042: The Teachable Minutes with Dr. Connie Hebert

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Are you a parent or grandparent who desires to raise smart and appreciative children? Dr. Connie Hebert shares the secret in this inspiring conversation. Learn how to catch millions of teachable moments on the fly by implementing SAT, her easy to remember 3-part way to keep this top of mind and turning everywhere we go into a “school” Don’t miss this!

Fun Fact(s) about Dr. Connie:

  • Connie has had the privilege of visiting 47 states in the U.S.A. and 3 countries.
  • Connie loves to cook.

Reasons to Tune-In:

  • Connie shares how yoga has helped her reduce stress and find balance in her life.
  • Be inspired as Connie encourages you to do the best you can… and start where the learner is.

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About Dr. Connie:

DrConnieHebert_RoundDr. Connie Hebert (pronounced HE-bert) is dedicated to catching kids all over the world by motivating, teaching, and inspiring educators and parents.

She has presented seminars, model lessons, and inspirational keynote addresses for parents and teachers in 47 states and 3 countries.

She is the author: The Teachable Minute: The Secret to Raising Smart & Appreciative Kids (Morgan James/NYC). Other published work includes Catch a Falling Reader, Catch a Falling Writer, and Catch a Falling Teacher.

For more information, please visit: www.conniehebert.com and www.theteachableminute.com

Note: A portion of all sales of The Teachable Minute go directly to Habitat for Humanity

Connect with Dr. Connie:

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