What We Do

Supporting Educators

Professional Learning for Educators

Students who learn differently face pivotal times in middle and high school, and educators play a critical role in supporting them through this period of personal, academic growth and transformation. By centering on student voices and real-life examples, Eye to Eye workshops offer a unique perspective and innovative approach to understanding the social-emotional needs of students who learn differently, creating inclusive and supportive environments where they thrive and ensuring effective accommodations and supports.

1 Featuring First-Hand Student and Educator Stories

Alongside the first-hand stories and experiences of our engaging facilitators, participants also hear directly from students who learn differently and the educators who support them throughout the workshop as they help bring the content to life through inspiring and thought-provoking stories and testimonials from their own journey to empowerment.

2 Including Easy to Implement Tips and Tools

In addition to gaining a deeper understanding of what it means to learn differently and increased empathy for the student experience, participants also leave each workshop with a new set of tools in their toolbelt that are actionable and easy to implement school-wide. After the workshop, participants will continue to benefit from exclusive access to Eye to Eye’s national network and receive ongoing resources, engaging content and exclusive invitations to special events.

Meet Your Facilitators

Robby Brice

Inspired by his own experience as a student who learned differently, Robby spent seven years teaching middle school ELA, History and ESL in traditional public, charter, and private schools throughout LA, DC, and NY. Robby has a B.A. from Louisiana State University, Masters in Teaching from the University of West Georgia, and is currently pursuing his Ph.D in Education.

Logan Guilbeau

During his 9 years in public education as a teacher, dean, and assistant principal, Logan saw how much of a struggle it was for his students with learning differences. He has since directed his focus to improve the academic outcomes of all students. He has a B.A. in History with a Minor in English from the University of Louisiana, and Masters in Educational Administration from Grand Canyon University.

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