Working with ADHD Kids by Mr. Ron Walker (June 20, 21)

Mr. Walker's workshop will focus on behavioral strategies that work for students with ADHD and other disabilities. He will show you how to implement various effective strategies. Mr. Walker is a hands-on workshop presenter, who is widely regarded as one of the best presenters in education today!

Discipline for Alternative School Kids by Ms. Marilyn McGuire (June 20-22)

Ms. McGuire is a national and international consultant on violence prevention and intervention, discipline, conflict mediation and a variety of other topics. As a former teacher and administrator with 28 years of experience in K-12 education, Ms. McGuire's insights into critical issues are rooted in practice. She is the author of the Gangs and Violence video series published by American Guidance Service. Her sessions will focus on practical strategies that you can take back to your school.

Discipline for Kids with Attitudes by Dr. William N. Bender (June 20-23)

Dr. Bender's experience in a junior high school classroom and his recent publications in school violence, ADHD, learning disabilities, and discipline make him a highly sought after workshop presenter on disciplinary strategies for secondary classrooms. The focus for this session will be strategies for secondary classrooms to enable students with learning problems to achieve success.

Cooperative Discipline by Dr. Linda Albert (June 22)

Dr. Albert is internationally known as the author of Cooperative Discipline. She has presented to thousands of teachers in the U.S. and abroad, and her cooperative discipline approach is widely regarded as one of the most influential approaches to discipline. Dr. Albert addresses such challenges as coping with disruptive and inappropriate behavior, reducing violence, overcoming academic and developmental difficulties, drop-out prevention, reducing substance abuse, and improving self esteem.

Helping Minority Kids Succeed by Dr. Richard Ramsey (June 22, 23)

Dr. Ramsey has over 20 years of experience in the education field. He has served as a teacher, coach, athletic director, vice principal, and principal. Dr. Ramsey's vast experience has helped him to develop practical strategies on how to help minority students succeed in school. His sessions will offer proven solutions that will produce positive changes not only in the students, but in the school, the teachers, and the community.

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