About the Author


Kevin Dill, Ed.S. is a specialist in student behavior. During his career, Kevin has served as a public school Special Education Teacher, Principal, and Executive Director of Special Education. He also served as Chief Operating Officer of a comprehensive provider of pediatric development services focused on improving the behavioral health and mental health of children. Currently, Kevin serves as the principal behavior consultant for multiple school districts and school corporations throughout the US - providing behavior training, technical support, and behavioral coaching to school leaders and classroom teachers. ​


As an accomplished educator, author, and speaker, Kevin is known across the country for his innovative approaches designed to eliminate chronic disruptive behavior. Kevin created SNT Ed. Consulting, LLC to uplift and elevate teachers through his highly engaging training packed with humorous anecdotes, role-playing, and practical classroom strategies. 




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Kevin serves as the principal behavior consultant for many school districts and school corporations throughout the US. 


When "nothing is working", schools contact Kevin to provide onsite training, technical assistance, and behavior coaching.


You’ll learn and leave with ready to use techniques for Angry, Obnoxious, Defiant, Explosive, Aggressive, Controlling, Arrogant, Noisy, Oppositional and Maladaptive students.




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UP YOURS


​Take your teaching practices to a higher level with powerful approaches, strategies, and techniques aimed to improve student's chronic disruptive behavior.


  

About the Book


Up Yours is an uplifting resource designed to help teachers elevate their skills and take their practices to a higher level by exploring powerful approaches, strategies, and techniques aimed to improve chronic disruptive behavior of maladaptive students who are defiant and disrespectful.


Kevin uncovers some of the most powerful strategies used to prevent disruptive behavior including the technique of nudging. Teachers learn how to respond to behavior with clarity, purpose, and consistency as they learn how to read and respond to the four types of behavior, how to create a ladder of limits, and how to set these limits using a specific technique called choice language. 


These ready to use approaches and strategies can be implemented the next day!