Respectful, Responsible, & Engaged: Live Training for Teachers | Teach 4 the Heart
Respectful, Responsible and Engaged (Reversed)


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Discover 5 steps to end the battles & get your students excited to learn

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Are you tired of the constant struggle? Even if you’ve got the basics of classroom management down, trying to get our students to be responsible, work hard, focus, and respect each other (and you) can often feel like fighting a losing battle.

Disrespect, apathy, blank stares - it's certainly not what we anticipated when we got into teaching. No, we dreamed about leading passionate discussions with students who were excited about learning.

We imagined ourselves building meaningful relationships that enabled us to make a real difference in our students' lives and create a classroom culture of respect, trust, and responsibility.

It’s not impossible, my friend. You CAN get you & your students working together on the same team. And that's exactly what we'll do in this training.

In this FREE training, you'll learn how to....

  • ​Earn your students' respect
  • Easily build relationships with challenging students
  • Get your students excited to learn
  • Help your students take responsibility for their own learning
  • End the arguments in your classroom for good
  • And much more!

Over 5,931 teachers have benefited from our live trainings. Here's what a few of them had to say:


Thank you so much for sharing your experiences with the teaching community. It has made a huge difference in my first day of school already. My principal dropped in during my first block and gave me positive feedback on practicing procedures until they become rituals and routines.

Luann H. Teacher

Thank you so much, I finally got time to watch the video. I found it so helpful and encouraging that I am already practicing some of these techniques, which I give all glory to God for giving me the wisdom and His Spirit. However, I learned so much from watching your video and I will definitely share with my coworkers. God bless you

Jeannie 4th grade teacher

I did a shake it up! Morning and end of the day packing up were crazy. My least favorite part of the day! So, I did it! We are on day 5 and the kids are responding to the new routine. I also modified my behavior strategy giving a warning first and then consequences. The non-consequence warning is definitely getting their attention and I've only taken away recess times a couple times since. Thank you for your insight.

About Your Instructor

Linda Kardamis

Linda Kardamis

My early days as a middle school math teacher resembled a roller coaster of highs and lows, successes and utter failures.

Thankfully, through sound advice, a bit of trial and error, and much prayer, I gradually learned how to keep my students attention, and I started to believe I could actually do this.

But even after I got to the point where my class was (for the most part) controlled & on-task, I still sometimes felt like I was fighting with them - trying to force them to learn against their will.

Thankfully, teaching is a journey of continued growth, of seeking out even better ways to engage our students and impact their lives.

The ideas I'm going to share in the training hold the power to transform your classroom into a place where respect, responsibility & engagement are the norm and your students are excited to learn.  You won't want to miss them!

See you there!

Don't miss this EXCLUSIVE training.

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Struggling to keep control?

We recommend our other live training: Back-to-School Classroom Management Solutions. You'll come away with a simple plan to start off right & keep control all year long.

Find out more about the free Back-to-School Classroom Management Solutions training

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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.

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