River's Path School Consulting Focuses on:

Innovation  •  Thriving Learning Communities  •  Collaboration  •  Student Agency  •  Teacher Growth

Who is responsible for learning in your school?

The more time I spend in schools, the more I believe the keys to successful working together lie in relationships. Each teacher has so much to learn from one another, and the effects of our work are magnified when commitments are shared and conversations are open, challenging, and supportive. Systems support our work together, and for these systems to be effective, the process of development needs to be a process of listening, learning, creating and committing.

Ronald Lalonde

Ronald Lalonde, Ed. D., brings 21 years of experience in schools around the world to his work as a school consultant. Ron focuses on the development of school wide commitments that create transparency and a sense of trust in your learning organization.

Possible Workshops for Your Teams

  • Becoming a developmental organization
  • Change management
  • Personal growth as the road to professional growth
  • Strengths-based schooling
  • Assessment and reporting
  • Supervision, evaluation and professional growth

Contact us for a conversation about your school

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Who dares to teach must never cease to learn.

John Cotton Dana