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ANTOINETTE TAYLOR brings over 30 years of experience working with PreK-2nd grade children and is a highly experienced educational consultant and sought-after speaker. Antoinette is a frequent school, district, state, and national presenter on topics such as Developmentally Appropriate Practice, Addressing and Managing Challenging Behaviors, Social Emotional Development, Asset-based Trauma Responsive practices, and Inclusive Classroom Practices. Participants frequently praise Antoinette’s interactive, energetic, practical, and idea-packed seminars. She is passionate about helping fellow educators plan their next steps and equipping them with ideas that can be used the very next day in the classroom. Antoinette is also the author of Managing Challenging Behaviors Using Developmentally Appropriate Strategies, the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar. You will leave Antoinette’s seminar with a wealth of developmentally appropriate techniques and strategies for addressing and managing challenging behaviors in your PreK-2nd grade students.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"This was probably the most engaging seminar I have ever attended. Antoinette presented ideas and strategies I can implement tomorrow."
– Julia Wall, Teacher

"I had a lot of realizations about causes of challenging behaviors and stimuli for students. The content was informative, relevant, and also eye-opening."
– Jackie Finch, Teaching Assistant

"The resources and content Antoinette provided were great!"
– Amy Burns, School Counselor

"Antoinette was very knowledgeable and approachable. She took time to answer questions fully and talk through examples with us."
– Toni Kincer, 2nd Grade Teacher

"Antoinette shared great ideas that can be implemented right away in the classroom. Also, a lot of information was given explaining the whys behind challenging behavior, which was very helpful."
– Kelly Futrell, 1st Grade Teacher