We can deliver this content to you/your group in two formats: training and materials.
While these materials are sufficient to introduce these one-of-a-kind concepts, the trainings make them come alive with practical, easily-applicable lessons.
Top 20 Teens
Originally published in 2003 as a “textbook” for a ninth-grade character education class, Top 20 Teens has had a far-reaching impact on people of all ages.
This book has inspired positive change in students, teachers, administrators, counselors, and parents all over the country. With a third-edition going to print
in fall 2008, the book has sold nearly 20,000 copies to date.
Top 20 Teens Teachers’ Manuals
There are also two different versions of teachers’ manuals available: green (for grades 3-6) and red (for grades 7-12). Both manuals offer specific, in-depth step-by-step lesson plans that accompany each chapter in Top 20 Teens. The green manual offers more games and activities for elementary students. Both manuals also supply teachers with reproducible student activity worksheets.
Top 20 Parents
Published in 2009, Top 20 Parents adapts many of the same concepts as our first book. This book, written in collaboration with Early Childhood Family Educators, focuses our Top 20 concepts on parenting young children.
Top 20 Teachers
Top 20 Teachers: The Revolution in American Education offers a new way for teachers to see themselves in the 21st century. It provides immediately practical concepts empowering teachers to create a school culture that enhances student learning and job satisfaction.
When you attend a Top 20 Training Seminar you will experience a dedicated, high-energy team of professional educators engaging you in ‘wow’ insights and providing practical tools for making a difference.
Paul Bernabei, Tom Cody and Willow Sweeney have combined over 75 years of teaching, counseling and coaching. They’ve worked with schools, businesses, churches & organizations throughout the U. S.
Over 25,000 teachers from Boston to Honolulu have attended Top 20 training. Of those surveyed, 99% said it had value for them personally, professionally and for their students.