All I can say is WOW! I only gave you 4 stars because I wanted you to speak longer. Charles Bishop
You were the most engaging, motivating and humorous teacher speaker I've ever seen or heard. Everyone wants you back next year. #MAESP18 Jessica
I had the pleasure to hear Dr. Brown at WATC, in Wichita, KS this past Friday for a conference. Thank you, Doc, for inspiring me as an educator to reach ALL students! Your presentation was spot on and what I needed to get me through the rest of the semester! Inspiring words and touched my heart! Bless you!
Jacee Tice, NCK Tech, Beloit, KS
I am a school administrator in Texas and I heard you at an Opening Day with our faculty and staff; you were invited back for PL with selected programs and I also heard you with our students and parents. You are a gift. We can not decide which facilitation was the best. You hit it out of the park in all. Many of the teachers think your parent universities were grand slams. Thank you for doin what you do the way you do it - authentically and relatable. My husband is the COO of a Large Texas based corporation. Please consider working with them. They will be calling on Monday. Thanks again for using your God given gifts to inspire positive change with all.
February 18th, 2018 - Just heard you speak at a teacher professional development training at Illinois State University. The things you had to say about placing EVERY student in your wheelbarrow was spot on for what educators need to hear today! I love your message about not just putting in the easy ones, the gifted ones, the athletes, etc. into our wheelbarrows. As a special education teacher I have seen too many kids left out of the wheelbarrow and it breaks my heart. Thanks for the 4 F's of teaching - I have been reflecting on them all weekend and can't wait to implement some changes. I am also grateful for the reminder that reflective teaching is effective teaching! I am glad you followed where you felt driven to go in your professional life. As you spoke about your life, I was reminded of the poem "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost. The last line of the poem reads, "I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference". You didn't have to take the road your teachers, mother and grandparents, tried to lay out for you, but to your credit you did - and you just kept taking the road less traveled, until you are where you are today. I believe because you took the road less traveled you have opened up roads for many others. God Bless!
Special Education Resource teacher
Deer-Creek Mackinaw Jr. High School
Really good show! Profound, transforming, & mind blowing!
Doc is the tock to the tic to the tic tock of a clock