Customer Testimonials

  
At the beginning of each in-service I ask the teachers to write a number of useable classroom ideas that would constitute a “good” seminar, an “excellent” seminar and at the end to write in a number they received. After each teacher’s name is their appraisal of my presentation. Also in (…) are the ideas they liked.
  

  1. Mr. Gallagher, I just wanted to let you know that I tried your 20 minute 8 minute idea in my math class (3rd graders) and it worked wonderfully! I actually had a student say, "Miss Saylor...this is the best math class I've had since kindergarten!" They were really involved and excited about learning. Thanks for the great ideas!
    Melanie Saylor Richland School District
  2. I talked to you quickly after the presentation. I just wanted to thank you for your wonderful ideas and energy. It really was the best in-service day yet! I have been using the "first timers" club...Wow! My strugglers are doing so much better in only two days! Thank you
    Cody Young, first grade teacher
  3. I had great the pleasure of attending the teacher’s in-service at Lumberton, NJ yesterday. It was so refreshing to listen to you. You reminded me again of what is truly important in life! I hope I can remember a fraction of what you gave us. One of my favorite quotes, “If you don’t laugh everyday you’re not paying any attention.” We should all be so lucky as to have had a teacher like you! Looking forward to hearing you again someday!
    Lori Langlitz
  4. Thank you for your excellent presentation. It was unquestionably the best of the three courses I attended (at NJEA) and even as a 20-year veteran of the classroom, there were many new ideas that I’m looking forward to using with my sixth graders.
    Ken Hashagen, Firelinghuysen MS, Morristown, NJ
  5. After more than 30 years of teaching – I learned different ways to motivate myself (better late than never). (write down the teacher’s questions, subtracting with pennies, formula to be a millionaire)
    Diane Stiffer, North Star Central, Boswell, PA
  6. I want more! (Post-It notes in plan book, secret student, student borrowing)
    Barbara Rubino (3, 6, 10) St. Leo, Elmwood Park, NJ
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    Jennifer Fields
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    Jennifer Fields
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    Paul Christian
  1. Thank you, it was as entertaining as the first time. (use of Post-it notes, tattle box, showdown)
    Donna Keglovits (3, 5, 10) Greenwich Elem., PA
  2. Knowledgeable, entertaining, energy!
    Michelle Kubilsky (4, 10, 30) Catapult Learning, Bensalem, PA
  3. Super! My head is swimming with ideas & I can’t wait to dive into my classroom with them. Sense oh humor – love of students. (index cards, “x” & “o” tests, cassette taping)
    Judy Rogers (10, 20 60 – 70 at least) High Bridge Elem., NJ
  4. This was the most informative & interesting presentation I have ever experienced. (reward risk takers, Popsicle sticks, - secret student, humor & music)
    Catherine Movy (5, 9, 20) East End N. Plainfield, NJ
  5. This is the very best workshop I have ever been to! He keeps things moving & is very funny so that you want to be involved. It is like a long game. (quiz/no quiz, beach ball, Popsicle sticks)
    Jennifer D. Harris (10, 20, 35) Sacred Heart, Camden NJ
  6. Dick’s humor and ideas made this program enjoyable and practical. (Student borrowing, silent as a mouse, class stationary)
    Rosemary Zettlemayer (5, 10, <10) Albany Elem. Kempton, PA
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    Jennifer Fields
  8. You can edit text on your website by double clicking on a text box on your website. Alternatively, when you select a text box a settings menu will appear.
    Jennifer Fields
  9. You can edit text on your website by double clicking on a text box on your website. Alternatively, when you select a text box a settings menu will appear.
    Jennifer Fields
  10. You can edit text on your website by double clicking on a text box on your website. Alternatively, when you select a text box a settings menu will appear.
    Paul Christian