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2 Time to Teach CTE National Trainer Roger Miller 29 Samples Drive Elkview, WV Elkview, WV Cell Home Home

3 What is Time to Teach? It is about structure. It is about structure. Its about expectations. Its about expectations. It is about protecting instructional time. It is about protecting instructional time. Its about providing more time to teach, 5-9 hours more per week. Its about providing more time to teach, 5-9 hours more per week. Its about being proactive. Its about being proactive. It is all about Policy It is all about Policy Its about making Kids Strong! Its about making Kids Strong!

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5 Remarkably Effective Classroom Discipline Strategies That Work… On Us!

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7 About CTE Time to Teach was originally influenced with the help and guidance of Dr. Madeline Hunter and John Wooden This successful program has deep educational roots, and has been around for over one-quarter of a century Time to Teach was originally influenced with the help and guidance of Dr. Madeline Hunter and John Wooden This successful program has deep educational roots, and has been around for over one-quarter of a century CTE was founded nearly 20 years ago by Rick Dalhgren. CTE was founded nearly 20 years ago by Rick Dalhgren. Based in Hayden Lake, Idaho, with offices across the country, with regional directors. Based in Hayden Lake, Idaho, with offices across the country, with regional directors. Do hundreds of seminars and trainings across the country. Do hundreds of seminars and trainings across the country. Rapidly Becoming the Number One Classroom Management System Rapidly Becoming the Number One Classroom Management System

8 TIME TO TEACH RESULTS Dramatic DECREASE in discipline challenges RAISED academic performance for students DECREASED failure rate IMPROVED attendance INCREASED parent support FEWER challenges MORE motivated, respectful, responsible students LESS stress FINALLY, Time To Teach! (what every educator wants!)

9 Wow! Learn how to draw a line in the sand in your classroom,have high standards, and happy students. What more could you ask for?! abc news.com

10 " This Center seminar took a very complex issue (classroom discipline) and reduced it to an understandable, very easy set of strategies that any classroom teacher can use. I can't wait to start school on Monday and try this out!" Andy Smith, high school math teacher

11 "WOW... where were you 22 years ago!... I wish I had this when I had started!" - Jessica Flint, Teacher

12 "Thank you for coming to our school. The strategies taught have brought a calmness to our school I haven't seen in years!" - Robert Newl, Principal

13 "Five blue stars! The Center For Teacher Effectiveness taught us how to be firm, yet fair with our students. I feel confident that I can handle literally any event in my classroom…in a positive fashion." Deb Ptasky, counselor

14 "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 strategies and so far we have only had two office referrals in six weeks! - John Hargrove, Principal, Clark Street Elementary, North Carolina

15 "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 TTT 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

16 Absolutely fantastic! I cannot wait to start with these amazing strategies in my own classroom. The most powerful, yet common sense approach to classroom management I've ever learned." - Eric Combs, Ohio Teacher Of The Year

17 "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 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

18 Todays Teacher Academy was absolutely awesome. The message was so clear: You are in the wrong profession if you don't LOVE children....haven't felt this happy and motivated in 37 years. Thanks, boss! I want you to know that today's staff development was truly inspiring and beneficial. I'm excited to start the new year. We have several new changes with our staff, which should prove very positive. I believe that when our ENTIRE staff implements these strategies, we will achieve more success than ever! Thank for getting Mr. Miller to our school for a wonderful staff development session and for helping our staff get off to a positive start. I hope you will see all members participating and enjoying the successes. Best training in my 31 years! Elm Grove Elementary

19 Why Do You Need Time to Teach? Effective classroom management Effective classroom management Better discipline Better discipline Positive school climate Positive school climate Build student relationships Build student relationships Increase student self esteem Increase student self esteem Prevent teacher burnout Prevent teacher burnout Change the punishment paradigm. Change the punishment paradigm.

20 Teaching is the most difficult job in America! 1000 Decisions a day!

21 Discipline Student discipline takes a toll on teachers. Student discipline is a major concern to teachers and parents. Student discipline affects both teacher morale and student learning. 91% of teachers and 88% of parents support strict enforcement of little rules. 3 in 4 teachers report that they could teaching a lot more effectively if it werent for discipline problems. 1 in 3 teachers or report that they have considered leaving the profession 43% of teachers quit the profession within five years because of disruptive behavior in the classroom. (Public Agenda, Nationwide poll 2005)

22 If we as educators keep doing the same thing over and over with the same negative result – Who is the slow learner?

23 Well, Timmy, it looks like youve just earned yourself 10 Minutes in the cage with Mr. Whiskers.

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25 Paradigm shift We Must Make a Paradigm Shift

26 Time to Teach Foundational Beliefs Caring is Key – (Kids dont know how much you know until they know how much you care.) Caring is Key – (Kids dont know how much you know until they know how much you care.) Conflict is Inevitable (Know how to deal with the conflict. We dont have to fight with kids.) Conflict is Inevitable (Know how to deal with the conflict. We dont have to fight with kids.) Behavior Can be Changed ( You have to teach it.) Behavior Can be Changed ( You have to teach it.) Problem Behavior is Captivating (Learn time-saving self control techniques.) Problem Behavior is Captivating (Learn time-saving self control techniques.) Good Discipline is Timely (no gimmicks, no warnings) Good Discipline is Timely (no gimmicks, no warnings)

27 Time to Teach Core Components Teach Tos – Learn how to teach your expectations to save instructional time. Teach Tos – Learn how to teach your expectations to save instructional time. Self Control – Learn how to stay in control and save instructional time. Self Control – Learn how to stay in control and save instructional time. Classroom Design – Learn how to arrange your classroom to maximize instructional time. Classroom Design – Learn how to arrange your classroom to maximize instructional time. Refocus – Learn the most powerful solution to low level problem behavior. Refocus – Learn the most powerful solution to low level problem behavior. Unconditional Positive Regard – Learn how to build positive relationships with students. Unconditional Positive Regard – Learn how to build positive relationships with students.

28 …a few of our resources…

29 On-Site School Trainings 6 hour training 6 hour training Manuals are required Manuals are required Optional materials available Optional materials available Funding sources available Funding sources available Yes, you can afford it! Yes, you can afford it! Website: timetoteach.com Website: timetoteach.com Contact information as follows Contact information as follows

30 Time to Teach CTE National Trainer Roger Miller 29 Samples Drive Elkview, WV Elkview, WV Cell Home Home

31 Teach with passion, manage with compassion PASSION COMPASSION

32 The mediocre teacher tells, the good teacher explains, the superior teacher demonstrates, the great teacher inspires. …. William Arthur Ward. You can inspire kids with Time to Teach!

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