Why Should I Enroll in this E-Course?

This course is designed to inspire resilience within every educator. JT Taylor uses the metaphor of "boxing" to explain life as an educator.

By enrolling in this course educators will:

  1. Gain a concrete definition of teacher resilience
  2. Explore educational research on resilience
  3. Engage in a discussion on teacher stress, frustration, and burnout
  4. Receive (5) practical strategies for building and demonstrating resilience





How is the course structured?

This lecture/seminar is approximately 18 minutes long. It is designed to facilitate engagement and interaction in a virtual setting.





How do I enroll large groups?


For schools or districts desiring to enroll groups larger than 10 educators, please email [email protected] Thank you.











Contact Us

For all other inquiries related to Purpose Pushers Academy, pricing, and/or content, please email [email protected]


Course Curriculum

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"Build Capacity. Inspire Purpose."

Jahkari “JT” Taylor is an award-winning educator, researcher, instructional coach, author, entrepreneur, and highly-sought after speaker. He has presented across the nation at K-12 schools, colleges/universities, and professional conferences. Throughout his career, he has won numerous awards including the Iota Phi Lambda Emerald Educator Award, Teacher of the Year for Oscar Smith High School, and Overall City-Wide Teacher of the Year for Chesapeake Public Schools. In 2019, JT was selected as an ASCD Emerging Leader for the 2019 cohort.

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Unlimited Access for 30 Days!

Improved Instruction

Teachers have reported that instructional coaching has improved the quality of their instruction (Charner & Medrich, 2017).

Additional Instructional Tools

Teachers have also self-reported that their knowledge of research-based strategies increased as a result of receiving instructional coaching (Charner & Medrich, 2017)

Improved Collective Efficacy

Additionally, teachers have expressed a new interest in professional learning to improve their craft as a result of instructional coaching (Charner & Medrich, 2017).