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Published by LaRon Carter
LaRonCarter.com | @laroncarter

In this training LaRon will help employees to:
• Understand how purpose begins with an “Expected Attitude” for the very thing wanted from student behaviors.

• How instruction begins with getting a seating chart and flowing floor plan set-up.

• Eliminate unnecessary disturbances by designing classroom rules and procedures that guide student behavior.

• Plan, plan, revise and implement winning systems for maximum learning.
LaRonCarter.com | @laroncarter

In this training LaRon will help employees to:
• Understand how purpose begins with an “Expected Attitude” for the very thing wanted from student behaviors.

• How instruction begins with getting a seating chart and flowing floor plan set-up.

• Eliminate unnecessary disturbances by designing classroom rules and procedures that guide student behavior.

• Plan, plan, revise and implement winning systems for maximum learning.

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Published by: LaRon Carter on Jan 15, 2009
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02/16/2010

 
 
Tips For How toReduce theFrustration ThatGoes Along WithGuest Substituteand First Year TeachingAssignments inBehaviorallyChallengingClassrooms
 
LaRon A. Carter is thefounder of EmpoweringBasics University andStreetTeacher.com, lifecoach for kids, and veteranteacher specializing inbehavioral development andproblem solving strategies.Carter is a seasoned guestteacher and veteran K – 12certified teacher for studentswith emotional impairmentchallenges. He has taken hisEmpowering Basics programto hundreds of classrooms of numerous school districts,teaching thousands of students and staff since1991.LaRon says, “I’m the guy youcall when your confidencehas fallen and you can’t getup.” He began developinghis own problem solvingstrategies as the only Blackkid in his elementary school.He went on to receiveextensive leadership trainingas a peacekeeper andcultural diversity specialist inthe United States Marines.Carter credits those militaryexperiences, solid familyvalues, and faith in God for balancing his classroommanagement style andcompetent speaking skills.Former Ann Arbor PublicSchool Administrator LovieM. Bradley says
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“LaRonunderstands the centralconcepts, tools of inquiry,and structure.”
Understand how purpose begins withan “Expected Attitude” for the verything wanted from student behaviors.
How instruction begins with getting aseating chart and flowing floor planset-up.
Eliminate unnecessary disturbancesby designing classroom rules andprocedures that guide studentbehavior.
Plan, plan, revise and implementwinning systems for maximumlearning.www.LaRonCarter.com
Contact LaRon at:
bemyguestteacher@gmail.comEmpowering Basics University
517.410.5263
 
New School Employees!
Is Stress And Frustration Risking Your Success Of Making A ProfoundImpact In Your Building?
This training will helpschool employees to:
LaRon Also Teaches:
WELCOME TO SUCCESS PROGRAM:HOW TO BE THE PROBLEM SOLVER YOU WANTTABE 100% OF THE TIME
LaRon Carter engages Middle & High School studentswith proven strategies for behavior changes andbecoming better problem solvers for themselves.
WHO IS REALLY LISTENING TO HOW THSES KIDSARE TALKING TO US?
Carter and his team of Empowerment Instructors willshare with your staff the secrets of how to analyze currentexpectations and build student communication skills.
From: LaRonLansing, MichiganMonday 2:23 pmYou’re in a rush to begin your first day in the classroom because of circumstances beyondyour control. That’s right, you were just awarded the assignment less than 30 minutes ago.There are no previous lesson plans from the last teacher. There are no current books in sight.You haven’t a clue what to do in the courses job description outlined by your supervisor. And theclassroom looks like it was used for (unsupervised) storage by the entire building last year andnow it’s your classroom because there is no other space available. The only thing you’re kind of sure about is that your roster has names on it. I’m not sure what this sound like to you but thisscenario plus a few expletives was my inheritance more than once in my teaching career spanning eighteen wonderful years, seven cities, nine school districts and more than 230 schoolbuildings.One thing I do know for sure. I was successfulat delivering the instruction my students needed andI generated fun along the way because of some verybasic systems I managed to put in place. And youcan experience the same gratitude in knowing youhave made a tremendous impact in the lives of thestudents you have been charged to teach byallowing the universe to present you with your trueinheritance, “Incredible Success.” Instruct your students, “This is the last time we are going to usethe words no, not and don’t. We aren’t going to giveany more attention that set of words. We are goingto reframe our thinking. We will ask, ‘What do I wantto achieve?’ From this moment on things will never be the same.”
© 2009 Copyright LaRon A. Carter | Empowering Basics
 
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New School Employees
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 Is Stress And Frustration RiskingYour Success Of Making A ProfoundImpact In Your Building?
By LaRon Andre Carter 
My first guest teaching assignment was something out of a storybook. After thirty yearsof searching for a purpose driven life, my reason for being on earth seemed clear thatday. Finally, I got it right with God. It was my birthday and I had prayed the night beforefor a picture of the class to document that moment in time.A young girl approached me, as I sat writing a note to the primary teacher explaining myday with her art students from Indianapolis School #44. A Polaroid Instamatic camerahanging from her neck contained two slides of film. She asked to take my picture for her scrapbook. I responded, “Only if the one I take of the class is a good one, because if not, I need the second shot as well.” And to my surprise she simply said, “OK.” Iremember thinking, “This teaching thing is going to work. You tell them what you wantand they just do it” Psych.What followed in the days to come often resembled a good dream gone bad. Whatcould have possibly gone wrong? The best way to explain it may be to look for whatwent right in my earlier classroom experience. I managed to tap into a positive vibe themorning of my first teaching assignment. My expectations were so high that even mywords aligned with the very thing I wanted to happen. I confessed, “Today I will take allof my life experiences with me and produce a great first day of school. My mood,thoughts and actions create the weather of my classroom. I understand that everyonecomes into the building with their own set of issues, so I’ll greet each child with a warmsmile and comforting handshake to ease fears of separation. I believe in my ability tobe sensitive when needed. My response in all situations determines whether I am incontrol of a crisis. A child’s dignity will always be in my forefront. My confidence to leadthese young people has been crafted from years of living life, learning from the master leaders who have gone before me, and if all else fails – I am a Marine.”You may not have a military background that precedes your first day as a schoolteacher but if you take on the challenge of earning the title of “Teacher” you will without a doubtgo to war long before entering your classroom. One thing I realized from the start wasthat our battles in education are more spiritual that anything else. Maybe that’s therevelation churches had in the beginning of American education.

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