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From:Thursday, May 24, 2012 10:18 PM -0500
Subject:Teachers - enjoy Summer break - BUT - school will start again! 
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Teachers - enjoy the upcoming Summer break.
school will start again (the new school year is around the corner!)...

YES - next school year will start - and a new set of students will walk through your classroom door.

In the beginning - the "honeymoon" period (everyone may be on their best behavior)... after a short time though... - "IT" starts again (interuptions during direct instruction, inappropriate remarks, challenging student behaviors!).

(before the next school year starts!)...

Learn the techniques that will reduce disicipline challenges 70, 80 even 90% immediately (reported by teachers PK - 12th grade!).




(it's not just about raising test scores!)   

  • Teach MUCH MORE of your curriculum each year!
  • Develop classroom rapport and gain parental support!
  • Empower students to learn appropriate classroom behavior!
  • Decrease discipline challenges and focus on teaching!
  • Eliminate nearly all multiple warnings and repeated requests!
Earn up to 3 graduate level professional development credits. 

This is a great opportunity for teacher/educator certificate renewal and salary advancement.  

Visit the website for
complete details.  

What Your Colleagues Are Saying…

“We were all hooked from the first minute on. You could tell that our presenter has spent many, many years in classrooms. Denver Public School teachers enjoyed and learned so much that we had our trainer come back and train in our schools . . . and the results have been astonishing!”
Rick Dutton, Director of Elementary Education – Denver Public Schools

“Five blue stars! The presenter taught us how to be firm, yet fair with our students. I feel confident that I can handle literally any event in my classroom – in a positive fashion.”
Deb Ptasky, counselor

“What a wonderful seminar. What a useful seminar! The presenter shared the most powerful solution to problem behavior I’ve ever heard of. I wish I would have learned this stuff in college.”
Mick Endley, 2nd grade teacher
“Unbelievable! This trainer was the most entertaining speaker I have ever heard! He taught our teachers how to restore civility in their classrooms, gave us tons of useful and practical tips, and was funny and entertaining! The seminar was riddled with tools and techniques that our teachers will use on a daily basis.”
Darrell Rud, principal, President, National Association of Elementary School Principals

“Wow! Learn how to draw a line in the sand in your classroom, have high standards and happy students. What more could you ask for?!”

“I am a thirty year veteran. I thought I’d seen all – done all. However, I learned more today about successfully managing my classroom than I have in thirty-seven years of experience. Maybe I’ll sign on for another five years!”
Jim Nolstad, classroom teacher (6th grade)
  “This seminar leader took a very complex issue (classroom discipline) and reduced it to an understandable, very easy set of strategies that any classroom teacher can use. I can’t wait to start school on Monday and try this out!”
Andy Smith, high school math teacher
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