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Providing training and publications in common sense and critical thinking for over 25 years.
 
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#1 Prevent School Shootings: Student Manual Description Included in the Training This is Lesson 1: Prevent School Shootings. Problem-solving skills are taught as ways to handle life’s situations and to prevent conflict. We sometime use the
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Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
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Workbooks, Activities, Mini-Course
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#1 Prevent School Shootings: A Train-the-Trainer Manual Included in the Training This is Lesson 1: Prevent School Shootings. Problem-solving skills are taught as ways to handle life’s situations and to prevent conflict. We sometime use the word
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Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
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Not Grade Specific
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Teacher Manuals, Activities, Professional Development
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This activity is taken from Lesson 1 of the Cool Calm Clever Series. Today, what does it mean to be a Cool Person? What is seen as cool will change from time to time, from place to place, and from generation to generation. Cool is what the Cool
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Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Professional Development
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Activities, Fun Stuff, Mini-Course
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This activity is taken from Lesson 2: Say It Out Loud! Public Speaking. An individual must be confident enough to speak up in groups, classes, and meetings. It feels good to contribute to the conversation. In this lesson students will . .
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Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Character Education
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Teacher Manuals, Activities, Fun Stuff
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Are You Open to Diversity? This activity is taken from Lesson 3 of the Cool Calm Clever Series. This activity provides cultural diversity awareness. The goal is for the participants to become more aware of interactions with cultural differences.
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Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
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Not Grade Specific
Types:
Activities, Mini-Course, Cultural Activities
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Brainstorming This activity is taken from Lesson 4 of the Cool Calm Clever Series. Activity Description: So, you want to be Cool ? Cool People have qualities that make them charismatic or attractive in some way. Cool People have a positive
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Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
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Not Grade Specific
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Teacher Manuals, Fun Stuff, Mini-Course
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Included in the Training This activity is taken from Lesson 5 of the Cool Calm Clever Series. This is Lesson 5: But I Meant . . . Communication Skills. Since conflict is a meeting of different and sometimes opposing views, effective communication
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Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
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Not Grade Specific
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Teacher Manuals, Activities, Mini-Course
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Included in the TrainingThis Problem Situation Solving activity is taken from Lesson 6 of the Cool Calm Clever Series.It teaches the participants to think outside the box and to use a situation solving outline. Included in the
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Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
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Not Grade Specific
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Teacher Manuals, Activities, Fun Stuff
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Included in the Training This activity is taken from Lesson 7 of the Cool Calm Clever Series. This is Lesson 7: Oops! What Went Wrong. These skills are vital in the process of planning for the future and setting mini goals that make it easier to
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Life Skills, Critical Thinking, Problem Solving
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Workbooks, Teacher Manuals, Activities
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This activity is taken from Lesson 8 of the Cool Calm Clever Series.There is one conflict style that you will use most of the time.You also use different conflict management styles for different people.We all evaluate the situation and determine
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Gifted and Talented, Critical Thinking, Professional Development
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Not Grade Specific
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Activities, Mini-Course
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Cool Schools Campaign Poster (Mediator 8 x 11) Part of Pinnacle Training and Publishing's "Increase The Peace" Cool Schools Campaign.
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Critical Thinking, Criminal Justice - Law, Early Intervention
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PreK, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th, Homeschool, Staff
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Cool Schools Campaign Poster 1 (Mediator 8 x 11) Part of Pinnacle Training and Publishing's "Increase The Peace" Cool Schools Campaign.
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Gifted and Talented, For All Subject Areas, School Counseling
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1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
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Activities, Word Walls, Posters
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11 X 17 Cool, Calm, and Clever *** Promo Poster
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Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, Coaching
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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
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My life stories allow me to pass on to others the lessons that my family taught me. Reading about my successes and blunders just might help someone in some small way, or, at least provide some guidance to them. The way that my family helped and
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Afro-American Studies, Literature, Short Stories
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Not Grade Specific
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Literature Circles, Nonfiction Book Study, Cultural Activities
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More house rules about moral values, how to pick friends, and other positive personality builders. These stories show more about Prinkie and some of her family members.
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Afro-American Studies, Literature, Short Stories
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Not Grade Specific
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Fun Stuff, Nonfiction Book Study, Cultural Activities
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This story introduces you to Prinkie and some of her family members. It talks about why she spent two years in kindergarten, why her nickname is Prinkie, and how she feels about this nickname.
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Afro-American Studies, Literature, Short Stories
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Not Grade Specific
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Fun Stuff, Nonfiction Book Study, Cultural Activities
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Prinkie tells stories that talk about some of their household rules. These stories show more about the family standards, some of her family members, and life as the middle child.
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Afro-American Studies, Literature, Short Stories
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Fun Stuff, Nonfiction Book Study, Cultural Activities
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By Pinnacle Training and Publishing
This story introduces you to Prinkie and some of her family members. It talks about why she spent two years in kindergarten, why her nickname is Prinkie, and how she feels about this nickname.
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Afro-American Studies, Literature, Short Stories
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Fun Stuff, Nonfiction Book Study, Cultural Activities
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Publisher, Author, Mediator, Training Consultant, Facilitator, and Ethicist. Dr. Boozer has over 50 years of developing and implementing training programs to meet the assessed needs of clients. For decades, my company has provided Professional Development Training for staff at all levels of an organization’s structures, and we have trained and coached disadvantaged communities seeking to participate in the decision-making processes within their local and statewide communities.

