Practical Strategies for Working Successfully with Difficult and Disruptive Students
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After retiring as a classroom teacher, Julia now works for the Bureau of Education and Research to help teachers manage their most difficult classes.
In a full-day seminar specifically designed for educators serving grades K-12, Julia offers:
Dozens of practical strategies to decrease disruptive and difficult student behaviors in K-12 classrooms
A wealth of practical strategies that can transform disruptive, difficult and challenging students into self-disciplined, cooperative, focused learners
Powerful strategies to reach and teach all students regardless of their negative attitudes and behaviors
Specific redirection and intervention strategies to help challenging students stay focused on learning instead of getting their needs met in disruptive ways
More than 100 ready-to-use instructional activities that will engage students in a dynamic learning environment
Highly effective methods for creating powerful classroom relationships that result in positive student interactions
Demonstrations, examples, video clips, and an extensive resource handbook filled with strategies, activities and techniques you can implement right away
If you are interested attending one of Julia's seminars, please contact BER at http://ber.org/
The Bureau of Education & Research (BER) is a sponsor of staff development training for professional educators in the United States and Canada offering seminars, PD Kits, self-study resources, and Online courses.