When the going gets tough, how do we create an environment which encourage and foster perseverance?

How do we encourage a solid work ethic and help students stay motivated?

Perseverance is a marathon, not a sprint.  The data shows that talent doesn't make you persevere.  When you have a Growth Mindset (research from Harvard University); the ability to learn is not fixed, it can change with your effort and when students understand that failure is not a permanent condition, they are able to persevere. 

This workshop is unlike any other, inspired by the online Seth Godin Leadership workshop (now available on Udacity), where thousands of people came together on a very interactive platform called SLACK, which inspired deep conversation and sharing of all the participants. We will be using this format and applying it to education.  

This workshop is where conversation, tools and technology collide.

You will walk away with concrete ideas and tools you can use in your classroom inspired and shared by educators and thought leaders in the industry.  


What is Perseverance?

What does it LOOK like?

What does it FEEL like?

How do you create it? 


Register for Triggering Perseverance

June 7th - 4 pm to 5:30 EST


The workshop will be held online on a free platform called SLACK which inspires conversation, sharing and connecting.  

All you need is a computer and access to the internet.  You may want headphones if you are in a open space. 

We will have videos, questions, sharing and key actionable take-aways.  

Complete details with login info will be sent to you after registration.  

Triggering Perseverance is brought to you by: 

Learning Through the Arts® (LTTA) is a proven transformative educational program that uses arts-based activities to teach the core curriculum by providing teachers with creative tools to engage all students. Together we create lessons that make the core curriculum exciting and relevant to all students and learner types. 

The I-Think Initiative at the Rotman School of Management focuses on inspiring approaches to creative problem solving in the education system. I-Think works with educators, schools, school boards and policy makers to bring Integrative Thinking and Business Design to classrooms.