Regardless of where learning is happening – at school, online, or at home – our mission at Challenge Success does not change. We continue to partner with schools and families to share research-based strategies that promote student well-being and engagement with learning.
During this unprecedented time of nationwide school closures, we are curating and creating resources as well as providing updated virtual programming to support schools and families. Explore these tips, tools, and offerings for parents and educators to help students stay balanced and engaged.
For families concerned about the impact of school closures on their child's academic journey, read this important message from Denise Pope.
Here are a few ideas to help families keep the spark of learning alive this summer while also carving out time for the daily protective factors every kid needs: playtime, downtime, and family time.
Explore these helpful ideas from pediatrician Dr. Ken Ginsburg to support our children during these difficult times.
Consider new ways that students can incorporate the "PDF" they need every day for healthy development now that they have more time at home.
Explore practical ideas from Dr. Denise Pope to support learning at home.
Get ideas for how to promote a broader definition of learning from this ABC7 interview with Dr. Denise Pope.
Listen to advice from Dr. Madeline Levine to parents who are stressed out trying to keep themselves and their kids safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Consider these communication tips from Dr. Madeline Levine to support and reassure kids of all ages.
Find comfort in this advice from pediatrician Dr. Ken Ginsburg.
Key educational and counseling resources to support students during COVID-19. It is curated by a group of counselors from CA and WI and covers topics including mental health, college admissions, and needs of special populations.
Watch this 90-second video from Dr. Denise Pope to find out what your kid loves (music, art, science) and apply their passions to their learning environment.
Explore resources including our white paper to support a more balanced approach to college admissions that values fit over selectivity.
Watch a video recording of our signature Parent Ed workshop that shares research and strategies to support healthy and engaged students. Fee -$19
Review recommendations on whether, and how, to grade students during this very unique time from Challenge Success, Crescendo Education Group, and Mastery Transcript Consortium, three research-based educational organizations founded on principles of student-centered learning, well-being, and equity.
Check out stories, activities, tips, and resources curated from across the Stanford Graduate School of Education that support learning and well-being.
Learn about current issues in education related to COVID-19 and beyond with hosts Stanford GSE Dean Dan Schwartz and Dr. Denise Pope.
Gather insights from educators on how to effectively transition to remote learning.
Explore resources curated by NAIS to help schools take into account racial, ethnic, cultural, socioeconomic, and other demographic groups impacted by the coronavirus.
Identify practical SEL activities to explore with your students.
To better meet schools’ needs, we have created a remote option for all of our Professional Development and Parent Education workshops. Also, explore our surveys to better understand your student, staff, and parent communities’ experiences.
Watch a recording of a discussion on whether, and how, to grade students during this very unique time with expert panelists: Denise Pope, Ph.D., Challenge Success, Joe Feldman, Ed.M., Crescendo Education Group, Stacy Caldwell, M.A., M.B.A., Mastery Transcript Consortium, and Randall Booker, Piedmont Unified School District.
Watch this one-hour webinar to explore practices and strategies for promoting a sense of belonging and building community in remote learning environments.