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David Ginsburg: Reflective (and Effective!) Classroom Management

David Ginsburg specializes in instructional coaching, leadership coaching, and new teacher training. He has three decades of experience in business and education, including 17 years in urban schools as a teacher, instructional coach, and administrator. He has taught math methods and urban education courses, and has presented on instructional coaching, classroom management, general instruction, math instruction, shared accountability, and data analysis. David holds M.B.A. and M.Ed. degrees, and is trained on Professional Learning Communities, Content-Focused Coaching, Restorative Practices, and The Haberman Star Teacher Selection Interview. And he provides practical tips and resources for teachers and school leaders at Teacher Magazine and Twitter.

Presentation: Reflective (and Effective!) Classroom Management

Description: Real strategies for continually improving our interactions, organization and effectiveness. This presentation will include ideas for anyone looking to improve their professional practice and will be especially helpful for those working at Middle and High School levels and those in high needs schools.

Date & Times: 12:30pm-1pm PST, New York 3:30pm EST, Denver 1:30pm MST, 8:30pm GMT, Paris 9:30pm CET, Perth 4:30am Sun., Sydney 7:30am Sun., Tokyo 5:30am Sun. Check your time zone here!

If you missed the presentation, click here to see the archive.

Website: GinsburgCoaching.com

Twitter: @coachginsburg

Interview about the upcoming presentation!




2 thoughts on “David Ginsburg: Reflective (and Effective!) Classroom Management

  1. I liked your ideas and work as a coach. Thanks
    Fatma khanim

    Posted by Fatma khanim | January 7, 2011, 12:00 pm
  2. Would like to view the presentation on Reflective (and Effective!) Classroom Management as I missed it.

    If you can intimate me about the same.


    Posted by Sonali Rijhwani | January 14, 2011, 3:50 am

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