Live webinar recording:
Learn how to bring the WOOP (Wish, Outcome, Obstacle, Plan) method to your school or district. Originally developed for adults, Dr. Gabriele Oettingen has worked with Character Lab to use and research WOOP in the classroom setting. When used with fidelity, WOOP helps students set and achieve goals and improves student effort.
In this session, Panorama's Kevin Stein and Character Lab's Jenn Charlot join Dr. Oettingen to discuss using the WOOP method with teachers and students. Bring free resources back to your district and school to share effective goal-setting practices that can spark enthusiasm and improve effort.
Dr. Gabriele Oettingen is Professor of Psychology at New York University. Dr. Oettingen is recognized internationally for her research on goal-setting, movtivation, and positive thinking strategies. Working with Character Lab, Dr. Oettingen has tested and applied the WOOP (Wish, Outcome, Obstacle, Plan) method to school and classroom settings, showing that WOOP can significantly improve students' efforts and outcomes when the method is used with fidelity by educators.
Jenn Charlot, Ed.L.D., is Director of Implementation at Character Lab. Jenn has nearly10 years of experience in the public education sector – first as a school social worker, then as a district administrator and as the co-leader of a small school in New York City, where she spearheaded all social and emotional programming. Jenn has also worked for Turnaround for Children, Newark Public Schools, and co-founded the non-profit Konbit Pou Edikasyon. She earned her Doctorate in Education Leadership at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education.
Kevin Stein taught 4th grade for 5 years in Long Beach, California and Chicago. On the client success team at Panorama, Kevin works with many schools and districts to collect and use feedback data to inform teaching and learning in the classroom and strategic planning at the school and district level.