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What's Our Purpose?

Pickering Educational Services is a consulting service that provides professional development to schools around the country. We are committed to supporting innovative educational practices that contribute to increased student wellness and success. We wrap all best educational practices around time. While recognizing educational best practices within every school, we are focused on solving each school's time problem regardless of what master schedule they are using. We work with schools better implement the following practices:

  • Flex Time Model Development

  • Trauma Informed Practices

  • Competency Education

  • Performance Assessments

  • Extended Learning Opportunities (ELO's)

  • Team Teaching

We provide these services through on-site professional development, online courses, and off-site conferences. We look forward to working with you!

 

Our Team

Brian Pickering, M. Ed
Owner-President/Presenter

Topic Expertise: Flex Time

Brian is a passionate educator who has worked in Education for nearly 30 years as a teacher, coach, athletic director, administrator, and author. 

 

Brian has been recognized on multiple occasions in his educational career for his hard work and dedication to student success.

 

Some of these awards included:

- 2016 N.H Principal of the Year 

- former N.H. High School Basketball Coach of the Year

-  former N.H. Athletic Director of the Year

- former N.H. Special Education Athletic Director of the Year

Nathan Bisson, M. Ed
Vice President/Presenter

Nathan is a NH certified teacher and school counselor who is currently practicing as a high school counselor in Langdon, NH. Throughout his time as a school counselor, he has been working to enhance the practices of school counseling through using flex time in creative and effective manners in alignment with the ASCA model.