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Monday, September 19 • 10:15am - 11:00am
Low-Tech Classroom Management for Your High-Tech School: Getting What You Want From Digital Natives the First Time You Ask

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Flipped classrooms, technology integration and 1:1 programs are designed to engage digital natives in deeper learning while saving teachers and administrators time. Yet even in high-tech schools, educators on average are losing 5-9 hours a week on lower-level discipline challenges. Teachers: Wouldn't you rather spend your time planning and delivering powerful, technology-rich lessons than managing pesky behaviors? Academics and discipline go hand in hand. You can be the best content instructor, with the latest in technology resources, but without the ability to control the classroom, the best lessons remain underliverred. Adminitrators: Classroom management has been rated the most important variable when implementing and sustaining any technology initiative. Classroom management (or lack of) can make or break your ability to move forward as a tech-savy school. You do not need to spend any more money on digital curricula, fancy devices, or trendy experts to increase student performance until you have given your teachers the world-class classroom management training they need to create calm, quiet, happy, high-performing environments in which students can excel. In this session, participants will learn how to avoid the "debate bait" - how to eliminate warnings and multiple requests. Your school can increase academics, decrease discipline challenges, gain parent support, and empower all educators to effectively use the technology resources they've been given. Take-aways will include strategies and techniques that will change your classroom and campus climate immediately. Educators like you have reduced their discipline challenges by over 70% using these tips, and you can too!

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Rusty May

Director, Bullying & School Safety Foundation
I'm a educational consultant who love to help teachers create more time to teach by helping students learn the behaviors they need to truly succeed in the classroom and beyond.


Monday September 19, 2016 10:15am - 11:00am
Coquina B 100 North Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32118