Call us at (619) 634-3082
Educational Settings:
 Educator Trainings/On-Campus Culture Program/ Family Support Groups
OBJECTIVES of Training:

-Identify possible student challenges in regards to their learning capabilities
- Learn proven techniques to best assist and support those students that struggle in an educational environment, while maintaining a culture of learning and safety in the classroom
- Provide learning experiences, with a theme of empathy through two challenging, guided activities 
-Produce a positive nurturing learning environment
-Build on positive relationships and friendships
-Open discussions and respect of different backgrounds


*This training has also been modified and presented to transportation departments of various school districts

**Please note: Each training module is uniquely modified to the needs of your District and its educators 

QUALIFICATIONS 

 Through Ms. Allen-Potter's six years of experience in the classroom as a teacher in San Diego and Fresno Unified School Districts and her close relationships with many educators, she understands that our educators can find themselves struggling with engagement and learning objectives. The need to know how to best assist and support those students in their classrooms, especially those who live with unseen challenges, while maintaining a culture of learning and acceptance in their rooms and on their campus', is imperative for these young adults and their futures.

Ms. Allen-Potter has also presented this training at the Cal Ed Conference in Sacramento, CA. for educators. 

Interested in offering this 60 minute training to your district educators? Send us an email via our contact page.





















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United Learning Foundation

Disability Consulting Firm
In the state of California, U.L.F. previously satisfied a standard for education curriculum, prior to the Common Core Curriculum standards, geared to prepare a life for success. 

College and Career Readiness (CCR) Anchor Standard: 
-Students will engage effectively in a range of discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacher led) with diverse partners.

Special Education Local Plan Area Goals of: 
Community Involvement and Support
Social Acceptance of Children with Disabilities
Staff Development Programs

U.L.F. On-Campus Culture Program
    Educator Training
Sensitivity in Service:
Assisting Students with Unseen Disabilities
This On-Campus Culture Program is where U.L.F. began in 2010.

For years this program defined U.L.F.'s mission of teaching compassion and one-ness to our youth before it further expanded its purpose to all other programs.  Based on Tiffany Potter's work as a substitute teacher for six years in San Diego Unified School District and the realization, as she worked with new classes, that our children are hungry for someone to speak honestly to them about what it is like to live a challenged life; she decided to offer up her life and experiences as a teaching opportunity.

Meeting them at eye level, she shares her stories, discusses the hurts and sadness accompanied with being bullied, teaches them empathy for each other through a simple yet profound activity, allows time for questions and great group discussions, and offers hope and healing through a special 60 minute presentation with each classroom or group.

This program continues to be sought-out  and we will satisfy all requests for visitation to your campus or organization, wherever you may be.

While we love every single school that has brought United Learning Foundation to their site 
we are honored that Sanger Unified School District in Sanger, CA. has utilized
U.L.F.'s On-Campus Culture Program in their schools. 
Acknowledged by U.S. News and World Report
as containing "...five high schools. The district contains two schools that received gold, silver or 
bronze medals in U.S. News's Best High Schools rankings." 
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    All children struggle the same, whether there are those who stumble through normal daily learning activities or those who have a developmental/cognitive disability. While some students have assistance through their 504's and IEP's, some children go without a diagnosis and a lack of resources. 

    This training program helps educators identify behaviors of challenged learners, and provides practical tools and techniques to aid children into a successful educational career. All while maintaining a culture of learning.