verb, an action that is ongoing and is never meant to be in a completed state.

•Better signifies improvement and not accepting the status quo. Striving for progress instead of perfection.

• Learning is the magical moment when you can see the student comprehend. We wanted to pinpoint the AHA! moments when the learning actually occurs and how to maximize those learning situations.

• Environments takes the idea of learning beyond just the classroom. A large portion of this book is spent on classrooms, but we want to look at a school as a facility of learning opportunities in each square foot - inside and outside of the building.

Throughout this book we provide examples of how other schools intentionally sought to improve their learning environments. By sharing best practices, roadblocks, and lessons learned to assist you on your journey. Not all schools have the opportunity to start a new facility from scratch or undergo major renovations, so the majority of this book will show you how to better utilize and enhance your current facility.

This book begins and ends with the primary purpose of matching a student’s environments with his or her dominant learning styles. However, the results of this approach lead to other important benefits such as community engagement, school reputation, and the recruiting and retaining of students and educators.

Few people outside the school get glimpses of the education staff in action, but instead create their perceptions based on the physical environment they see when they visit the school during non-school hours. It is our intent that this book guide you through your process and help you overcome the most common obstacles. Some of these ideas require funding, but many of them only require effort. Thank you for being a leader and advocate to better educate the students in your community!

****Pricing Update: Amazon does not allow us to do a pricing promotion within the first 30 days of launch. If you want an ecopy, email me and I'll send you one for free. Sorry if you saw a notification stating $.99 copies available today. I'm learning a ton about the publication process and there are many things I didn't expect!



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Kevin Stoller
@KevinStoller

Kevin Stoller is Co-Founder and President of Kay-Twelve.com, a leading national distributor of educational furniture. Kay-Twelve.com helps schools, colleges, libraries, and corporations create better learning environments. Working with hundreds of schools around the country, Kevin is passionate about helping educators think outside of the box to focus on individual student needs. Kevin earned a Masters in Business Administration from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor's degree from Miami University. Kevin is active in the entrepreneurial community, hosts several podcasts. and leads workshops to help educators improve the learning environment. He recently moved from Worthington, Ohio to Arizona with his wife and 3 children.

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