Uniquely Qualified Instructor
CINDY JONES has extensive experience as a teacher of special needs and general education students, a crisis interventionist, a principal of a school for students with behavior and emotional challenges, an at-risk consultant, diagnostician, mentor for new teachers, and behavior specialist. In addition, she is an energetic and passionate national presenter specializing in instructional and behavior strategies and creative approaches to working with students who have attention-seeking and manipulative behaviors that disrupt their own learning, along with other students' learning. Because of her extensive background, she is able to offer dozens of practical and effective strategies that have worked for her and countless educators in both special and general education settings. Her lively, practical seminars feature cutting-edge, research-based information, engaging activities and effective strategies that will work for you. You will leave Cindy's seminar with a new bag of tools for working with attention-seeking, manipulative and difficult student behaviors.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"Cindy provided helpful, practical information and tips that I can take back to my school and immediately use. Her personal stories and experiences were fascinating and relevant."
Marcy Horne, Principal
"Excellent! I learned so much about how to address the needs of my students with behavioral challenges. I will begin using the strategies tomorrow!"
NaShonda Cooke, Special Education Teacher
"I am so glad I was able to attend this professional development! Cindy gave practical ideas that I can put to use immediately!"
Corinne Grandbois, 4th Grade Teacher
"Cindy was AWESOME! I was well engaged and learned so many more cool things to do with my students. Thank you so much for having the passion you have; it really shows that you have the heart for education."
Martha Garcia, Paraprofessional
"Great seminar! I am so happy that today was filled with practical tips and techniques we can use with our students tomorrow. I have so many more tools in my teacher toolbox!"
Suzanne Kettel, Paraeducator