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Have you ever had a confrontation with a student? Did you lose your self-control? Said something you regretted?

I am going to share with you one of the top 3 blunders that most teachers make that keep them sleepless, stressed-out and hungry for success.

 
Self-control is a research proven strategy that for over 27-years has reduced discipline problems in classrooms by 90%. That’s right, 90%! Self-control is also one strategy that teachers forget to use – and thus – they continue to see discipline disruptions in the classroom, and lessons end up not being taught.

 

Announcing a 1-Day Seminar

BLOOMINGTON, MN

ROCHESTER, MN

 

In my powerful full-day seminar you will walk away with fun strategies that will help you elegantly side step the challenges. I’m going to reveal how diffusers communicate a certain level of empathy and save you instructional time by not engaging in a potential confrontation.

 

Full details at www.PowerfulClassroomStrategies.com

 

 

So next time a student says, “This isn’t how Mr. Smith did it last year”, respond with “I understand” and immediately resume teaching.  “Why do we have to have so much homework”, respond with, “I’m sorry” and immediately resume teaching. 

 

Having these 2 statements and other diffusers next to your desk is a good practice when first implementing them.

 

All you have to do is click on the link below for additional information and to register for my seminar.

 

www.PowerfulClassroomStrategies.com

 

Training for Educators – By Educators… I am offering this seminar in Bloomington, MN, April 26 and in Rochester, MN, April 27.  This seminar is being held on Friday and Saturday to minimize substitute costs and school expenses, and teachers can use the credit hours as part of their license renewal plans.  The cost of the graduate credits is included in the seminar fee .

 

Also, as a thank you for entrusting me with your time I will add two more common blunders that teachers make and give you strategies on how to avoid them. That’s five most common blunders teachers make that keep them sleepless, stressed-out and hungry for success.

 

So right now click on the link below and choose which seminar you want to register for. 

 

Visit our website to Register Now or Click here to register

 

www.PowerfulClassroomStrategies.com

 

Up to 3 graduate credits available

 

Classroom Management –
Small Changes, Big Results:

Research based methods of removing unwanted classroom behavior and creating more instructional time in the classroom.

 

ENJOY TEACHING AGAIN! Participants learn techniques that will allow them to complete the lesson cycle in the classroom (without constant disruptions). Students will be focused on instruction – and teachers will see success in results!

 

Register now at www.PowerfulClassroomStrategies.com

 

Announcing Upcoming Seminars 
Classroom Management –
Small Changes, Big Results

 

Friday, April 26, 2013
Hyatt Place Minneapolis Airport – South

Bloomington, Minnesota


Saturday, April 27, 2013
Holiday Inn Rochester Downtown

Rochester, Minnesota

 

Teach the unmotivated to be motivated 
Teach the irresponsible to be responsible
Teach the disrespectful to be respectful


For additional information and to register click on the link below

 

www.PowerfulClassroomStrategies.com

 

We will give you strategies proven to increase student scores, expand parental support, and improve teacher job satisfaction – all while significantly reducing classroom disruptions.

 

  • Raise standardized test scores for all students!
  • 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 for our 
1-day seminar. This is a great opportunity for teacher/educator 
certificate renewal and salary advancement. Attend our seminar 
for 0, 1, 2, or 3 credits.

www.PowerfulClassroomStrategies.com

 

Small Changes, BIG RESULTS!


 25088 Lake Park Court
Magnolia, TX 77355


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