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I will come to your school to present a half or full day workshop. It will have the same content as that viewed on the tab above: November 2022 Workshop!


The workshop below is for Classroom Management. I have been teaching for 48 years. My methods are incredibly helpful. Please call me at 973 489 6113 or E mail me at to ask any questions. I hope you can come!!

In November, 2022,I will be presenting a Workshop for Gr. 4 -12 teachers, (and "Pre - Service" Students), administrators, social workers, and other Child Study Team members….anyone who has ever had his or her classroom disrupted by one student (or more) or ….for anyone working with difficult, defiant, unmotivated, or emotionally disturbed children in regular or special education classes. This Workshop is focused on classroom strategies that really make a difference. This is an amazing course packed with practical strategies that teachers can implement on the very next day at school.

**I will also come to your school to present the same Workshop –contact us (see above – for more details)!!

*****If you are interested, please click on the link below!******

My name is Mark Richman and I have been in education for over 48 years - as a math teacher, Dean of Discipline, and an Assistant Principal. I have won numerous awards for my teaching skills, among them "Teacher of the Year." I was a camp counselor for 20 years at Trails End Camp, in Honesdale, PA, where I further used my talents to work with children in the summer camp situation. I am the author of four best-selling books on classroom management, motivation and values education (including “Just Let Me Survive Today...” A Primer in Classroom Management and Motivation).

After teaching for 19 years at JHS 43 and another 5 at Lincoln HS, both in Brooklyn, NY, I headed the Guidance and Math Departments at Erasmus Hall HS for Science and Math, also in Brooklyn, N.Y. I then served 3 years as a Staff Developer in the Brooklyn and Staten Island Schools (in NYC). I taught for another term at Automotive HS in Brooklyn NY before returning once again to Administrative chores at The HS of Economics and Finance in NYC (right across the street from the World Trade Center) – where, on Sept. 11, 2001, my 4th day on the job at my new school, I helped evacuate and lead his 800 pupils to safety! After teaching for two more years at Port Richmond HS, in Staten Island, NY, I retired from the NYC Public Schools. I am now in my seventeenth year as a math teacher (in my “second career”) at Columbia HS in Maplewood, NJ.


Sincerely Mark Richman

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