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From:Friday, May 24, 2013 12:14 AM -0500
Subject:Teacher - are you stressed and frustrated due to students acting out? 
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Classroom Management - Differentiated Instruction
Announcing a 2-Day Seminar
Duluth, minnesota

Attend one or both days

Training for Educators - By Educators...
Full details at

2 Day Seminar – Up to 6 graduate credits
Attend one or both days

Day 1: Classroom Management - Small Changes, Big Results: Research based methods of removing unwanted classroom behavior and creating more instructional time in the classroom.

Day 2: Differentiated Instruction - Motivate the Unmotivated: 
Strategies for Student Motivation and Engagement – Strategies developed to help energize your lessons and get students involved in their learning.

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!

Click Here to register.

Duluth - July 22 & 23, 2013
Country Inn and Suites,
Duluth North

4257 Haines Rd

If you are not 100% satisfied, let us know at the end of the training day and you will receive a full refund.
Earn up to 6 graduate level professional development credits (credits optional)-
This is a great opportunity for teacher/educator certificate renewal and salary advancement.

Visit for complete graduate credit details.


What Your Colleagues Are Saying…

“I am actually looking forward to having a discipline issue just to utilize the strategies.”
Tammy Armstrong, Palestine ISD High School

“I usually do not give perfect scores…until now. I feel I learned plenty valuable techniques to bring back to my classroom.”
Melissa Rademeyer, Francis Howell Central High School,Cottleville MO

“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?!”
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“The most useful material I have heard in my 6 years as a teacher.”
Debbie Minshew, Gregory-Portland ISD Elementary

“It is such a joy to have a presenter who relates to the real world and has great ideas for all to use.”
Karen Cook, Greenwood ISD Elementary

“I appreciated the combination of humor and straight-forward presentation. The presentation was implemented with respect and flexibility. The information was helpful and blends nicely with what we are already doing.”
Rick Fraisse, Principal,Tualatin Oregon Elementary

“Our attendance of the seminar was timely. We just completed year three of PBIS implementation but seemed to be floundering in our efforts to cultivate relationships with students and teach expected behaviors. This presentation augmented our knowledge-base in these areas and resulted in a reaffirmation of why we chose teaching as our profession and the importance of retaining the respect for the individual during the learning/discipline process.”
Karla Tiefenthaler, Superintendent, North Wood School, Salem, MO

VISIT OUR WEBSITE to REGISTER NOW or Click here to register.

Educationally yours,

Eric Combs M. Ed., 2006 Ohio Teacher of the Year
Small Changes, Big Results!

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