Discover vital strategies to reduce confusion, cut down on distractions, and help students focus and succeed.
As we anticipate Back-to-School 2020, so much is uncertain. But one thing is for sure: we cannot afford to waste precious time with our students dealing with a million disruptions & behavior problems.
More than ever, we need a calm classroom environment where our students can focus, learn, and grow.
But that won't happen by accident.
Whether you end up teaching in-person, online, or both, you must start the school year right - taking advantage of those first weeks to clearly teach procedures, communicate expectations, and get students in the habit of focusing rather than disrupting.
We'll teach you exactly how to do that - including 5 key mistakes to avoid - in this free training. Click the button below to sign up.
Jennifer, Instructional Coach
I'm Linda Kardamis. I always wanted to be teacher, but a few months in, I realized teaching was a whole lot harder than I thought it would be. Too many of my students just weren’t listening to me; many were outright belligerent. My confidence plummeted, and as much as I hated to admit it, I wasn’t enjoying teaching. Instead, I felt like a failure in my own classroom.
But God wasn’t done with me. Through sound advice, a bit of trial and error, and much prayer, I gradually learned to keep my students’ attention, and I started to believe I could actually do this.
As I stopped living in fear of the next problem, I began to look forward to teaching. And what a joy when I finally got to the point where my students were (for the most part) orderly, on-task, and fun to teach!
You can see the same turnaround - and I'll share exactly how to do it in the live training!
Start the school year RIGHT!
(Especially in 2020, we can't afford not to!)
Monday, July 27
Grab a spot in our 2nd live training: Respectful, Responsible & Engaged. You'll come away with practical strategies to build a respectful learning environment and get your students excited to learn.
Go ahead & sign up so that we can let you know if / when we have a video replay available.
There's nothing like being there live to get your questions answered live & interact with other teachers, but if you can't make it, you can't make it. And the video replay (assuming technology cooperates) is the next best thing.
Email us at email@example.com and we'll get you registered.