Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Linda Davidson is a highly experienced educator, sought-after consultant and national presenter. She has worked in the field of education for over 35 years in a variety of roles, including experience as a special educator at both elementary and secondary levels. She brings a unique skill set in working with students who have behavior challenges needing individual behavior plans.
She is the author of APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS: Practical and Evidence-Based Strategies to Address Challenging Behaviors, the extensive resource handbook that every participant will receive at the seminar.
Her fast paced, hands-on seminars are based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and provide evidence-based and practical strategies that will help you work with students who have difficult and challenging behaviors.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
“A great seminar filled with strategies and practical applications for addressing challenging behaviors. Linda is an absolutely amazing instructor!”
– Alli Justice, Special Education Teacher
“Linda shared very useful and practical information.”
– Traci Kellogg, Special Education Teacher
“This was a very engaging and worthwhile seminar. I am leaving with a great deal of knowledge about ABA and strategies to manage difficult behaviors. Thank you!”
– Taryn Nicosia, Teacher
“I’ve learned great new strategies to use in my classroom!”
– Courtney Auxyn, Teacher
“Fabulous – I loved it! This was the most inclusive, concise and well-organized seminar I’ve attended. The content on behavior was perfect for giving tools to use in my field of education.”
– Stacy Crusenberry, Special Education Teacher
“This was an excellent seminar filled with useful information.”
– Megan Covington, Speech Language Pathologist
“Great strategies! Everything Linda shared was very practical. I can start implementing next week.”
– Dana Fleming, Special Education Teacher
“Linda is great! The material she shared was easy to understand and the strategies will be easy to try back in the classroom.”
– Carin Wade, Teacher