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Thursday, July 17 • 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Beat the Clock! Teach More in Less Time

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Involved in this presentation is a set of classroom strategies and beliefs that will give the teacher more time to teach. The information presented is research based, and is used nationwide. It gives teachers the tools to manage their classroom in a way that even the most difficult student can learn. What teachers will take from this is a belief system, and a set of strategies which will produce amazing results. Punishment does not work. It is a temporary fix for a set of behaviors. This will impact your teaching. Understanding certain beliefs will provide a foundation that will change the life of teachers and students. We are providing a set of strategies and beliefs that students and teachers will carry with them the rest of their lives. Who better to provide this than the teacher who acts as a role model and teaches life skills? Teachers are the provider of life skills and correct behaviors that will help the student excel today and tomorrow. What you expect and teach in the classroom will be your return.  

Moderators
avatar for Christine Olmstead

Christine Olmstead

Assistant Superintendent, Orange County Department of Education
Christine serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Instruction for the Orange County Department of Education. 

Speakers
TJ

Teresa Johns

Education consultant/Master teacher/ Educational entrepreneur
I have proven methods to share that reduce student disciplinary problems and meet the increasing demands for student performance. These strategies are research based and results driven. Learn how to remain clam and respond right when students challenge. Conflict is inevitable, but combat is optional. 80-90% of minor misbehaviors can be eliminated and power struggles avoided using these techniques. Students will enjoy coming to your class... Read More →


Thursday July 17, 2014 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Plaza Ballroom