Uniquely Qualified Instructor
ERNIE CHAPIN is especially qualified to present this seminar. He has many years of teaching experience, most of those years working with difficult, disruptive students who often display an "I don't care" attitude. He currently works in a juvenile justice center teaching classes with diversion and truancy offenders. His success with these students stands as a testament not only of his skills as an educator, but also his compassion and concern for all students, especially those whom many in society have cast aside.
Audiences consistently praise his common-sense, practical approach in dealing with difficult, disengaged students. His down-to-earth style, humor and real-life stories make his ideas clear and accessible. Ernie is the author of Powerful, Practical Strategies for Working Successfully with "I Don't Care!" and Underperforming Students to Increase Their School Success (Grades 3-12), the extensive resource handbook participants will receive at the seminar.
Join Ernie for this thought-provoking, practical seminar. You'll leave the seminar with proven strategies you can utilize with students who come to school or class with an "I don't care" attitude.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"Absolutely moving, helpful and inspiring! Everyone who works with children needs to hear this man speak. Mr. Chapin communicates 'gems' that we who work in education, should be utilizing with our students, all students everyday! Thank you, thank you, thank you, Mr. Chapin and BER!"
Elena Viviano-Brown, SLP
"One of the best trainings I have attended. I was very engaged the whole day. The content was powerful. Thank you!"
Melissa Cato, Counselor
"Wonderful! I'm thrilled to see seminars like this in education. It gives me 'HOPE' for our future. Thank you!"
Esther Preis-Smith, RTI
"Ernie was extremely articulate in all the points he made. He was funny â I didn't want to miss anything he said. He was real â he showed his sensitivity. Wonderful seminar by a wonderful presenter."
Carmen Hernandez, Counselor
"I thought I was coming today for tips on how to change my students. I leave with a wealth of tips to change myself. Thank you for a fabulous day of learning and reflection."
Blanche Wriborg, Teacher
"Thank you for the motivation and inspiration. You added to my determination to become a better teacher."
Amy Cook, Teacher
"This seminar was really helpful in rethinking and reshaping my classroom management plan."
Nathalie Cox, Teacher
"Very motivating and sincere speaker! Truly makes you evaluate what you can do to better your teaching."
Leticia Gonzalez-Flores, Teacher
"Enjoyed the activities and application of ideas along all grade levels. Very motivating and refreshing to hear."
Katy Rohr, Teacher