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School Leadership: How to Improve
Student Achievement

Dr. Eric Jensen | October 3, 2019 | Columbus, OH

Hosted by Fast ForWord


Powerful professional development for administrators only.
Oct. 3, 2019
8:30 am
Only $99 per person!  
What will you learn at this seminar?
  • Discover new leadership skills and strategies that WILL make an impact on your students’ performance
  • Learn new insights into what is keeping your most struggling students from reaching their potential
  • Gain a better understanding of how students' and teachers' brains work so you can create a greater environment for learning


Hilton Columbus/Polaris

8700 Lyra Drive

Columbus, OH  43240


Room Reservations

A discounted room rate is available for $179 per night plus taxes by using the link below.


8:00 AM - 8:30 AM


8:30 AM - 8:45 AM

Welcome and Opening Remarks

8:45 AM - 12:15 PM

School Leadership: How to Improve Student Achievement

Eric Jensen, Ph.D.

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM


1:15 PM - 3:15 PM

What Now? Review and Apply the Day's Learnings

Eric Jensen, Ph.D.


3:15 PM

Closing Comments



Eric Jensen, Ph.D.

Dr. Eric Jensen is a former teacher and educational leader who grew up in San Diego, California. His MA is in Organizational Development and his Ph.D. is in Human Development.

As a leader, Jensen co-founded and led four multi-million-dollar companies including the first and largest brain-compatible academic enrichment program, now held in 14 countries with over 65,000 graduates.  For over two decades he has synthesized brain research and developed practical applications for educators.

Jensen has authored over 30 books including Teaching with Poverty in Mind, Tools for Engagement, Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind, Turnaround Tools for the Teenage Brain, Poor Students Rich Teaching, and Different Brains, Different Learners.

Jensen is a member of the invitation-only Society for Neuroscience, the President’s Club at Salk Institute of Biological Studies, and the New York Academy of Sciences.