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The Magic Touch (Teachers Professional Development Program)
Out the box strategies to reaching, and educating any at-risk student.
  

In this powerful presentation, Jamahl Keyes-The Magic Motivator gives teachers, educator’s and parents a step-by-step action plan for reaching any at-risk student no-matter their gender, background or race. Points covered: Four keys for building and maintaining a relationship with a student at-risk, community networking methods to helping you reach a at-risk student and communication strat...

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Travels From: Indianapolis, IN
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Not in Our House
Bullying for Educators and Parents
  

This is a 60-90 minute keynote motivational presentation on how parents and educators can create environments where ALL children are free from bullying in the school. The underlying focus is on the responsibility of the adults. Bullying is discussed, UN convention of the rights of the child (UNCRC), why we tolerate and allow bullying to happen, and a frank discussion on what parents and educators ...

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Travels From: Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, BC (Canada)
Fee Range: Varies

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Mark Twain in the 21st. Century
Oh my, how the words have changed!
  

Mr. Regalbuto presents an uproarious impersonation of a middle aged Mark Twain, form the year 1885. 1885 was the year Mark Twain published his book “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”. During this program your audience will learn fascinating facts about Twain’s life, times, and personality. Unlike other Mark Twain impersonators who take their audiences back to the 19th century – Mr. Regalbu...

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Travels From: Downey, CA
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Understand and not dread your student's difficult parent.
Recognize and understand their needs and tactics. Learn ways to build support, credibility and how to deliver bad news.
  

Just as our classrooms are diverse so are the parents of our students. Most parents are gems and other parents can be quite challenging. Challenging parents can bossy, argumentative, questioning, volatile, over involved or maybe worse, apathetic. Unity with our students' parents is vital to our student's academic success, and our authority in the classroom. In this program you will identify the ...

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Travels From: Chicago, IL
Fee Range: Varies

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