Annette Breaux is one of the most entertaining and informative authors and speakers in education today. She leaves her audiences with practical techniques to implement in their classrooms immediately. Administrators agree that they see results from their teachers the next day.
Her message is one of practicality and personality in teaching, of feeling and healing in touching students’ lives, and of common sense and creative teaching strategies. Her writings and presentations generate instant impact on the relationships between teachers and students.
A former classroom teacher, curriculum coordinator, and teacher induction coordinator, she also developed the FIRST Program, an induction program for new teachers hailed as one of the best in the country. The program has been adopted as Louisiana’s statewide model.
Annette has co-authored books with both Harry Wong and Todd Whitaker. Her expertise is in student achievement, classroom management, and new teacher induction. Her books include “101 Answers for New Teachers and Their Mentors,” “REAL Teachers, REAL Challenges, REAL Solutions,” “101 Poems for Teachers,” “Seven Simple Secrets: What the BEST Teachers Know and Do,” and “50 Ways to Improve Student Behavior.”
Her down-south warmth, infectious humor, and ability to touch the hearts of educators invariably bring audiences to their feet. Teachers who have read Annette’s writings or heard her speak agree that they walk away with user-friendly information, heartfelt inspiration, and a much-needed reminder that they truly have chosen the noblest of all professions–teaching.
Education Topics by Annette Breaux:
- “Student Achievement: A Result of Good Classroom Management”
- “Inducting, Training, and Retaining New Teachers”
- “Achieving Maximum Success in the Classroom”
Comments about Annette Breaux:
“We are an “at risk” school and we have what many would consider a “tough faculty.” Within minutes Annette Breaux had our undivided attention and proceeded to keep us spellbound for the next hour and half. Her closure impacted almost everyone to the point that we had tears in our eyes… The faculty gave Annette Breaux, speaker. Find information on booking Annette Breaux here. a standing ovation… What a tribute!”