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About the Instructor – Julie Compton

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Julie Compton is a highly experienced educator and practitioner with proven expertise working directly with challenging, defiant students. She is an experienced classroom teacher, behavior specialist and trainer, and the author of the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar, Decreasing Defiant and Argumentative Behaviors: Practical Strategies. She has worked directly with students and their teachers in grades K-12. Her extensive experience across time and grade levels gives her a very unique perspective. The transparency with which she approaches teachers makes her very relatable and trustworthy. She teaches in a way that gets to the heart of the matter. Attendees walk away with highly practical strategies they can immediately implement.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"This was very informative and gave me great strategies to implement in my classroom to help create a more safe and welcoming environment. Thank you Julie!"
Shelby Roades, First Grade Teacher

"Julie is very personable and gave great real life examples."
Gena Kvist, Special Education Teacher

"I really enjoyed all the information Julie shared. I look forward to sharing with my school."
Jennifer Hynes, Teacher

"Very informative. It was great to be reminded of a few steps that I may be overlooking. Loved Praise/Empathy, Reflect, Replace, Reason."
Christine Powers, Special Education Teacher