How to Thrive and Survive in Your Classroom – Teachers Guide


how-to-thrive-inthe-classroom-headerHow to Thrive and Survive in Your Classroom – Teachers Guide

Do You Want To Know How To Create Your Ideal Classroom, Motivate Your Students, Maintain Their Attention And Keep Them On Task Without Screaming, Pleading Or Burning Yourself Out?”


Finally, affordable professional development to enable you to be an ideal teacher.

How to Thrive and Survive in Your Classroom – Teachers Guide

Here Are The Details…

What are you going to get?

You will receive special access to a download page where you can instantly download all the digital recordings and handouts. You will be able to refer to all the recordings and notes over and over again. You will also be able to download them to your computer, iPod or copy them to a CD. Here’s exactly what you’re going to get:

1 Session recording of 120 minutes
4 Session recordings of 90 minutes
8 Hours of Professional Development from the comfort of your own home
12 Strategies every successful classroom teacher needs to address
2 Bonuses delivering value-added extras
6 Topics covered that were most requested in the survey
Extensive 176 page handout

Some of the tips you’ll discover in our program include:

– The secret to creating your ideal classroom (Once you master this technique, other teachers will beg you for your secret) (page 11)
– The best way to keep your unmotivated students engaged and on task with these 4 strategies (It’s tough keeping students focused all day. These strategies teach you how) (page 82)
– The proven technique to finding enough time in the day to get everything that needs to be done in the curriculum, while making sure you have a life outside of the classroom. (This one tip will save you hours each week) (page 75)
– 18 examples on how to keep the rest of the class learning and working while you work with a small group (Just imagine what your administrators will think when they see your classroom) (page 93)
– Exactly how to eliminate misbehaviors (This allows you to teach in a stress free environment making you a relaxed and happy teacher) (page 61)
– What’s really important in teaching (And it’s not what you think) (page 5)
– The secrets to individualizing instruction (If you don’t do this, students will misbehave, not listen to you and refuse to work) (page 90)
– 15 ways on how to change behavior using this simple method (You’ll avoid confrontations with parents and gain their respect and respect from your administrators) (page 154)
– A complete list on how to be a successful teacher (This list is so simple to follow, yet so effective, you’re going to wonder why you didn’t do this sooner) (page 7)
– What you absolutely MUST do to bring about permanent change in your classroom (Once you master this method, you’ll be able to deal with any change (page 18)
– The 3 questions you must ask before and after your lesson to ensure successful teaching and learning experiences (This will simplify your complicated curriculum documents giving you the confidence to teach any curriculum) (p. 28)
– The best way to creating a good school (And how you can be the vital person in creating it) (page 43)
– How to make that first day of school your best ever (If you mess up that first day, there are ways of recovering, in spite of what the gurus have to say) (page 51)
– The crucial data you need BEFORE you give out a consequence (Once you learn how to do this, you’ll always be “on top of things” and “in control”) (page 64)
– The RIGHT way set and achieve your goals (This is my time tested and proven strategy on how to get what you really want) (page 104)
– The proven way to get the BEST out of your students (Imagine parents and students thanking you at the end of the school year. This method shows you how) (page 116)
– The ABSOLUTE and MOST EFFECTIVE way to assess students (page 127)
– 44 ways to quench the flames of burnout (Follow these simple suggestions to a healthier and happier you) (page 141)
– And much more…

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How to Thrive and Survive in Your Classroom – Teachers Guide