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About the Instructor – Judy Lynch

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Judy Lynch is a highly experienced K-6 teacher, Reading Recovery Teacher and a national reading expert. Using her Master’s Degree and Reading Specialist Credential, since 1993 Judy has taught in schools with large populations of children with ethnic and language diversities. Her passion is narrowing the achievement gap and providing literacy for all English language learners.

Judy is also the author of four popular professional books for Scholastic: Easy Lessons for Teaching Word Families (1998); Word-Learning, Word-Making, Word-Sorting, 52 Lessons for Success (2002); Making Word Walls Work (2005) and First Grade in Photographs (2009). In addition, she has authored Practical Strategies for Adapting RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION Techniques to Strengthen the Literacy of Your ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS (Grades K-6), the extensive resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar.

Known for her high energy and infectious enthusiasm, Judy is a dynamic speaker. She speaks at national and state reading conferences and consults with schools across the country. Her ideas are exciting and innovative, yet highly practical. She not only demonstrates key strategies, but also shows videos of real classrooms to help you more effectively visualize key strategies with your own diverse students.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

“Terrific seminar! Very encouraging! Doable ideas!
– Darlene Considine, Title I Teacher

Terrific, easy-to-use, research-based strategies! Finally – a seminar that tells us what to do for RTI!”
– Jodi Kinnard, ELL Coordinator

Very, very useful! How wonderful to have new ideas that are helpful for so many students with so many needs.”
– Jane Scheid-Gnadt, Learning Disabilities Teacher

“Judy presented a wealth of literacy strategies that can benefit all students while focusing the presentation on our ELL students – students who need highly skilled teachers to be their advocates.”
– Barb Lebica, RTI Teacher

“Lots of practical ideas that can be used tomorrow! Judy is upbeat and so knowledgeable!”
– Elisabeth Berry, Reading Resource Teacher

“Thank you, Judy! I’m leaving with tons of usable information!”
– Andy Tenhover, 3rd Grade Teacher

“I loved this seminar! Great pacing – kept me engaged the whole day. Lots of valuable ideas!”
– Stacy Stecker, ELL Teacher

“I appreciate the big picture perspective with so many examples of specific interventions!”
– Charissa Considine, 2nd Grade Teacher

“Dang! Woman, you have an amazing amount of practical ideas and strategies we can apply directly – not wait until next year to redesign some component of our classroom curriculum.”
– Sara Hanberg, Intervention Specialist

“Outstanding presenter! Many, many wonderful ideas – Judy is the Martha Stewart of professional development!”
– Samantha Steele, Director of Education

“Lots of practical strategies to use immediately in our program!”
– R. Bohlman, 4th Grade Teacher

“I love all the hands-on ideas! I’ll be able to use these right away with my students.”
– Leah Blondeau, ESL Instructional Aide