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We recommend highly experienced BER presenters who have consistently received outstanding evaluations from educators attending their trainings.

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

KRISTIN BURKE is a dynamic, enthusiastic national presenter and seasoned educator. With over a decade of teaching experience and over 3,000 hours of professional development experience, Kristin shares her expertise on working with all students in a variety of settings grades K-12. She believes that equipping students with tools to regulate their emotions, reduce their stress and improve their focus is a survival skill for today's learners, and that schools and districts must respond to this need to maximize students' success. Drawing on her experiences with grades K-12 students, Kristin guides you through confidently establishing and strengthening your Social Emotional Learning program.

Kristin is also the author of Powerful Strategies to Improve Social Emotional Learning, the digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar, and the creator of the Be Well Now app. Kristin's knowledge, experience and expertise in SEL practices translate into a seminar that is jam-packed with great ideas you will want to use immediately to improve student behaviors and increase learning!

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

“Kristin was really great! You could tell that she was really into being mindful of our needs as we were learning. This is a huge passion of hers and got me really excited to implement in my classroom.”

Very great suggestions and will be helpful to many students and teachers.”

“I like how personalized this session was. Kristin is a great presenter. She provided us with many easy-to-use strategies to help transition our classrooms to a more positive student-centered setting.”