175 Ways to Motivate the Difficult, Disruptive, Disinterested and Defiant Students K-12



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  • The 911 Hotline – Solutions that Work Every Time
  • Expert Help for Students with ADHD, LD, BD, and ED
  • Appelbaum Training Institute – Sugar Land, TX United States of America
  • The “How-To’s” for Handling Bullies
  • How to Boost Student Performance and Achievement
  • Powerful Solutions for Tough Students

ATi Seminar Agenda


The 911 Hotline – Practical Strategies for Success

  • 5 quick tips to end chatter in your classroom
  • Solutions for students who are talkers, tattlers, and sarcastic
  • Learn the “empty seat technique”
  • Harness the power of “Proximity Control”
  • 5 special signals for achieving order in the classroom
  • 6 major mistakes teachers make and how to fix them
  • Answers to break the “failure cycle” in underachievers
  • Solutions to your discipline dilemmas

Expert Help for Students with ADHD, LD, ED, SI Dysfunction

  • 15 ways to handle students with or without medication
  • Help students learn, organize, and prioritize
  • Motivate the unmotivated
  • 5 teaching tactics that always work
  • “Magic words on the board”
  • Must-knows for diverse learners

Effective Strategies for Anger Problems

  • Must-knows for teaching students self-control
  • Important signals to use for calming students
  • 10 powerful anger interventions
  • Self-talk for controlling anger

Effective Strategies for Bullies and Their Victims

  • The “how-to’s” for handling bullies
  • The #1 tool for changing bullying behavior
  • 3 important rules for bullies
  • Must-knows for victims of bullying

Boost Classroom Performance and Achievement

  • How-to’s for accelerating student learning
  • Skill-focused instruction
  • Powerful ways to engage students
  • Success strategies to improve student learning and retention

**With advance notification Appelbaum Training will customize your team’s training to meet your needs.


University Semester Credit
Semester hours from The University of the Pacific Center for Professional and Continuing Education. $62 per credit. Acceptable to most participants, including many on district funding or release time, as credit is awarded for additional, “Teacher-Friendly,” follow-up activities. For Graduate Professional Development participants NOT pursuing an advanced degree at UOP. Enroll at the seminar, except in CT, NJ, OH, PA and WI. Credit for seminars in these states, or for other credit questions ONLY, call (800) 479-1995 .