Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

MICHON HENEGAR has extensive experience teaching students in Pre-K – Kindergarten. Beyond the classroom, she has presented nationwide on how to improve behavior and learning in Pre-K and Kindergarten classrooms. Her seminars always leave educators inspired and ready to apply practical strategies for improving their students’ behavior at school. You will enjoy her ability to connect to your classroom experience with a deep understanding, by sharing relatable classroom stories, engaging in genuine and authentic conversation with the attendees, and providing a variety of teaching techniques that will help guide your Pre-K and Kindergarten students’ to better behavior and more learning. Join Michon and your colleagues for a meaningful day full of practical strategies you will be able to use in your Pre-K or Kindergarten classroom immediately.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

“This seminar was amazing and filled with great tools that I can put to use in my classroom right away.”

“This was one of the best classes I’ve ever taken. Thank you, Michon, for all the information.”

“Michon offered wonderful nuggets and tools to use in my classroom. This seminar was a good use of my time.”

Very powerful presentation today, and it hit home. I love how Michon brings personal and REAL situations to the seminar. Very worthwhile!”

Michon used so many practical stories and examples that I felt like she truly understood what I was facing in my own early learning classroom.”

“I love Michon’s perspective in showing the different ways we can keep students focused. She really made an impact on my thinking process.

“Michon’s insight gave me a new perspective on how to help my students be more successful in the early learning classroom. Thank you for sharing it in a way that was clear and helpful.”

“I really enjoyed this seminar on improving my students’ behavior. It was worth my time!

Amazing presentation! Best one yet! Thank you!””

I loved the seminar and learned about so many strategies I can use for helping my young students be more successful at school.”