Daniel J Hodgins
Daniel J Hodgins is an exceptional, internationally renowned presenter and author of two books titled, Boys: Changing the Classroom, Not the Child and his new book titled, GET OVER IT, Relearning guidance practices. Daniel has done keynotes, workshops, and seminars in over 48 states, Japan, and Canada.
As a consultant, Daniel works with educators, parents and other professionals, helping them to understand the research-based theory and how to adapt curriculum and environments that support the continued development of children and families. Daniel has a unique grasp of children and family issues learned from over 30 plus years of experience working as a teacher, director, educator and parent in both the private and public sector. Daniel's interactive style is both informative and entertaining.
In addition to his work as a consultant, Daniel has worked as the Coordinator of Early Childhood Education, at Mott Community College, Flint, Michigan where he developed and received recognition for one of the most outstanding training programs in the country.
Daniel has designed and delivered presentations for the Government Services Bureau (GSA), National Head Start, National Association for the Education of Young Children, Fisher-Price, Starnet, Leadership Connections, High/Scope, State Departments of Education and a variety of nonprofit organizations.
Daniel has received the National Community Education Family Advocate Award, The Catalyst for Change Award, The National Community College Educator Award, Friend to Head Start and continues to be recognized.
Daniel lives in Florida, no longer does he shovel snow or scape ice. He enjoys the beach, his salt water pool and his Seadoo. He has one daughter Jennifer, who lives in Tokyo, Japan. Dan enjoys traveling to all parts of the world and meeting new and interesting people.