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Thursday, July 17 • 10:30am - 10:50am
Blast Bad Behavior and Conquer Curriculum

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Provide teachers with strategies that give more time to teach while freeing principals from being constant disciplinarians, and increasing their time to be educational leaders. Learn how to dramatically increase instruction time, and decrease time spent giving multiple warnings/repeated requests. One of the greatest misconceptions in education is that students come to school knowing how to behave. With the numerous low level interruptions teachers experience each day, precious instructional time is lost. Classroom techniques will be shared that enhance learning, reduce teacher stress, and dramatically decrease the number of student referrals. This leading edge seminar demonstrates highly successful discipline strategies/tools that work! These tools enable teachers to: teach disrespectful students to be respectful, and motivate the most challenging students. There will be time to teach because the classroom will be a safe, calm, productive environment. These smart, proven, practical strategies can be effectively used at every grade level. They are supported by leading educational researchers such as Marzano, and have been tested in classrooms across America for over 20 years. Teachers will be able to spend time doing what they do best…teaching!

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 10:30am - 10:50am
Plaza Ballroom

Attendees (24)