Current Course Schedule

Celebrating All Learners at Year's End (ages 4 - 17 Years)

This workshop will support planning for socially distanced or virtual closing events and activities that create a true sense of belonging for all students. A brief exploration of personality diversity will focus on the ways that introverts and extroverts differ in terms of their sensitivity to stimulation and sensitivity to rewards. Research-based strategies are easily implemented to enhance student engagement prior to the end of the year; support for temperament-inclusive closing events and activities; and empower students to recharge over the summer in ways that suit their unique style. For teachers, administrators, parents, caregivers, and child life specialists.
  • Focus On
    5th - 12th Grade, Grades K - 5
  • Category
    Childhood / Elementary School, Middle School / High School, Online
  • Registration Options and Cost
    $75 2.0 CTLE or 0.2 CEU


Spring 2021

  • Section 01: May 1
    • Charlotte L. Stiverson
      Charlotte L. Stiverson
      Charlotte Stiverson has an MS in Museum Education from Bank Street College and a BA in elementary education/art from Centre College of KY. In 2016, she trained in Quiet Revolution’s Ambassador program, increasing her commitment to teaching to all temperament types, especially our quiet children. Stiverson retired from the elementary classroom in 2018 with 40 years of teaching experience. She continues her Quiet Ambassador work with parent education and has written a children’s book, Nellie’s Walk (APEX Award for Publication Excellence), with her second book, A Bird’s Eye View of the Hopewell, published in 2019.
    • Heidi Kasevich
      Heidi Kasevich
      Heidi Kasevich, PhD, founded Kase Leadership Method to help students and adults alike to use self-awareness to optimize their ability to lead in today’s world. Kasevich is a frequent speaker at educational conferences nationwide, where her focus is guiding communities to foster inclusive cultures where people of all temperaments thrive. In her role as Director of Education at Quiet Revolution, she was featured on NPR and in numerous publications, including Huffington Post, New York Magazine, and Harvard Magazine. Her proficiency is grounded in over 20 years of experience as educator and department chair at schools in New York City. She received her BA from Haverford and PhD from New York University.