A champion fighting for the limitless possibilities of teachers as a driving force for infectious classrooms and positive school culture.
Jonathan Alsheimer Bio
Jonathan Alsheimer is the unorthodox, energetic, and entertaining middle school teacher who refuses to live a life of limitations and works with UFC Fighters, Celebrities, and Clothing Brands. Jonathan often referred to as "my favorite teacher" by his students, is the author of "NEXT LEVEL TEACHING" soon to be released in 2020.
As a passionate educator and National Keynote Speaker, Jonathan Alsheimer will present on the limitless possibilities of teachers as a driving force impacting an infectious classroom and school culture. NEXT LEVEL TEACHING is about every teacher bringing their unique flair to better their school every single day, going the NEXT LEVEL engaging your students, establishing community partnerships, building powerful relationships, and always striving to be "That Teacher" that their students remember!
Jonathan Alsheimer also speaks to students about overcoming adversity, giving maximum effort, respecting each other and adults, and striving to make an impact on their schools in a session entitled "NEXT LEVEL IMPACT!"
Jonathan, teaches at the world-renowned Fred Lynn Middle School, which was featured in two documentaries "Relentless" and "Relentless: Chasing Accreditation", has been featured as the teacher who forged a partnership with UFC Fighter and light-weight contender Paul Felder to bring a message of never giving up, fighting for their education, and empowering the students to believe in themselves, all principles that Jonathan promotes in his classroom.
Jonathan Alsheimer also partnered with Fear the Fighter, MMA clothing brand to establish a stop-bullying campaign with "Relentless" Principal Hamish Brewer. Jonathan Alsheimer didn't stop there and established a formed a relationship with Chris "Drama" Pfaff, MTV reality star and CEO of Young and Reckless to bring clothing to his "students in need" and worked to build student leaders in his school.
As Jonathan always says, "Game-changing is not a cliche motto; it is a way of life... some talk about it while others live by it!