Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Lisa Rogers is an acclaimed presenter and veteran educator who specializes in working with preschool – second grade students. She has over 20 years of experience in working with young children who exhibit difficult behaviors that prevent them from learning and socializing appropriately with others. Lisa's extensive experience provides a practical perspective for teaching students who have attentionseeking behaviors and self-regulation deficits including impulsivity, lack of focus and an inability to think and plan actions, which often lead to tantrums.
Lisa is a frequent presenter at local and state conferences and has developed inclusive education training modules with accompanying videos. She is the author of Current, Best Strategies to Decrease Attention-Getting and Tantrum Behaviors: Practical Solutions for Disruptive Students (Preschool-Second Grade), the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the two-day institute. It is filled with research-based ideas and strategies you will be able to immediately apply or adapt in your own schools and use to train others.
You won't want to miss this unique two-day train-the trainer institute where Lisa will answer your questions and provide solutions to addressing your students' most challenging behaviors!
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"This was life-changing for me. It is nice to step away and self-evaluate while learning incredible, tangible skills to better my classroom. I am leaving filled with hope."
Camilla McCammon, First Grade Teacher
"I love that everything Lisa shared is research-based. She is so knowledgable about behavior."
Lora Webster, First Grade Teacher
"A fabulous way to spend my day! After many years in the classroom, it's nice to come to an institute and gain new knowledge and resources. Thank you for your expertise, research, resources, and activities."
Bradi Holder, First Grade Teacher
"I've previously attended Lisa's seminars and have never been disappointed. I always leave with hundreds of strategies to support all of my students."
Emily Watto, Kindergarten Teacher