New Teacher Professional Development Program Gives Teachers Ways of Coping with Conflict With Students In The Classroom.
A recently added Teacher Professional Development program now throughout thelecture tour could change teacher, parents and educators lives forever. That at least in the opinion of 2013 Milken’s national teaching award winner, Ms. Candance Ewing. The Teachers Professional Development presentation Conflict resolution methods forthe classroom, in a program that addresses the problemsthat a lot ofteachers have inside theclassroom with troubled students.
“Teachers who usethese conflict resolution strategies have seen adjustments totheir overall classroom environment because they're notcheesy and sophomoric, the truth isyour students don’t even realize that you are implementing any type of strategy on them that how powerful they may be.” explains, Jamahl Keyes, author, speaker and Teacher Professional development in service trainer.
Jamahl Keyes’s leadingTeachers Professional Development presentation Conflict resolution approaches forthe classroom have already beenfeatured in conferences, in services and workshops all over the country. Through real life stories, demonstrations and examples he highlightskey strategies and psychological triggers which can be usedby any adult when attempingto defuse a potentially hostile situation.
“Many of the methods I use in this presentation are the same ones that I used when I was a violence prevention coordinator for eight years,” says Jamahl Keyes, author, speaker and Teacher Professional development in service trainer. “Any adult can use these easy to implementstraightforward techniques toresolve any conflict within aelementary classroom, middle schoolclassroom or High Schoolclassroom.”