Savannah, GA Conference

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Practical Teaching That Works for Today's Classrooms!
Hyatt Regency Savannah Savannah, GA March 19-21, 2006

Differentiated Instruction in Reading and Literacy

Gayle H. Gregory has been a teacher in elementary, middle, and secondary schools. She now consults internationally (Europe, Asia, North and South America, and Australia ) in the areas of managing change, differentiated instruction, brain-compatible learning, emotional intelligence, instructional and assessment practices. Gayle has authored many books and has been featured in Video Journal of Education's best selling elementary and secondary videos. Gayle is committed to lifelong learning and professional growth for herself and others.

Gayle H. Gregory

Ron Walker

Keynote: Enhancing Learning: Things Teachers Should Know; Tactics To Enhance Learning in and Reading

Ron Walker is the President of Walker Educational Consulting, Inc., a company specializing in working with the teachers and parents, and is the Educational Consultant to the National Professionals' Consortium on Attention Deficit Disorders. He began his career 28 years ago as a classroom teacher and has taught in a wide variety of settings at both elementary and secondary levels. Ron has spent the last twelve years working with more than 600 school districts in approximately 30 states, giving workshops, providing school consultation, and speaking at conferences.

Writing for Elementary Students; Writing for All Students

Sandra Worsham has been teaching writing for 30 years and is newly retired. She is a published writer who currently gives seminars and workshops in the teaching of writing. Sandra has delivered over 100 workshops throughout the United States . She edited a book written by her students ( students of all ability levels, grades nine through twelve) entitled Everybody Has a Story to Tell:Stories from Flannery O'Conner's Milledgeville . She has also written articles for the English Journal, including Making Winners of the No-Win Track.

Sandra Worsham

Dr. William Bender

Differentiated Instruction: Teaching Smarter, Not Harder; Differentiated Instruction In Math

William Bender is a national leader in instructional tactics and differentiated instruction. He has an innate ability to use a combination of practical strategies and easy humor that keep audience members perched on the edge of their seats, eager to hear the knowledge he has mastered. Dr. Bender is widely recognized in education for students with learning disabilities and behavior problems. Dr. Bender has been a professor at the University of Georgia for the past 18 years and has written over 60 published articles and over a dozen books. His latest books are: Relational Discipline: Strategies For In-Your-Face Kids and Differentiated Instruction in Math.


Differentiated Instruction in Co-Taught Classes

Cara Shores has sixteen years' experience as a special education teacher and administrator focusing on inclusion classrooms. She has also served as a consultant on several state-wide training projects for inclusion. Cara is highly sought-after as a presenter, and is the author of Positive Outcomes: Utilizing Student Support Teams as a Tool for School Improvement.

Cara Shores

All featured sessions are presented in an interactive, 3 hour workshop format! Registration is $299 per person; Group Discounts Register 5 or more $269.00 per person President's Reception plus Coffee & Danish Breakfasts Included

(For room reservations please call the Hyatt Regency Savannah at 800-233-1234 )