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A Free Education Consultant
ONLINE HELP FOR YOUR EDUCATION PROBLEMS AND QUESTIONS
TEACHERS, SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS, AND TEACHER-TRAINERS HAVE ASKED:
And many other issues.
FREE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT HELP
Ask Prof. Howard Seeman, a nationally recognized education consultant, any question. He will help you with any education problem, free, online, with total confidentiality.
The first question is FREE. If you have more than one question, subsequent questions are: $5 for one subsequent question, $8 for two, $10 for three.
Please send your question(s) via email to: [email protected] or Fax: (586) 279-0935. After the free help, a check for your subsequent questions should be made out to "Prof. Howard Seeman" and sent to:
All replies will be sent to you promptly, and confidentially, via email.
Workshops, at your school, are also available.
ASK PROFESSOR HOWARD SEEMAN, Ph.D.
LIVE, CONFIDENTIAL AND SPECIFIC TO YOUR QUESTION
Howard Seeman, Ph.D. is Professor Emeritus of Education at City University of New York, Lehman College, where he has taught classroom management, educational psychology, methods, and supervised teachers and student teachers since 1970. Besides his Book, Training Video on Preventing Classroom Discipline Problems (now in 3rd edition), he has published over 20 articles in professional journals on education, counseling, philosophy and psychology.
He has been the keynote speaker at many national education conferences and talk-radio shows, and has given over 50 workshops and lectures throughout the U.S. on classroom management, prevention of disruptive behavior, and emotional education. His book is used internationally in over 30 countries, and he was a visiting professor in Japan from 1990 to 1992.
Dr. Seeman originally was a camp director for ten years, directed a camp for emotionally disturbed children, worked in children's shelters, and taught in the New York City public schools as a licensed high school English and Social Studies teacher, and Substitute teacher.