On-Site Educator Professional Development

  • On-Site Classroom Management Professional Development “Teach-To” Techniques for Educators


    Are you a K-12 Educator at your wit’s end, frustrated by continuous student disruptions in your classroom? Then let me help you develop successful, real world classroom management strategies that give you more “Time to Teach.” Mitigate, if not completely remove, several of the most common student classroom disruptions that both take away from your instruction time as a teacher and inhibit your other students’ ability to learn. Learn about the Center for Teacher Effectiveness’ successful "Teach To’s," proven classroom management methods that will raise your students’ assessment scores, refocus your students’ attention on learning, and most importantly give you, the teacher, the peace of mind so you can get back your one true passion, which is teaching students, not disciplining them. Let Timothy P. O’Flaherty, aka Mr. O, come to your campus and present CTE’s famous classroom management techniques for your school's next professional development seminar or pre-sessional conference. Telephone him at (239) 206-9823 or Email him at timothyoflaherty@timetoteach.com to schedule an on-site training with one of the best field-tested classroom management techniques in the United States today. Break the cycle of undisciplined students, repetitive behavior problems, and learn the successful strategies of a proven classroom management technique for your classroom, school and beyond.


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If schools were permitted to have just one training, this is the one!

This training will help to raise test scores for your students, decrease discipline challenges, and improve classroom rapport. You will learn how to meet students where they are and lead them where they need to be, capture attention, and promote deeper learning.