Gary Weber

Gary Weber is a CPI Global Professional Instructor, training educators and other professionals in positive strategies for handling difficult situations. He teaches the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program and our advanced course on ASD, as well as seminars on Autism Awareness and Workplace Bullying. With a B.S. in Early Childhood Education and an M.S. in Educational Administrative Leadership, he has over 30 years of public school experience, including 19 years as an elementary school principal. Gary is passionate about his second career in promoting CPI’s philosophy of Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security℠ for everyone.

Posts by Gary Weber

In Costa Rica, I had one of the most rewarding experiences of my 10 years with CPI! Read more »
By Gary Weber | Posted on 03.17.2016 | with 0 comments
If you ever feel like an island, you can be part of the continent instead: A member of a community filled with resources and support. Read more »
Ever been through such effective professional development for teachers that you wanted to share it with every educator you know? Now you can! Read more »
How does your school measure up? It’s not too late to do a check-up and make improvements. Policies and procedures are a start—but you need more than that. Read more »
Being a good listener. A good communicator. Doing your part. That's all part of team building, but it's nothing without this fundamental ingredient. Read more »
By Gary Weber | Posted on 03.16.2015 | with 2 comments
We know YOU commit precious time and resources to get to our classes, so we, in turn, weather storms to get to you! Read more »
"Ready! Fire! Aim!" is one way to develop a behavior improvement plan (BIP)—but here's what works better. Read more »
As we struggle to agree on the Common Core academic standards, we should also think about standards for Common Care. Read more »
Appreciation is defined as “a feeling of being grateful for something.” This definition is well-represented in the Teacher Appreciation Week sentiments. Read more »
Here are some considerations for nurturing strengths in the light of what an autistic child can do. Read more »
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