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Chris Cannon’s Time To Teach™
Classroom Management Trainings

Testimonials from Administrators using Time To Teach™

Training that makes a difference… listen to these teachers!

Challenging your authority?

Diminishing your teaching impact?

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Is Teacher Turnover a Concern?

Classroom management was rated as the most important variable to building and sustaining a high achieving classroom. Classroom management (or lack of) is also the number one reason why educators are leaving the profession (As high as 50% of teachers leave the profession within 5yrs).

How much would academics increase if students were on task 5, 10, 15, or even 20 hours more each week (truly focused on learning)?

Educators realize that we are losing precious instruction time to pesky low-level discipline issues. We all must realize that academics and discipline go “hand in hand.” An educator can be the best content instructor on campus - BUT - without the ability to control the classroom, the best lessons will remain undelivered!

What could be accomplished if student discipline challenges decreased 70% or more?

If you want increased scores you must first put a system in place for discipline that empowers your teachers to control the behaviors of students in the classroom. You must provide your staff with world-class training on classroom management.
Why lose another great teacher, precious class time, and school funding because you don’t have proven, researched based, and easy to implement classroom management strategies?
Email Chris or call him at 210.627.1172 and schedule your training TODAY! There are two Time To Teach™ trainings available. They are:

Six hour (full day) training sharing all of the Time To Teach™ Five Core Components:
  • Self-Control Strategies - How to maintain a steady and calm mental set for classroom management. In fact, conflict is a part of social and intellectual development; however, combat is optional. Early intervention is key.

  • Classroom Design Techniques - How to arrange the classroom environment for maximum student performance.

  • Teaching to Appropriate Behaviors - How to teach-to and enforce classroom and school rules and behavior. Good behavior must be systematically taught. We teach behaviors just like we teach academics using the direction instruction model.

  • Accurate and Timely Consequences - How to firmly, but fairly, carry out disciplinary actions. Good discipline is a matter of good timing. It's both possible and profitable to abandon gimmicks and multiple warnings.

  • Student Teacher Relationships - How to build and maintain strong student and teacher relationships. "Students don't care how much you know until they know how much you care." Dr. Madeline Hunter. Contingent as well as non-contingent interactions increase opportunities for learning.
Each participant in this six hour training will receive a 200+ page manual, Time To Teach™, The Source for Classroom Management.

Three hour (half day) training sharing: Self-Control Strategies:

            Learning calm is contagious and silence is powerful strategies
            Dealing with Challenges on student time
            Personal space awareness
            Avoiding power struggles
            Diffusing challenges

Teaching to Appropriate Behaviors:

            Teaching classroom rules
            Teaching classroom routines
            Teaching to common or shared area expectations
            Teaching behaviors using the I do-we do-you do method

Each participant in the three hour training will receive a 125+ page manual with 100 Teach-To’s, Behavior Lesson Plans and Essential Advice to encourage high expectations and winning classroom behavior.

Are your standardized scores reflecting the ability of your students? What if you could get a 
15 point gain in Math and Science standardized test scores? There are schools reporting these gains. SEE BELOW!

Results Driven Data

15 point gain in math and science standardized test scores!

“I have seen a 15 point gain in math and science scores on the state standardized test, which helped our school meet its AYP/API, and I have not sent a single student to the office all year. Time To Teach – Classroom Management Training has helped me successfully teach second language learners, children with ADD, ADHD, Tourettes, learning disabilities, disenfranchised youth, and impoverished students.”
- James Turner, Middle School Teacher, Lompoc, California

Beck Academy reduces discipline referrals campus-wide 82%.
 “Time To Teach – Classroom Management Training provides a discipline system that sets predetermined boundaries with a positive approach. Students are accountable for their actions. It is built on a mutual respect for the teacher and student that ensures that teachers can teach and students can learn. It creates a positive classroom environment.”
- Dr. Brodie Bricker, Principal – Beck Academy

Only Two Discipline Referrals in Six Weeks!

“During my first two years as principal of Clark Street Elementary School, we experienced over 300 office referrals and over 150 out-of-school suspensions! This year we implemented Time To Teach – Classroom Management strategies and so far we have only had two office referrals in six weeks!”
John Hargrove, Principal, Clark Street Elementary, North Carolina

Decrease in Suspensions and Increase in Test Scores!

“Lawton Public Schools is a lower socioeconomic school district in Oklahoma that services 17,000 Pre-K through 12th grade students; over half of which are minority. Twenty-nine of our thirty-five schools were trained using the Time To Teach strategies, affecting more than 11,000 children. Following training, we experienced a 16% decrease in suspensions and office referrals, and a dramatic decrease in pupil enrollment for Behavior Intervention and Behavior Disorder classes. We have also seen a 9% increase in test scores and none of our schools are on the school improvement list for No Child Left Behind.”
-Billy Davis, Executive Director Elementary Education, Lawton Public Schools, Oklahoma 

30% Decrease EVERY Year.

“The number of student referrals in our middle school has dropped 30% on average, every year over the past three years. It is because of Time to Teach that I can say with pride, “Every day I teach!”
-Keith Johnson, Teacher/Technology Director, Reading Community Schools, Michigan 

Referrals Reduced by 62%!
“At Lompoc Valley Middle School, the referral numbers for class disruption were reduced by 62% using Time to Teach strategies, and Lompoc High School’s referral numbers were lower than those of the rival high school for the first time ever.”
-Carrie Chase, High School Counselor, Lahainaluna High School, Hawaii
In-House Suspensions Cut in Half Positive, Systemic Cultural Change

“Pioneer Continuation High School has our district’s highest number of at-risk 11th and 12th grade students. Using the Time to Teach blueprint, we saw school suspensions drop from 39% to 18% over a three year period, in-house suspensions cut in half, and significant increases in passing rates on the California High School Exit Exam and other student achievement measures. Overall, the school has experienced a positive, systemic cultural change.”
Elisabeth Prigmore, Principal, Pioneer Continuation High School, California

The high expectations we set must include academics and behavior. Instruction is paramount but students will only move forward academically if they can focus on the lesson. Student behaviors must be appropriate for this to happen. Our training is proven in practice, research based, practical and easy to implement (educators will be able to start using the techniques the very next day!). Participants will learn techniques that empower them to always be clear, concise and consistent with students. Educators and students need Time To Teach – Classroom Management Training.

Book Your Training Today!
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