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MIKE DREIBLATT has successfully trained over 500,000 teachers, students, and parents in dealing with disruptive students, bullying and violence prevention, creating healthy relationships, and discipline of students with special needs. Mike brings years of experience working with disruptive students as a Teacher, Principal, Dean of Students, and Educational Consultant. He has co-authored books on preventing bullying and social aggression. Drawing from his extensive background, Mike offers dozens of practical and effective strategies that have worked for him and countless educators he has worked with in both general and special education settings. Mike's approach is about realizing improved discipline, less disruption, more teaching time, and safer students. Mike is also the author of DEALING EFFECTIVELY WITH DISRUPTIVE STUDENTS: Practical, Proven Techniques, the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar. Join Mike for this thought provoking, practical seminar. You'll leave with proven strategies that you can use immediately with your challenging, disruptive, and defiant students.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"I came away with a variety of techniques to help students identify, define, and handle behaviors effectively. This is especially helpful as students are struggling with interpersonal skills as a result of COVID."
- Emily Whiteley, Teacher

"Mike was very knowledgeable and provided great content and strategies. I also appreciate the resource handbook!"
- Tracy Paulo, Counselor

"Mr. Drieblatt was a wonderful presenter. He shared a plethora of helpful information and strategies. His personality and passion made the presentation engaging, and the day flew by!"
- Kim Shirk, School Counselor

"I appreciate the fact that I can implement all these behavior strategies immediately with my students."
- Alma Munoz, Resource Teacher