Ambrose Panico is a veteran educator and change agent who has been a teacher, coach, dean, principal, state due process hearing officer, and central office administrator.
Ambrose Panico is a veteran educator and change agent who has been a teacher, coach, dean, principal, state due process hearing officer, and central office administrator. Ambrose, who began his career as a teacher in a Chicago public school behavior disorders classroom, is assistant director of the Exceptional Children Have Opportunities (ECHO) Joint Agreement in South Holland, Illinois. He has developed therapeutic public school options for students who require higher levels of support and helped districts meet diverse student needs in general education classrooms and district special programs. He also works with districts to develop and implement behavior intervention plans that empower students who are attempting to behave better.
As a consultant, Ambrose has supported the efforts of like-minded educators on a national level. In addition to his public school career, he is a professional development specialist, consultant, and trainer.
Presentations by Ambrose Panico
- Comprehensive Classroom Management
- The Plan to Do Better Process for Creating Effective Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs)
- Five Tools for Changing Behavior
- Engaging Students With Creative Activities
- Valuable Training for RTI Teams
“I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your training at the Giant City Lodge in Carbondale. That truly was the best one I have ever attended in the 12 years of my teaching career. Thank you for your professional guidance and encouragement.”