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About Your Instructor – Tommy Harrell

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Tommy Harrell is an experienced teacher and dynamic presenter. This NEW seminar is informed by Tommy's unique perspective and great success as a teacher, which provides a personal and inspirational basis for his "do more for students by doing less for students" approach. Tommy is devoted to sharing with fellow educators what his students taught him over his years of teaching and leading.

Join Tommy for a powerful, enlightening and transformational day of learning that will help you do more for your students by doing less! You will leave Tommy's seminar with an extensive digital resource handbook, Do More for Students by Doing Less for Students, filled with tools and strategies to implement his highly successful practices in your own classroom.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"Phenomenal information. Tommy clearly has fun with educational practice as he delivers nuanced subject matter."

"Tommy is clearly most proud of being a teacher. I felt his passion for the teaching profession. Wonderful camaraderie while delivering invaluable information."

"Tommy Harrell spoke about the 5 E's in his presentation, and he definitely lived up to the engagement and the exploration portion of his presentation."

"Very engaging. Tommy genuinely showed his concern for students and teachers. My morale has been lifted and I feel motivated to go back and apply these strategies in my classroom."