Proven Strategies, Immediate Results
Social Emotional Learning
• Learn & practice the 5 best
relationship building strategies
including the 2 x 10.
• Learn how to get your students to
• Tired of hearing your students say,
“When are we ever going to use this?”
Discover 3 ways to make your class
relevant every day.
• Discover 5 effective strategies to
facilitate better impulse control.
• Learn a dozen easy ways for
students to experience real success
Q and A with Colleen if you want to
Program agenda subject to change based on group needs.
(on your own)
with Proven Interventions
• Come away with to
rationally and smoothly manage power
• If detention and suspension
worked the same kids would not
always be there! Discover how to
make it hard for kids to get themselves
removed from your class.
• Learn to properly and effectively
remove a disruptive student so they
leave peacefully and want to return.
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When Teaching Gets Tough
• Encourage and inspire your most
reluctant learners with 5 simple
• Discover the most important
attitude for success with tough
students and 3 ‘can’t miss’ ways to
Ignite Enthusiasm for Learning
• Learn the most effective way to get
kids to want to change.
• Do your students complain that
things “are not fair?” I will show you
how to never hear your students say
these 3 words again!
• Discover the 2 most important keys
to having a motivating classroom
and rules that work!
Eliminate the Language of Failure
teaching strategies guaranteed to
motivate and reduce disruptive
• Learn 2 concrete strategies to turn
around students who literally do
• Learn exactly what to say to gain
cooperation and support from
is the best there is at working with challenging
kids. She has been an educator and staff development trainer for more
than 33 years. She worked for 23 years in the Syracuse City Schools as
a teacher, administrator and staff development specialist developing
support in traditional and alternative settings. She created and
implemented a training program for struggling teachers. She worked
with truant students in a one room school house for several years
staff development for teachers and administrators on topics such as curriculum, instruction,
behavior management, and technology integration. In 2006, she began a school for at risk high
school students from four of the largest high schools in central New York.
Colleen holds a B.A. from SUNY Buffalo, a M.S. from Syracuse University and a C.A.S from SUNY
Discipline with Dignity® program for the past 20 years.