About the Training 

Trauma Sensitive and Most Powerful Solutions to Eliminating Chronic Disruptive Behavior in Your Classroom


Want to know the most effective strategies that will stop and prevent Chronic Disruptive Behavior immediately?  Join us at this action packed live simulation training designed to give you the most effective strategies for preventing and eliminating behavior in your school and classroom.  You’ll learn and leave with ready to use techniques for Angry, Obnoxious, Defiant, Explosive, Aggressive, Controlling, Arrogant, Noisy, Oppositional and Maladaptive students.  See these techniques in action as presenter Kevin Dill, Ed. S., simulates implementation. 

Here's a sample of what you'll learn at the training session: 

Training Introduction:

Why some strategies work and others don't.

The biggest mistakes that almost every teacher makes with disruptive students.

The single biggest factor in becoming "that one special teacher" whom students will remember the rest of their lives.

Maladaptive Thinking Patterns:

How adverse childhood experiences create toxic brains and maladaptive behavior.

Why a stuck car has something to do with maladaptive thinking and disruptive behavior.

What teachers need to know about the brain of a 10 year-old and why this critical time period changes thinking and behavior. 

The simple formula that causes meltdowns and blow-ups and what to do about them.

Tactics and Traps:

Why behavior traps, tactics, and J.A.B.s can cause teachers to “lose it” and what to do instead that will help you keep your cool.

What to say to obnoxious students who ask you embarrassing personal questions in front of the class.

The technique used to get an unresponsive, stubborn student working on their assignment, even if their head is down...pretending not to listen.

What to tell a student who insists, “You can’t tell me what to do!

The one, sure-fire response to use when you’re being verbally abused by any student or parent.

Behavior Fundamentals:

Understanding what really drives chronic maladaptive behavior and how to eliminate these drivers. 

Creating the Trauma Sensitive Classroom:

Why losing is actually winning when dealing with behavior.

How to control your classroom without being in control at all.

Learn what one teacher did to create a lesson so powerful that her students remembered it for years.

How a maladaptive student, named Josh, sucked all of the time, energy, and resources of an entire school, and what the faculty did to change his behavior.

How a few simple, yet powerful, words can defuse any confrontation with any student and what those words are.

A strategy to handle angry students without losing your cool or raising your voice.

Proactive Behavioral Strategies:

How a bowling ball, a turkey, and a goose improved the behavior of an entire elementary school by reducing office referrals and accelerating social-emotional learning outcomes. 

The strategy that one amazing teacher used with her most challenging student and how this changed her classroom for the entire year!

How an African Safari changed the way a teacher viewed behavior and how it changed classroom behavior for the rest of the year.
Why an impactful account of a boy from India can change the way we handle classroom behavior forever.

The most effective strategy that master level teachers use to control behavior…before the students even walk into the classroom.

How a powerful strategy like the mystery motivator can dramatically improve target behaviors like homework completion, paying attention, and attendance.

Supplemental Behavioral Strategies:

How the power of "action-oriented consequences" can immediately change disruptive behavior.  

How the Native American medicine wheel inspired our work with the most challenging, maladaptive students.

What the Sears Tower, model airplanes and little green frogs have in common that motivate the unmotivated student.

A strategy called the "conditional yes" and why this is one of the most effective techniques for students who are oppositional and defiant.

Why a student cursing over 250 times per day can be a good thing!

Why having a special lunch 1 time per week can change behavior.

Intensive Behavioral Strategies:

The most powerful strategy for any behavior, any student, at any time.

How a 2 minute meeting can help you manage a manipulator and a narcissist.
The most effective strategy that will get a disruptive student to comply, and make them think it was their idea.
How Southwest Airlines can be having a dramatic effect on behavior in your classroom and you don’t even know it.

The single most effective technique to stop chronic talking dead in its tracks.

Why choice language therapy is one of the most effective cognitive behavioral therapy approaches today and how to implement this with your most challenging student. 





About the Presenter

Kevin Dill, Ed.S. has served as a special education teacher, public school principal, and director of special education.  As an accomplished and renowned educator and popular speaker, Kevin offers practical instructional strategies to help all students learn.  Kevin is known across the country for his innovative and researched based strategies designed to eliminate chronic disruptive behavior and improve student performance in the classroom.  He is a specialist in the area of student behavior with over 20 years of teaching experience.  Kevin has authored several educational resources including the Most Powerful Solutions to Eliminating Chronic Disruptive Behavior in Your Classroom.

Kevin has trained thousands of teachers, administrators, support staff, and parents.  He serves as the primary Educational Consultant for multiple school districts and corporations.  With tons of humorous real life stories and current research, he will share the most powerful and practical strategies that master level teachers use to reach and teach chronically disruptive students. Regardless if you’re a new, or veteran educator, you won’t want to miss this power- packed training!  You’ll leave refreshed and renewed with a new set of strategies ready to implement the next day!  

Training Session Times

8:30 - Check In/Sign In

9:00-11:30  Morning Session

11:30-12:30 - Lunch (On Your Own)

12:30 - 3:00   Afternoon Session 

Certificate of Attendance 

Participants will receive a certifcate of attendance for 5 instructional hours. Certificates of Completion for this workshop, which indicate 5 contact hours of continuing education, will be available at the end of the workshop. In many cases, depending on your profession and jurisdiction, this Certificate of Completion is sufficient for tracking your continuing education and professional development efforts. We suggest that you contact your local board or governing agency to see exactly what steps are necessary for approval in your particular discipline.

Contact Information

If you have any questions about registration or the training, contact us at the following: 

Phone: 309-925-5774

Email: sntconsulting411@gmail.com

Fax: 309-218-1111

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       June 21, 2019                    Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas





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