Kim Campbell
November 14, 2016
SERESC Conference Center, Bedford, NH

The Workshops

“If You Can’t Manage Them, You Can’t Teach Them”
Having the ability to manage kids is a must in creating a classroom where all students have an opportunity to learn. Learn practical techniques to implement in your classroom to help create a positive learning climate.

“Engaging Boys…Yes, It’s Possible!”
Seventy-one percent (71%) of discipline referrals in public schools are boys. Join me as we discuss brain development of boys, strategies to engage boys, and ways to motivate boys to be successful in your classroom.

“Got Mean Girls??”
Every school has mean girls, Queen Bees, and Wannabees. In this session we explore relational aggression among girls. Participants will learn the causes and strategies to combat this horrible phenomenon.


8:30–9:00      Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00–10:15    Session One – If You Can’t Manage Them, You Can’t Teach Them
10-15–10:30    Break
10:30–12:00  Engaging Boys…Yes, It’s Possible!
12:00–1:00    Lunch
1:00–2:15     Got Mean Girls??
2:15               Wrap Up

Kim Campbell Handouts

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About Kim

Kim Campbell crosses the continent energizing educational professionals as a dynamic presenter and self-proclaimed “Proud Middle School Teacher.” Building on the lessons learned and techniques developed as a middle level social studies teacher since 1991, Kim is in national demand as a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and consultant for the Association of Middle Level Educators, Staff Development for Educators, and the Jack Berckemeyer Consulting Group.
At home in her Twin Cities, Minnesota metropolitan area school district, Kim augments her classroom role with a position as her school's Dean of Students. She has also served in various leadership and committee positions including team leader and a member of the Equity and Literacy Teams.