Jenny has earned a Doctorate Degree in Education, a BA in Elementary Education, an MA in Early Childhood and Curriculum Instruction. She has been in the education field for over 28 years as a teacher of Infant and Toddlers, Preschool, Behavior Interventionist, K-6, and is an Adjunct Professor teaching a Behavior Management Course using Conscious Discipline.
Jenny has a Doctoral Degree in Education with an emphasis in Instructional Leadership, a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education. She has been in the education field for over 28 years as a teacher of Infant and Toddlers, Preschool, Behavior Interventionist, K-6, and as an Adjunct Professor teaching a Behavior Management Course using Conscious Discipline.
Jenny is a passionate teacher who views problem behavior as a skill deficit just like math and reading and is skilled in prevention strategies that can be used in daily routines. Her passion is designing behavior interventions that teach missing skills so that problem behavior can be changed. Jenny’s specialty areas include Administrators, Head Start teachers, Pre-K teachers, Elementary teachers, Behavior Interventionists as well as before and after school care and parents.
Administrative and classroom coaching has been a successful approach that schools have valued and contributed as the reason for their positive school climate. As a trainer, Jenny is energetic and uses personal experiences to illustrate how changing your perception of misbehavior will change the approach used to solve the problem. Her inspiring workshops provide an opportunity to develop a healthy approach to managing problem behavior while increasing the effectiveness of instructional strategies.
Jenny Provides training on a National and State level for School Districts, Early Childhood Programs, and Parent Workshops.×