Teacher Training

Welcome Back, Dragon Handlers.
Listen in Now!

An exciting and different “back to school” keynote for teachers and staff!

“I want to officially thank you for attending our Avondale Elementary School District Kick Off Celebration. It could not have been better. Your presentation truly made a difference in our celebration.” -Dr. Cathy Stafford, Superintendent

Inspire and Motivate Your Teachers and Staff in Your “Back to School” Events, Convocations and Gatherings!

Hear Sean for Yourself Right Now! Take just 4 minutes and 15 seconds to listen to Sean speak to 700 teachers and staff when you click here now!

Why Bring “Welcome Back, Dragon Handlers” for YOUR Group?

* Fun!
Your audience laughs and plays along with Sean as he inspires them to look more deeply at their motivations for serving in your school and district.


There is just enough audience participation to keep everyone actively involved but not enough to create some “not again” eye rolling.

* Learning!

By way of example, Sean demonstrates the most effective ways to integrate storytelling techniques (your most effective teaching tool!) into a presentation.
This is natural teacher training.

*Focused on You!

Keynote is easily adjusted to your theme.


Our keynote fits well into your time slot. Keynotes can run from 30-60 minutes as needed.


We are well aware of budget issues and have priced this event to fit most budgets. Please take the time to talk with us.


If your day includes short workshops, Sean will teach one at no additional charge.

*More than a Keynote!

You can book Sean to create in-service and teacher professional development around the use of powerful stories and storytelling.

Bring an audience-centered, fun and inspiring message to your “back to school” event this year. Great for any time you need to inspire and motivate- any time of year!

Looking for new energy and a new message for your kick-off event? Sean Buvala, a veteran of nearly 25 years of speaking and teaching, uses his years of experience with the power of storytelling (yes, for adults!) to bring new learning and insight to your group.

You’ll be laughing and learning along with your staff as you hear Sean expertly weave world tales into a reflective mirror showing the challenges and joys of teaching and working with young people. . .and their parents.

At the end of the keynote, your group, newly motivated, will be thanking you for such a fun, unusual and fast-paced “back to school” event.

Experience a new twist on the teacher and staff convocation or ask about creating a powerful in-service or professional-development day.

Book NOW to reserve your best date for this affordable and fun teacher event.

About Your Presenter: Sean Buvala

To learn more about Sean Buvala, please visit his main
website at SeanTells.com

Sean describes the collection of stories in his head as “life and legend” representing the mix of stories from his experiences, myth and legend from many cultures, sacred stories and observations of shared life events. As a storyteller, Sean primarily works with teens and adults in educational, nonprofit and corporate settings. He describes his style as somewhere between “in your life and in your face” depending on the needs of the group he is telling to/with at any given gathering.

Sean has been presenting and storytelling “on the road” since 1985. He has traveled to perform and present workshops in dozens of states and to hundreds of organizations in those states. His audiences have ranged from just a few people gathered in a living room to several thousand teens and adults. He is the founder of Storyteller.net, the largest online resource for storytelling and storytellers.

Most important of all- Sean is the father of four daughters and husband of one wife. He lives in the Phoenix, Arizona area. His wife says that when he is home from the road, he is a great cook.

2 comments on “Teacher Training
  1. Clinton says:

    I must tell you that I have been very fortunate to work with a studio that sees the value in my type of storytelling and filmmaking.

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