Steve Hawes

Speaking/Consultation Areas: "The Winning Way via The Brain Train", Brain-Based Learning Styles, Classroom Management, Design and Structure, Managing Kids At-Risk, 50 Winning Ideas for a Successful Classroom, 10 Proven Steps to a Winning Classroom, Instructional Strategies Through Hands-On Modeling and Interaction

Presentation Style: Friendly, humorous, enthusiastic, sincere. Knowledgeable but unpretentious. Steve's genuine love for kids is obvious from the first moments of each presentation. He brings a day-to-day practitioner's perspective. His upbeat yet matter-of-fact style is a hit with teachers.

The Winning Way is a Brain-Based Learning Styles Program developed by award-winning teacher Steve Hawes. The program is designed for teachers, by a teacher. Steve has over 20 years of experience in the classroom and teaching degrees from four States with successful results and through his exceptional ideas, he truly believes that all his work and efforts have led him to his Award-Winning educational program, "The Winning Way." The program is dedicated to students and teachers who truly have the desire to learn into the 21st Century. Mr. Hawes has shared his ideas with thousands of educators and future educators.

The program includes over 50 Power Tips, Win Hints and 10 Successful Winning Steps by utilizing The Way Box. This action-based, brain-based program combines Working with Individuals' Needs, plus Wonder, Anticipation, Yearning for knowledge, with imagination - bringing back enthusiasm and fun into education. You will learn new and exciting ways to update and improve your teaching styles to help guide your students to a successful future and help them become a true "Winner". So, jump on board The Brain Train and share in the enjoyment of being a winning teacher who develops true leaders for tomorrow's educational needs.

Steve Hawes is a fifth grade teacher at Stanley Switlick Elementary School in Marathon, Florida. He is also a motivational speaker and workshop presenter. He was a Who’s Who American Teacher in 1996, 1998 and 2006.