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Dr. Champeau is a premium January Education Model Advisory Consultant and Speaker with a specialty in the area of relationships. His specialty is all things JEM but we have listed a short biography along with Professional Development and Speaking Specialties related to the January Education Model.

Dr. Ryan Champeau is a School Change Coach with the Center for Secondary School Redesign, Inc. He is among a team of authors that framed the high school improvement publication, Breaking Ranks II, published in February 2004 and distributed to every high school principal in the United States through a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He works with secondary schools creating personalized school cultures and teaching practices that honor student interests linked to real world applications.

Dr. Ryan Champeau helped increase learning and cultural results in diverse schools from challenged public schools in large urban centers, to charter schools, career academies and high achieving private institutions. His expertise spans work with policy-makers at the state and national levels along with individual districts and schools.

Dr. Champeau was honored as the 2009 Wisconsin High School Principal of the Year. In addition to his successful experience in diverse learning environments he is the author of articles on effective school leadership practices and a contributor to other publications, including the best seller, Failure is Not an Option, by Alan Blankstein. He has taught graduate courses at the University of Wisconsin – Madison and Marian University. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Dr. Champeau’s passion is helping schools develop relationships inside the school community that applauds diversity and manifests the natural Greatness in each child in a learner-centered environment.

Dr. Ryan Champeau’s January Education Model Professional Development Areas

  • Using Students’ Own Questions To Power Their Own Learning
  • Advisories as a springboard to student achievement
  • Grade Level Academies: How? What? & Why?
  • Designs for Competency Learning
  • Designing School Structures for Students

Dr. Ryan Champeau’s January Education Model Speaking Specialties (among others)

  • The Power of Advisories to Change the Culture of a School and Raise Student Achievement
  • Abolish the Carnegie Unit and Create a Learner-Centered Culture Instead
  • Career Academies: A Catalyst for Life After High School
  • Freshman Year: The January Model’s Keys to High School Success: What to Do, How to Do It, How to Sustain It
  • Why No Child Left Behind Has Left Our Kids Behind and What School Leaders Can Do About It

If you desire to bring Dr. Champeau to your school district, conference, convention or hire him in an advisory capacity please fill out the contact form to the right…mentioning Dr. Champeau.
We have a flat rate for all of the JEM Advisors. Speaker and/or Advising fees will include invoicing for expenses for travel, meals and a reasonable per diem. JEM does not charge for up to two travel days. Without a purchase order, an advance deposit is necessary. Questions: Please call the JEM Office 920-251-2052 between 9AM – 5PM CST to discuss obtaining Dr. Champeau and other JEM Consultants.

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Marcus “Dr. Respect” Gentry

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Marcus “Dr. Respect” Gentry – “Ten dominant principles in the philosophy of respect”

•Managing through Life’s Transitions: Twelve lessons from the airport for dramatically improving your life’s journey

•Building Resiliency: How to unlock your personal code for well being

•Creating better Relationships: The three keys to all successful relationships

•Improving your Leadership Skills: Enjoying The P.R.I.C.E of Leadership

•Successfully managing Stress: Getting the best out of a bad situation

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