Posts Tagged: Timothy Grivois-Shah
Building transformation-centered professional learning communities: less spreadsheets, more connection.
The most powerful way to enhance the quality of teaching and learning in a school or district is to establish a transformation-centered professional learning community. And, the fastest way to ensure that a professional learning community decays into a stack of agendas, templates, and binders is to neglect the relationships at the center of our work.
The difference between reinforcement, reward, and outright bribery
-By Tim Grivois-Shah, Director of Professional Learning and Community Engagement Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) is an effective way to promote social, emotional, and academic achievement. A key tenet of PBIS is that students can learn positive social emotional skills just as they can learn academic content. understanding how different approaches to acknowledging positive […]
Tim Grivois-Shah appointed Director of Professional Learning & Community Engagement
City Center for Collaborative Learning has appointed Timothy Grivois-Shah the director of professional learning and community engagement. Grivois-Shah previously served as the principal of Grijalva Elementary School in the Tucson Unified School District (TUSD). Before his tenure in TUSD, his education career was in the Chicago area, working as a classroom teacher, gifted education coordinator, […]