Lori Jackson LORI JACKSON, MS, CAGS, LSP Lori is an educational psychologist who has been working with students and their families for over 15 years. She believes that all children have the capacity to succeed in school and the right to a quality education. Lori has seen the transformation that is possible when students and educators are given the right tools to overcome their social emotional disabilities and she is passionate about helping more educators experience these breakthroughs. She believes that parents and families need to be involved in the educational process because learning does not happen in a vacuum at school. Steve Peck Steve is a special educator with over 15 years of experience working with students with a range of disabilities. Steve believes that new technology is key to helping students overcome their functional skill deficits in the classroom. Steve has always been both a teacher and a techie at heart and has had great success using technology to augment and enhance learning and communication in the classroom. Steve created several innovative special education programs in public schools that allow students to remain in district at their neighborhood schools and succeed in those classrooms rather than having to face the disruption of a school change.
Almost two-thirds of teachers report that behavior issues interfere with their ability to teach according to a Primary Sources report. Wow! We know you need real solutions to help support student behavior and make lasting change. Using leading research and updated methodology, we can help you to teach your students to manage the underlying causes of behavior difficulties. By teaching kids to understand and find strategies to manage their emotions, you help them to find lasting and positive behavior change. Together, we can make positive and lasting change in the lives of our students.
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Lori has an MS and a CAGS from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts in Applied Educational Psychology. Steve Peck has an M.Ed from Boston College in Chestnut Hill Massachusetts in Severe Special Needs.
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