No Teacher Left Behind (NTLB), as both Bryan Fiese’s book by and his motivation program for educators that goes by the same name, has proven itself as a conduit of choice for many school districts throughout the United States. These districts were wise enough to seek support for the scholastic equivalent of the “front lines:” teachers.

 The NTLB learning session is based around cognitive responses and reflexes supporting classroom-set differentiated learning. This session will enable educators to recognize the varying backgrounds of knowledge, readiness, learning preference, interests and language represented by the modern student body, and react to these variables in a responsive manner. NTLB participants learn to meet each student where he or she is and assist them in the learning process to procure maximum growth and individual, scholarly success. Teachers will gain a talent for developing facilitated learning environments through a leadership approach employing a “push-pull” dynamic which benchmarks high expectations of academic achievement. This talent comes in addition to knowledge in positive reinforcement, which coincides with session-defined intrinsic motivators to create a safe, constructive working and learning environment and build self-esteem in students.

By the end of Part 1, educators will know:

• How to Motivate Students
• How to Engage Students in the Classroom
• How to Provide Tactful Discipline
• And How to Keep Yourself Motivated!

No Teacher Left Behind Part 2 - Classroom Delivery
In today’s classrooms, students expect teachers to “Eduatain” them through a day’s class period. This session is about teaching educators how to deliver the essential, hard-hitting lessons while balancing skills in modern technology, thereby grabbing students’ attention so they can retain more important information.

Improve Instruction 

Teachers will learn the methods necessary toward balancing technology and more standard delivery methods in order to create an engaging environment. It is estimated that the average classroom learner’s participation pie chart is made up of 7% of listening to a teacher’s words, 38% listening to tone of voice and 55% paying attention to an educator’s body language. This session provides the tools and strategies necessary to help teachers connect and engage with Generation Next.

No Teacher Left Behind Part 3 - Creating a Positive Environment
Our fun and innovative training session, which allows observation of individual and team behavior, is known as The Motivated Team Building Block System. Through the System, teams get help toward identifying strengths and utilizing necessary tools needed for efficient work. Because teachers and a school’s administrative staff must work as a unit to maximize their pupils’ learning experience, The Motivated Team Building Block System focuses on bolstering skills via three major goal posts: Improve Moral, Create a Positive Environment and Open Up the Lines of Communications.

No Administrator Left Behind
To be an effective leader, one must act simultaneously as an innovative thinker, savvy goal-setter, risk-taker, mentor, coach, counselor and expert communicator. That’s a huge load, but our rewarding No Administrator Left Behind (NALB) program explores the various methods that achieve this multifaceted position while inspiring people, winning their trust and pushing them that extra mile when they (and you) need it. Participants will learn how the new roles, challenges and expectations thrust upon them by today’s school environment can be turned to an administrator’s advantage. This advantage is then used to encourage staff to realize their full potential, thereby creating a hugely successful work environment. This particular keynote/workshop has been responsible for many U.S. school districts’ recent success stories. An administrator coming out of NALB will be motivated and empowered with a refreshed sense of value for their school’s teaching staff. They will also have a new strategy to use when facing down their educational milieu’s many challenges.



10 Rules of Engagement 

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Kids of today’s generation are living on a brand of new technologies and constantly adapting and updating to the current trends. They have access to Ipads, octa core powered processor devices and a lot more. With these students developing at such exponential rates the teachers should also evolve and adapt and change their teaching methodologies in such a way that they co-exist within the Student-Teacher Eco system and help understand the students better.

Engaging students in the class room!

Bryan Fiese’s rules have transformed the way teachers now interact with the student and how they mingle with them. Bryan Fiese techniques and methodologies have shaped a new trend in this field.


As the saying goes, “The first impression is the best impression” Welcome the students with a hearty smile which makes them comfortable and creates an instant connection. This helps you have a strong bond and develop further on this.


Long gone is the traditional row by row, end to end setup. A semi-circle seating approach allows the teacher to easily interact with all the students, thereby allowing them to concentrate on each individual. A healthy communication and dialogue is maintained in the classroom.

3.       Develop rapport with the students

Start striking a good conversation with the students; ask questions which evoke a healthy debate, share stories from your experiences which help the students understand the concepts better.

4.       Bring in the Enthusiasm

You need to be self-confident and have an authoritative use of voice patterns, shift notes and adapt yourself according to the situation. The Body language should evoke a sense of confidence which help to connect easily with the student crowd.

5.       Use Supporting Technique

Make use of supporting technique 55% of the time. This helps the students understand better and progress well through the course.

6.       Facilitated Learning

This is a revolutionary technique which involves a student talking 80% of the time. This helps in a substantial increase in student level interaction. It helps their analytical and verbal skills. Since they talk and explain the topics, it helps them understand the topics better and help them grow.

7.       Audio – Visual Techniques

Deliver the same concepts using Audio –visual mode of explanation. Since more senses are involved like listening, viewing and perceiving this helps the students to gather more information and relate it examples. These kinds of techniques help students’ analytical and sensing abilities.

8.       Brain Plasticity

A remarkable and trend setting methodology which help the students to make use of specific brain functionalities, helping them achieve more focus and concentration. Full Brain functionality helps them gain more knowledge and garner more sensory abilities.

9.       Achievable goals

There is no point in setting goals which are impossible for to attain in a short span of time. Like 5 different fingers on our hands, each student is different, his or her individual subject grasping abilities differ from others. We need to device a work plan and set attainable and achievable goals for individual students. As these students succeed on this goal, it helps them to gain confidence and grow further. With each successive goal they progress on their skill and abilities.

10.   Change Is Good

Keeping things monotonous doesn’t serve any purpose. We need to constantly keep changing the way things work. Keep the students guessing on what is going to happen next? The element of surprise always helps in keeping the students engaged and more interactive.

 Teachers are student’s role models, guidance and form a stepping stone towards success. They need to develop and mold themselves to help students achieve their maximum potential.


Module 1:

  • Understanding how to teach to this generation.
  • How to create a facilitated learning environment that is engaging.
  • Effective listening skills.

 Module 2:

Connecting with students through:

  • Verbal patterns.
  • Brain functions.
  • Personality modeling.

Module 3:

  • Creating an engaging classroom setting.
  • Empowerment  techniques for disciplining (scripting techniques).
  • Handling conflict.

Module 4:

  • Providing intrinsic and extrinsic motivators.

Module 5:

  • Delivering your lesson with pizzazz.
  • Balancing technology and creating visual stimuli.

Module 6:

  • Sustaining a “Flow Environment”