Dana Goodier, EdD, Staff Trainer & Conference Presenter

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I am pleased to offer podcast swag products for “Out of the Trenches” through redbubble. 
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My Classroom Management Training

In just one to three days, a better way! My one-to-three day training seminars are filled with strategies to 1) remain calm and respond right when challenged, 2) teach expectations, 3) provide adequate, fair, and timely consequences, 4) arrange the classroom for maximum performance, and 5) develop strong student-teacher relationships. Learn More…

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I am available to speak at both in-person and remote district and school-level trainings and keynotes, on Coming Out of the Trenches, Leading Teams Effectively and on Student Engagement and Classroom Management. Learn More…

My Bio…

Dana Goodier is in demand as a professional developer. Her Ed.D. capstone was built on developing a district-wide curriculum for staff and for parents. She offers practical, and proven strategies that are guaranteed to enhance your teaching techniques and improve your students’ performance.
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About my Services

The strategies I present in my school and district-level trainings are research-based and easy to implement. In addition to my classroom management and student engagement trainings I also present keynotes for schools and organizations on Coming out of the Trenches and Leading Teams Effectively!
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Differentiated Instruction Training

In just one day, a better way! My one-day seminar is filled with strategies to 1) promote positive classroom feelings, 2) promote student attention and interest, 3) promote connectedness and relevance, 4) promote self-efficacy, and 5) differentiating using best practices!
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Accolades About My Presentation!

“WOW! I learned more in this short time than in years of in-services!” Iris Hawkins. “This training provided the best logical presentation I’ve ever had in 23 years of teaching. I have practical ideas I can use immediately. The trainer demonstrated great knowledge what life is like in the classroom.” Neil Hudgens.

Which Do YOU Want To Improve First?

How to not take the “debate bait” when challenged? How to teach to expectations and set your students up for success? How to ask and GET what you want 90% of the time? How to arrange the classroom for maximum performance? Or, how to form relationships that will turn your most challenging children into your biggest allies? Learn More…

 

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