Steve The Facilitator

Workshops designed to inspire and motivate your students so they engage in learning and achieve their best results

Our workshops are designed to bring out the best in your students, so that they will achieve more.

Whichever stage of their educational journey they are at, there are workshops to inspire and motivate your students.

Working and speaking in schools throughout the UK since 2001, Steve understands the pressure you face  – you can not afford to waste a penny.

You want effective workshops that will genuinely connect with students.

To help you,  a valuable Impact Report is produced after each workshop so you can assess the impact made on the students.

Steve Beckles - Ebusua

Workshop One
Motivation! Motivation! Motivation!
Learn how to be and stay motivated.
All Year Groups

Motivating students is probably the biggest challenge for teachers and parents alike. It is also one of the most important factors to a student’s success because a student who is not motivated will not learn effectively.

This session is all about becoming motivated about school. This highly interactive session is focused on engaging students and supplying them with vital techniques, not just to get them to become motivated but to remain motivated.

There are many reasons why a student lacks motivation, they may feel that they have no interest in the subject, or be distracted by external influences. This session will challenge their present mindset and give them effective approaches to overcome their lethargic attitude to school.

The sessions will cover:

  • What is motivation, and why are motivated all the time?
  • What do you believe about yourself?
  • How can you overcome a fixed mindset to become motivated?
  • How do you develop and maintain a growth mindset?
  • Why is gratitude important to remain motivated?
  • Setting workable and manageable goals to maintain motivation.
  • What are the four steps to motivational success?

This session is an ideal Year group assembly session.

Workshop Two
Social Media and Teenagers

Social media is a way for teenagers to stay in touch with their friends
However, there is a great concern about the effects social media is happening on our teenagers.

Social media is a way for teenagers to stay in touch with their friends. Teens have always talked after school, long before social media – hanging out at the bus stop, at the local park, chatting on the phone – now they just have a different platform to do so.

It is an important part of socialising and connection in the modern world. Teenagers and social media users are increasing every day.

• Inadequacy about your life or appearance…
• Fear of missing out (FOMO)
• Isolation
• Depression and anxiety
• Cyberbullying
• Self-absorption
• A fear of missing out (FOMO) can keep you returning to social media over and over again

This session explores these areas in an engaging and interactive way to ensure the student is able to have fun, as well as be made aware of the harmful aspects of social media.

Workshop Three
Owning Your Behaviour – Making the Right Choice!
All Year Groups

Taking responsibility and making the right choice is not always easy for a student. They have the complications of peer pressure, self-limiting beliefs, possibly having a fixed mindset and not forgetting the rampant hormones in their delicate adolescent years.

However, this does not excuse poor choices, leading to disruptive behaviour.

So this interactive and engaging session has been specially designed to help the students look at the possible causes of their poor choices and how to make the right choices.

The sessions will cover:

  • Understanding your choices – The Fight or Flight response
  • Beliefs about yourself
  • Inner confidence to make the right choice
  • Negative Peer Pressure
  • Fixed mindset v Growth mindset
  • Personal Responsibility

This is a two-session workshop, the maximum number of attendees being 10.

Workshop Four
Overcoming The Psychological Barriers Of Studying!
All Year Groups

Getting students to focus and study can be a massive struggle. Many students waste hours of valuable time not knowing what or where to start. They are often trying to overcome the psychological barrier which prevents them from studying.

Consequently these students often end up feeling confused, frustrated, and most of all demotivated.

The session is based on the psychology of studying from Steve’s book, Because I Said So-‘Understanding Your Teenager’

The sessions will cover:

  • What is your belief about studying/revision?
  • Why is studying/revision so difficult?
  • How can you mentally prepare yourself for studying/revision success?
  • What is the 30-10 rule and why does it work?
  • How can you think outside the box and surprise your brain into studying and revising with ease?

This session is for all year groups, it can be delivered as a half day or full day programme.

To find out more, or to discuss your requirements, get in touch today

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