What We Do
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.
Meet Your Facilitators
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.
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.