MY TEACHING STYLE

About the Training Process: Retention improves when you use more of your senses. You retain about . . . 20% of what you hear. 50% of what you hear and see. 90% of what you hear, see, and do. For this reason, our trainings cover both theory and practice. The theory includes the many skill-sets necessary to be an effective leader. The practice reinforces the skills with visuals, work groups, hands-on practice activities, brainteasers, and other relational activities. Completing the activities and the forms in the manual will increase retention of the lessons. It is vital that these tasks are completed. In addition, it is vital that students have their own Training Manual to write their responses and complete the assigned tasks. They will be using the Training Manuals later when they become Co-Trainers, Peer Trainers.  Visuals: The Training Manual itself is the major visual element in this training process. Other visuals include handouts, posters, and the use of newsprint to chart comments.  Work groups: To maximize productivity, the training encourages using a small work-group structure, with each group containing 3–5 participants. In small group settings, introverted individuals are more likely to participate and learn. Small groups also encourage a healthy competitiveness that encourages groups to work harder.  Hands-on practice activities: To further enhance the learning process, each participant is required to practice the taught skills.  Brainteasers: The beginning of each lesson includes “wake-me-up” brainteaser activities designed to spark a different way of thinking. The practice activities are given just enough time for the participants to think fast and rely on their common sense. If given more time, then they will begin to second-guess their responses.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Born and lived my first 16 years in the segregated south, I later lived 24 years in the mid-western state of Indiana before moving to Connecticut where I have lived and studied at Yale and other universities for over 20 years. Ph.D. Psychology (Social), Union Institute & University. Psychology (Social), Yale University, Graduate School, MAR (Masters of Art in Religion), Ethics, Yale University/Yale Divinity. BS, Business Administration/Philosophy, Charter Oak University. Real Estate Sales & Brokers Licenses, Nick Sander’s Real Estate School. HUD Certified Property Manager, National Center for Housing Management. A.S., Machinist, Anderson Area Vocational Technical School. A.S., Accounting, Indiana Business College.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

More than 80% of her career has centered on developing and implementing programs to meet the assessed needs of clients. She received formal training as a trainer/facilitator at General Motors; there she trained both union and management personnel to work together to better combat off-shore competition. For over 3 years she was employed at Community Mediation, Inc. (CM) where she worked with prosecutors on court cases, redesigned CM's mediation training, and initiated the re-starting and re-structuring of the New Haven, Connecticut's public school peer mediation program. She has mediated over 800 cases and has a 95% success rate of mediating cases from court, gang wars, race riots, and racial, neighborhood, schools, organizational, and Board disputes. In 1990, Dr. Boozer was 1 of the 4 Co-Founders of their non-profit organization, Survivin' N Da Hood.

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