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RESPECT AND RESPONSIBILITY:
Practical Strategies for Helping Students Become More Respectful and More Responsible

(Grades K-12)

Presented by Chick Moorman
Outstanding International Presenter

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Specifically Designed for Educators Serving Grades K-12: Classroom Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Alternative Education Teachers, Administrators, Behavior Intervention Specialists, Counselors, Instructional Assistants, and Social Workers

  • Classroom-proven strategies for helping students grow in their appreciation and use of respect and responsibility
  • The key to helping students apply classroom respect and responsibility to other areas of their lives
  • Teacher-friendly ideas for coping with student disrespect in respectful, helpful ways
  • Innovative teaching techniques that help students develop and use an internal standard of respect and responsibility and to be self-responsible
  • The essential skill for managing student disrespect and irresponsible behavior successfully
  • Verbal skills that garner student attention, cooperation and positive behaviors

Practical Strategies

Have you been noticing an increase of disrespectful, irresponsible behaviors in students? Are put-downs, sarcastic remarks, and rude suggestions on the increase in your school or classroom? Are students easily distracted and participating in off-task behaviors? Are bored expressions and disrespectful body language increasing? Are your students having trouble initiating or following through? Do you feel you are not getting the respect you deserve? Do your students act, talk and think like victims? Are you frustrated with them not taking responsibility for their own behaviors? If so, then this seminar is for you!

You’ll learn the skills to teach the respectful and responsible behaviors you desire and deserve as a professional educator. You will come away with a wide variety of techniques for dealing with the negative behaviors you wish to eliminate.
Chick Moorman will share successful techniques to utilize when students demonstrate disrespectful, irresponsible behaviors. He will teach you how to help your students take increasing amounts of control over their school lives and behave in respectful, responsible ways.

You will leave this seminar with an extensive resource handbook, a positive attitude and a desire to immediately begin implementing the many practical ideas presented.

Ten Key Benefits of Attending

  1. Utilize Highly Effective Intervention Strategies to Encourage Respect and Responsibility
    Practical ways to intervene with students to encourage respect and responsibility
  2. Eliminate Negative Behaviors and Increase Positive Behaviors
    Fill your professional toolbox with new and effective techniques for replacing negative behaviors with emotionally healthy, respectful ones
  3. Develop a Culture of Respect and Responsibility in Your Classroom
    Learn how to structure your classroom environment to promote self-responsibility and mutual respect
  4. Dozens of Ideas to Increase Respectful and Responsible Behaviors in Your Classroom
    Discover practical, classroom-tested ideas that promote behaviors that require students to take responsibility for their own actions and choices … How to increase respectful behaviors between students and you and between students
  5. Hold Disrespectful and Irresponsible Students Accountable in Healthy Ways
    Successful techniques for holding students accountable for their choices without discouraging them or wounding their spirit
  6. Gain Important Verbal Skills for Dealing with Disrespectful Students
    Learn how to structure your language patterns and verbal responses to deal quickly and effectively to incidents of disrespect
  7. How to Prevent Disrespect
    Learn preventive strategies that significantly lower the probability that students will act in a disrespectful way towards you and others
  8. Gain New and Valuable Teaching Tools to Generate More Respectful Behaviors
    Expand your repertoire of effective strategies for helping students learn and use respectful and responsible behaviors
  9. Learn Practical Techniques to Help Students Become Conscious of Their Behaviors and How Their Behaviors are Affecting Others
    Learn ways to help students self-examine their behaviors and learn from them
  10. Receive a Valuable Resource Handbook Each seminar participant will receive a resource handbook filled with the techniques, strategies, and activities discussed at the seminar

Outstanding Strategies You Can Use Immediately

  • Respond effectively to put-downs, whining, gossip, excuses, backtalk, and other negative behaviors
  • What to say and what not to say when students are disrespectful
  • Learn how to employ the 100% factor of responsibility
  • Find out how personal power relates to self-responsibility and ways to make it work for you and your students
  • Receive 500+ debriefing statements/questions to use with your students
  • Self-assessment techniques to encourage creation of an internal standard in students
  • Teacher-tested methods for helping students learn respectful, responsible behaviors
  • Discover ways to make respect descriptive, specific and behavioral
  • Effective ways to help students deal with distractions, get started quickly and disagree politely
  • How to have students use a “Responsibility Notebook” effectively
  • How to organize and operate a “Responsibility Room” in your school
  • Learn why debriefing is the glue that holds it all together
  • Learn the 6 compelling whys of debriefing
  • Quick, easy ways to include critical thinking skills in your debriefing sessions
  • Discover the 4 special words that reduce victim thinking and acting
  • Learn appropriate “Teacher Talk” that leaves responsibility where it belongs ... with students

A Message From Your Seminar Leader, Chick Moorman

Dear Colleague:

Do you notice disrespectful, irresponsible behaviors in students at your school? Are you hearing an increase in put-downs, sarcastic remarks and rude suggestions? Have you seen students acting, talking and thinking like victims, without taking responsibility for their own behavior?

If so, then this seminar is for you!

Respect and responsibility don’t just happen. Not by luck, magic or because you put a few character education posters in the hall and held an assembly to pass out awards to students of the month. Respect and responsibility only occur in schools where a teacher sets out to create them with a specific plan that is implemented with regularity and consistency. It happens when that committed educator intentionally and thoughtfully uses skill, determination and a positive attitude to produce a desired result.

Yes, it is possible to create a culture of respect and responsibility in your classroom. I have designed this seminar to help you do just that. You will leave this seminar with many practical techniques for defining, teaching and debriefing respect and responsibility issues so that students internalize the concepts. Skills to encourage self-responsibility and respond effectively to counter-productive behaviors are also included to help teachers react confidently. This workshop is skill-based, practical and can be put to use immediately to get your students choosing responsible, respectful behaviors.

If you a looking for a new spark, a collection of helpful strategies or a pat on the back, I invite you to join me at this seminar. I guarantee you will not leave without new strategies for dealing with disrespectful and irresponsible students. I look forward to meeting you and sharing this material with you.

Warmly,
Chick Moorman

P.S. If you could help transform the life of just one student this year your time would be well spent. Invest a day with me and learn some practical strategies that can make a real difference in the lives of your students.

Who Should Attend

Educators serving grades K-12: Classroom Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Alternative Education Teachers, Administrators, Behavior Intervention Specialists, Counselors, Instructional Assistants, and Social Workers.

Special Benefits of Attending

Extensive Resource Handbook
Each participant will receive an extensive resource handbook specifically designed for this seminar. The handbook includes:

  • 5 different strategies for teaching respect and responsibility
  • Quick, easy ways to include critical thinking skills in your debriefing sessions
  • 4 special words that reduce victim thinking and acting
  • And much, much more!

Meet and Share
This seminar provides a wonderful opportunity for participants to meet and share ideas with other educators interested in practical strategies to enhance their programs.

Consultation Available
Chick Moorman will be available at the seminar for consultation regarding your questions and the unique needs of your school(s) or district.

On-Site Training Guarantee

BER is not a booking agency that just finds a presenter who presents on the topic you requested. Rather, we only recommend highly experienced BER presenters who have consistently received outstanding evaluations from educators attending their trainings.

Consequently, we provide a strong program guarantee.

We guarantee you’ll be fully satisfied or you’ll owe us nothing after your on-site training event.

Bring this seminar to your school or district!

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