Creating a Positive School Culture with Positive Teacher Language
Mr. Anthony Bronaugh, Sr.
The goal of the presentation is to demonstrate the power of positive teacher/administrator language and it's impact on student/teacher relationship and the culture and climate of a school building.
This professional development is vital to all teachers and administrators that wish to change and/or enhance the culture and climate of their building, demonstrate the impact of verbal and non verbal communication with students and adults and to have participants realize how this training/professional development costs very little to implement.

Participants will be able to participate in activities that show the power of negative thought, the power of a negative comment or relationship can have on a student or colleague and the importance of having a personal mission/vision statement.  
Mr. Bronaugh is a graduate of the University of Toledo holding degrees in English Education, Special Education and a Master's Degree in Administration and Supervision.  He is currently employed by Toledo Public Schools. He began his career with TPS in 1998 as a special education teacher. Since then, he has held several positions including dean of students, assistant principal (elementary and high school) and principal at the elementary school level. Mr. Bronaugh has served on the board of trustees for Toledo Excel, WGTE Broadcasting, Toledo Association of Administrative Personnel and the Urban Leadership Development Program with the University of Toledo and Toledo Public Schools.  He has previously been a speaker at Bowling Green State University Capstone Commencement, Batelle for Kids, Responsive Classroom National Conference, Toledo EPIC, Leadership Toledo, Boys and Girls Club of America Regional Conference, various schools across Ohio, and the Toledo Public Schools State of Schools Address. He recently co-taught a graduate level course, Instructional Leadership, to the Urban Leadership Development Program (Fall 2014).