How much would student achievement increase if students were on task 5, 10, or even20 hours more each week?
Educators realize that we are losing precious instruction time to pesky low-level discipline challenges. We all must realize that academics and discipline go hand in hand. An educator can be the best content instructor on campus but without the ability to control the classroom, the best lessons will remain undelivered.
What could be accomplished if student discipline challenges decreased 70% or more?
If you want to increase student achievement, you must first put a system in place for discipline that empowers your teachers to improve behaviors of students in the classroom. You can provide your staff with world-class training on classroom management to help you achieve these goals.
Is teacher job satisfaction and less stress important to the success of your school system?
This training will help your staff gain back that lost teaching time with research based, proven strategies that minimize or eliminates 70 – 90% of low-level, chronic behaviors.
Is teacher turnover a concern?
– Classroom management was rated as the most important variable to building and sustaining a high achieving classroom.
– Classroom management “or lack of” is also the number one reason why educators are leaving the profession.
– Our application based strategies and techniques provide your teachers with the support and tools they need for success.
Staff members may, optionally, earn college credit following my on-site training!
Credit is available through Brandman University a part of the Chapman University System. Both Chapman and Brandman Universities are regionally accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Brandman BestStaff members attending my one-day classroom management seminar have the opportunity of earning up to THREE graduate level professional development credits. Credits are awarded upon completion of follow-up practicum projects and payment of an additional fee.
Supports PBIS, RTI, PLC’s and other fine programs.