Randy-Boardman

Randy Boardman

Randolph M. Boardman, Ed.D. is the Senior Training Advisor for CPI. Dr. Boardman is also a Senior Trainer of Life Space Crisis Intervention and a National Trainer of Time To Teach!® for Classroom Management and Differentiated Instruction.
 
Before joining CPI, Randy was a teacher and a principal for 27 years in elementary, middle, and secondary schools. He also has experience in residential care working with adults with developmental delays.
 
Since joining CPI in 2001, Randy has worked with legislative issues related to restraint and seclusion, has hired and supervised many of our Global Professional Instructors, and spent eight years developing course content including our Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® advanced courses, the Dementia Capable Care program, and many eResources for Instructors. He has also served as our company media liaison.
 
Currently Randy is back to training on a weekly basis and says, “I’m having a blast—I love making differences and helping Instructors help those in their care.”  
 
In his spare time, Randy enjoys his family, his two grandbabies in Colorado, and playing golf.

You can reach him via email or at 414.979.7084.

Posts by Randy Boardman


A Surprising Way to Make This School Year More Productive
For more success, for more students, more of the time, you may find answers by asking an unexpected question. Read more »
School Safety: Strategies for Educators
By Randy Boardman, Terry Vittone | Posted on 05.15.2016 | with 0 comments
The best school safety measures are simple, effective, low-cost and no-cost strategies you can put to use right away. Read more »
Classroom Management Strategies for Educators
By Randy Boardman, Terry Vittone | with 0 comments
The best school safety measures are simple, effective, low-cost and no-cost classroom management strategies you can put to use right away. Read more »
How to Manage Passive-Aggressive Behavior in Your Classroom
By Randy Boardman, Terry Vittone | with 0 comments
There are different levels of passive-aggressive behavior, and strategies for dealing with each. Try these keys to getting your classroom under control. Read more »
“I want to be a better me.”
At the Boys Town in Omaha, I was nearly brought to tears by what these young men and women shared about their lives and their goals. Read more »
“I Still Matter!” 4 Stories About Empathy
He didn't need my pity, just my respect. Here's how I erased the “in” from “invisible” and valued someone different from me. Read more »
It’s Time to Teach (and Learn!) Effective Classroom Management Strategies
Learn these classroom management strategies to support students with special needs, improve test scores, expand parental support, and reduce disruptions. Read more »
College Credit Now Available for Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® Instructors
All Certified Instructors can now apply for undergraduate or graduate college credits through Augustana University of South Dakota! Read more »
Classic Classroom Management Book Turns 50
By Randy Boardman | Posted on 10.05.2015 | with 0 comments
An evolving classic, Conflict in the Classroom helps teachers handle disruptive behavior safely. Read more »
Memories: Once Lost, Now Restored
By Randy Boardman | Posted on 09.29.2015 | with 3 comments
After caring for Del, my friend and mother-in-law, for 15 years, I reached a powerful new perspective about her dementia. Read more »
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