ACTE Speakers Guide


Looking for the perfect speaker for your next conference, workshop, seminar or in-service?

Use these experts who can speak on various topics in many different areas.

Contact speakers directly and check references provided by the speaker to determine who is the best choice for your meeting. All fees and arrangements are determined by the speakers. For more information about speakers' areas of expertise, presentation topics and fees consult the ACTE Speakers Guide on our Web site www.acteonline.org

Stephen G. Barkley's presentations feature high personalization and involvement. He tailors programs to meet the needs of his audiences, offering stories and humor they'll discuss with colleagues. Keynotes or workshops send participants home with something extra. His experiences in schools throughout the United States and Canada as well as substantial experience with High Schools that Work, School-to-Career, and Tech-Prep audiences have provided rich sources of concrete examples.

Contact Information: Performance Learning Systems, 466 Old Hook Road, Suite 25/26, Emerson, NJ 07630; Phone: (201) 599-9800; FAX (201) 599-0271; e-mail plsnj@aol.com

Dr. Harvey R. Dean's talks incorporate amusing and moving stories from his life as a teacher who serendipitously turned his cause for education into a successful company known nationally for new, innovative solutions and methods. Fresh, practical insights and strategies for improving current education and incubating future approaches will occur in each member of the audience.

Contact Information: 915 E. Jefferson, Pittsburg, KS 66762; (316) 231-0000; FAX (316) 231-1339; e-mail: hdean@pitsco.com

Diane Guidici's presentations demonstrate specific tools educators need to work smarter, not harder, in order to meet demands for relevant education, greater accountability and immediate application. Tailoring the program to the audience and using local information gives each presentation authenticity, credibility and immediate usefulness. She utilizes interactive and experiential learning modes whenever possible.

Contact information: 7140 N. Harold Dr., Tucson, AZ 85743; Phone: (520) 579-3189; FAX (520) 579-3190; e-mail: dagdkg@aol.com

Paula Horabin and Molly Slavonio's presentation is designed to introduce teachers, counselors, and administrators to a program that raises a child's awareness of careers through literature with integrated curriculum. It encompasses six career pathways, utilizing 78 quality books for grades kindergarten through sixth.

Contact Information: 2828 NW, 57th St., Suite 110, Oklahoma City, OK 73112; (405) 840-2287; FAX (405) 840-2247.

Dr. James S. Payne has professional member status in the esteemed National Speakers Association. He is known for his presentations on PeopleWise Motivation, Management and Teaching: The Art of Dealing with People Brain to Brain. …

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