Today's Children Tomorrow's Future - Baton Rouge
In-Person at Marriott Hotel Baton Rouge
October 23, 2021
8:00 am to
U.S. Time Zones
This Seminar Begins At:
Earn 6 Clock Hours
* Reduced capacity for this in-person event.
* Register early to guarantee your spot.
* Chairs will be distanced and reduced from 100% to 50% of capacity.
* State, local, and venue requirements concerning masks will be followed.
You do not have to choose. All of the following 5 TOPICS will be covered.
* 25 Alternatives to Raising Your Voice, Nagging, and Saying “No”
Do you find yourself sometimes nagging or saying the same things over and over again, and still the children do not listen? Do you say, “no,” and some children still do what they want? This topic is for you! Get 25 classroom-proven things to say and do that will end raising voices, nagging, and saying “no.”
* Soaring into Literacy Fun and Learning
Receive awesome and fun strategies to create joy in literacy* Creative ideas for teaching letters * Make storytime come alive * Fun sing-alongs for literacy fun * Sing-a-story fun * Letter games that teach * Awesome activities to develop fine-motor coordination and learn letters * Great ways to promote a love of literacy in your class
* The Magnificent 5: How to Teach 5 Skills Every Child Needs
Learn how to teach the important skills children need for success io life.
Skill 1: How to Focus
Skill 2: How to Have Self-Control
Skill 3: How to Have Relationships/Friendships
Skill 4: How to Think Critically
Skill 5: How to Communicate
Receive great strategies to help children now and in life.
* 30 Great Stressbusters for Teachers of Young Children
Do you ever feel overwhelmed and over-stressed? Learn great stressbusters to handle stress and to enhance resiliency * 30 awesome stressbusters that will boost your spirits, help to handle pressure with greater calmness and clarity * Get refreshed and recharged to enhance personal productivity and feel better than you have felt in a long time.
* 10 Time Tested Strategies to Make Teaching Easier
Learn these time-tested strategies to do each day to make the day brighter for you and for the children * Easy to implement methods to make your classroom achieve significant improvement * Use these strategies to increase your effectiveness and also reduce challenging behaviors * Learn how to know when to pivot and change tactics
Receive 6 CLOCK HOURS (.6 CEUs)
Certificate will be awarded that is recognized by the Louisiana Pathways Program.
As you know, our country is continually modifying guidelines in response to COVID-19. These measures vary by state, locale and vaccination rate. We want you to know our institute will follow all state or local mandates as well as hotel requirements. We will adhere to all requirements and timelines. We ask for your cooperation in helping us follow the recommended guidelines in place on the date of this seminar that balance the values of safety and respect. The great news is that “WE ARE BACK” and so happy to be able to offer you this in person seminar in Baton Rouge.
Below are current guidelines in place for this event.
- We will follow state, local, and venue requirements concerning masks that are in place on the date of this event.
- Chairs will be distanced and reduced from 100% to 50% of capacity.
- Coffee and snacks will not be provided. Please bring your own food and beverage.
NO LATER THAN Oct. 18, 2021
Group size 1-9 people: $39.00 per person
Group size 10+: $36.00 per person
NO LATER THAN Oct. 19 - 22, 2021
Group size 1-9 people: $44.00 per person
Group size 10+: $39.00 per person
|Onsite Registration $49.00 if seats available|
Doug Medford is one of ATI’s most sought-after speakers. He has been training administrators and teachers, for over 20-years and has "hands-on" experience teaching young children. Doug has presented over 1,000 seminars to more than 300,000 educators all over the United States and in Canada. He is one of the nation's leading humorists. He will make you roar with laughter while giving you great strategies to use in your classrooms. Doug’s comedy is based on observational humor and real classroom happenings and will not offend, contribute to global warming or promote tooth decay.