Presentations

Keynote Presentations, Workshops, Seminars, and Interview Topics

Most topics can be presented as keynotes, half-day, full-day, or evening sessions. All programs are customizable (topics, scope, audience or grade level, length, etc.) to meet your event’s goals and needs. Dr. Bluestein is now offering two- and three-day programs on select topics. 

Call 505-250-3965, or email Dr. Bluestein for details or to schedule a presentation.

Sorted by topic:* discipline, behavior management, classroom management | emotionally safe schools |  leadership | parenting | self-care, inspiration, career enhancement | students’ social and emotional growth | teaching and learning

Newest hot topics!

Perfectionism: What’s it Costing Our Kids? (For adults working with young people)

The Perfection Deception: Why trying to be perfect is sabotaging your relationships, making you sick, and holding your happiness hostage. (For adults dealing with perfectionism in their relationships, work environments, and themselves.)

Discipline, Behavior Management, and Classroom Management

The Win-Win Classroom: A Fresh and Positive Look at Classroom Management

Dealing with Difficult Students: Practical Strategies for Success with Defiant, Defeated, and other At-Risk Kids

“You Can’t Make Me!” Using Boundaries and Win-Win Power Dynamics to Build Responsibility, Cooperation, and Mutual Respect in the Classroom

“My Brain Doesn’t Work Like That!” Creating Success with Non-Traditional Learners by Accommodating Learning Differences

Managing 21st Century Classrooms: How to Avoid Ineffective Classroom Management Practices

Motivating the Unmotivated: Getting Past Defenses, Disinterest, and Disengagement

Positively Positive (at School): Keeping the Focus You Want in your Classroom

Grownups, Kids & Boundaries: How to Draw the Line

Great Beginnings: Special Program for Beginning Teachers, Returning Teachers, and Preservice Teachers

Emotionally Safe Schools

Creating Emotionally Safe Schools: Is Your School an Emotionally Safe Place?

Dealing with Difficult Students: Practical Strategies for Success with Defiant, Defeated and other At-Risk Kids

The “I Can” Classroom: Building for Success and Achievement for ALL Students

Perfectionism: What’s it Costing Our Kids?

“No, Really! I’m Fine!” Connecting with Kids in Emotional Distress

“You Can’t Make Me!” Using Boundaries and Win-Win Power Dynamics to Build Responsibility, Cooperation, and Mutual Respect in the Classroom

“My Brain Doesn’t Work Like That!” Creating Success with Non-Traditional Learners by Accommodating Learning Differences

Managing 21st Century Classrooms: How to Avoid Ineffective Classroom Management Practices

Climate and Connectedness: The Keys to Successful Teaching

Positively Positive: (at School) Keeping the Focus You Want in your Classroom

Testing, Testing: Surviving the Pressure

Leadership

Secrets of Successful Mentorship: Practical Ideas for Great Leaders

The Soft-Drink Dilemma: Finding Win-Win Solutions in a Win-Lose World

Programs for Parents and Caregivers

“You Can’t Make Me!” Using Boundaries and Win-Win Power Dynamics to Build Responsibility, Cooperation, and Mutual Respect at Home

“My Brain Doesn’t Work Like That!” Creating Success with Non-Traditional Learners by Accommodating Learning Differences

“No, Really! I’m Fine!” Connecting with Kids in Emotional Distress

Perfectionism: What’s it Costing Our Kids?

Win-Win Parenting: Practical Ways to Avoid Stress and Conflict in Your Home (Note: This is a comprehensive program that includes content from the above three programs. It was formerly listed under the title “Parents in a Pressure Cooker.”)

Parents, Teens & Boundaries: How to Draw the Line

Positively Positive at Home: Keeping the Focus You Want

Self-Care, Inspiration, Personal Growth, and Career Enhancement

The Perfection Deception: Why trying to be perfect is sabotaging your relationships, making you sick, and holding your happiness hostage.

Magic, Miracles, and Synchronicity: An Abundance of Gratitude

Boundary Setting 101: The Basics of Accountability and Self-Care

Are Your Colleagues Driving you Crazy? Building Bridges with Difficult People in Your Life

Clearing the Hurdles in Challenging Relationships: Eliminating Stress-Producing Obstacles in Relationships

What’s a Purchase Order? Confessions of an Accidental CEO

So You Want to Write a Book? Sharing your Passion, Ideas, and Voice with the World

Supporting Social and Emotional Growth

“No, Really! I’m Fine!” Connecting with Kids in Emotional Distress

Perfectionism: What’s it Costing Our Kids?

Managing 21st Century Classrooms: How to Avoid Ineffective Classroom Management Practices

Bouncing Back: Building Resiliency and Persistence in Our Students, Helping Them Overcome Failure and Trauma

The Perfection Deception: Why trying to be perfect is sabotaging your relationships, making you sick, and holding your happiness hostage.

Bearing Witness: Support for Children in Crisis

Teaching & Learning

“My Brain Doesn’t Work Like That!” Creating Success with Non-Traditional Learners by Accommodating Learning Differences

The Win-Win Classroom: A Fresh and Positive Look at Classroom Management

The “I Can” Classroom: Building for Success and Achievement for ALL Students

Testing, Testing: Surviving the Pressure

*Many of the presentations cover a range of topics and appear in more than one category. There is also some overlap between presentations, with some content appearing in more than one program. Our office can provide information you need to set up CEUs or University Credit. Please click on titles for more details about each presentation, or contact our office for more information.

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