Welcome to the largest training organization in the United States
for those who teach children. Thank you for visiting us today.
Established in 1989, the Appelbaum Training Institute has trained hundreds
of thousands of individuals throughout the United States and Canada,
as well as in other countries of the world. We receive letters from
home and abroad telling us how our books, audio tapes, and videos have
helped teachers, parents, and children.
are the future of the world. Our mission to ensure that those who
care for children, are knowledgeable in techniques to guide children
to be all they can be.
- Our seminars
are exciting, informative, and motivating. They cover topics that
relate to children and building a brighter future for them through
- Our speakers
are classified as the "best of the best." They have each been hand
picked and carefully trained to be experts in the subject areas they
teach. Moreover, they are dynamic, motivating, and inspirational.
- Our books
are the finest you will find on children. The topics range from discipline
to child development to stress management. Many of our books can be
used for continuing education credit and clock hours.
Maryln Appelbaum is well-known
as an outstanding authority on families, change, and education. She
has a doctorate in Psychology and Masterís degrees in both Psychology
and Education. She has worked as a therapist and has been a consultant
for families and schools. She has been owner and headmaster of three
educational centers and one private school for children. She has been
the Executive Director of the National Center for Child Care Professionals
and the National Center for Montessori Education.
She has written
more than thirty "how to" books geared exclusively to teachers and parents.
She is especially known for her books, Do It Right, A Positive
Guide For Discipline, and How To Talk To Kids So They
Listen. Her books, videos, posters, and audio tapes are
used throughout the United States, as well as in Canada and South America.
She has appeared
on television talk shows and has been quoted in newspapers including
USA Today. She has been interviewed on both television and radio
talk shows across the United States.
She received White
House Clearance in 1989 as a leading contender for the position of Director
of the United States Office of Child Care Services.
Marty Appelbaum has been
conducting training seminars for teachers over the last fifteen years.
Marty has undertaken extensive studies as a teacher. He has a Bachelorís
degree, as well as a diploma with a Montessori teaching certificate,
from the National Center for Montessori Education.He has also earned
certification from the National Center for Child Care Professionals
as a child care professional.
He has been a teacher
of children from preschool age through high school. He has a natural
rapport with students that is infectious. He has taught in inclusion
classrooms with diverse groups of students. His teaching style enhances
cooperation and positive attitudes in all of the lives of his students.
He has authored
and co-authored eleven child care books, six of which have been approved
as self-instructional books to be used for Continuing Education.
Marty has appeared
on television and radio talk shows, and he has been the contributing
editor for parent magazines.
Martin and Maryln formed
the Appelbaum Training Institute in 1989. A.T.I. has become our nation's
most successful company that provides teacher training.
has grown to meet the ever-expanding needs of the child care and teaching
community. As each state developed expanding regulations for their child
care providers, the Appelbaums met those regulatory needs. New child
care staff seminars and child care management seminars were developed.
Self-Instructional materials that gave Continuing Education Units were
written to meet the requirements and regulations for teachers. New cities
and states were entered into the training circle. Books, audio tapes,
and child care resources were developed and are continually being expanded
to serve the needs of the educational community.
Soon, the organization
added seminars and in-services for elementary, middle, and high school
teachers. These seminars became so popular that the Appelbaums had to
hire other speakers to assist in reaching all their requests to provide
seminars. The primary focus of these seminars are topics that teachers
all want: discipline and guidance, inclusion, guided reading, and other
During any given
week, the organization provides dozens of seminars throughout the United
States and Canada. They have provided seminars, workshops, in-services,
and self-instructional materials for more than one million individuals
in the United States, as well as abroad.