Katrina Jackson Talks
About Katrina
Katrina Jackson is a professional educator with over 28 years of experience teaching special education students in grades K-12.  Her practical experience leaves her with a wealth of knowledge in communicating effectively with at risk students using verbally empowering intervention strategies.

She is an enthusiastic and passionate facilitator with experience training several professional development models including  Nonviolent Crisis Prevention Intervention CPI Facilatator, Great Expectations, Parent Talk and the Teacher Talk Advantage. She has also trained Teacher Mentors to support and encourage new teachers. 

Katrina is married and is raising 3 teenage boys. Her ability and commitment to inspire her own children and her students by using effective verbal skills, makes her uniquely qualified to assist others in mastering this important material.

Katrina graduated from the Teacher Leadership Academy at the BAISD for facilatators in 2003.  Since then she has continued to add to her portfolio of workshops she provides  in the community. Katrina has presented many workshops on Brain Compatible Classroom Environments.  She is a trainer of CPI  Nonviolent Crisis Prevention Intervention. 
She  become a mentor trainer, a workshop where veteran teachers learn to mentor novice teachers.
Katrina has taught classes using card sorts on the 4 Domains of Teaching from Charlotte Danielson.

 In 2012 she became a Great Expectations instructor. Great Expectations® (GE) is a professional development program that provides teachers and administrators with the skills needed to create harmony and excitement within the school atmosphere, elements that are basic for inspiring students to pursue academic excellence.
Starting in 2017 Katrina became a CPI Facilitator Non violent Crisis Intervention Trainer.