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National Train-the-Trainer Institutes

Differentiated Instruction That Works!
Chicago, Nov 28 - Dec 1

STEM Instruction That Works! Significantly Strengthen Your STEM Program Using Project Based Learning Strategies (Grades K-8)
Boston, Nov 28 - Dec 1

Guided Math That Works! (Grades K-6)
Washington, DC, Dec 4-7

Guided Reading to Differentiate Instruction That Works! (Grades K-6)
Philadelphia, Dec 4-7

Co-Teaching That Works!
Boston, Dec 5-8
San Francisco, Jan 16-19

Current, Best Strategies to Identify Reading Problems and Target Instruction to Help Your Struggling Readers Become More Proficient Readers (Grades 1-5)
Chicago, Dec 11-12
St. Louis, Dec 13-14
Anaheim, Feb 12-13
Sacramento, Feb 14-15

NEXT GENERATION SCIENCE STANDARDS: Training Your Grades 6-12 Science Teachers to Effectively Incorporate NGSS into Their Science Instruction
New Brunswick, Jan 9-10
Boston, Jan 11-12
Chicago, Jan 23-24
St. Louis, Jan 25-26
Anaheim, Feb 8-9

Decrease Disruptions and Improve Learning for Students with Complex Behavioral Challenges
Chicago, Jan 25-26
Cherry Hill, Mar 1-2

Early Intervention Strategies to Help Your Students Who Struggle with Reading Accuracy, Fluency and Comprehension
(Grades K-2)

Boston, Mar 5-8

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Rebecca Gault is an enthusiastic presenter and master secondary teacher. She has a wealth of knowledge and experience with the most effective strategies teachers can use to support and increase the reading skills of their struggling students. Rebecca is a National Board Certified Teacher in Adolescent and Young Adult English Language Arts and a published author of several books on the topic of secondary literacy. She has been trained as a Master Teacher through her work with her State Department of Education, and in this capacity, provides ongoing staff development to teachers across her state.

Rebecca teaches online literacy courses with an emphasis on meeting the instructional needs of all students, particularly those who struggle. As a Teacher Specialist for her district’s Professional Development Office she works tirelessly to gather the latest innovative ideas to motivate students and enable their success as readers. While her strategies for helping struggling readers are research-based, they are also practical and easy-to-implement. Join Rebecca for a fast-paced, inspiring day to help you work smarter, not harder, to increase the reading skills of your students who struggle the most.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

“Exceptional! Best handbook I have ever received at a seminar!”
– Susan LeFevre, Teacher

“Rebecca provides a lot of useful strategies for my classroom.”
– Jessica Osmanski, 7th Grade Special Education

“As a literacy coach, I am charged with supplying my staff with literacy strategies that they can use in their classrooms. This seminar is an amazing source of ideas and resources that I will surely take back to my staff!”
– Karen Boatner, Literacy Coach

“Very helpful and beneficial!”
– Rebecca Bradley, Special Education Reading

“Rebecca is a spectacular presenter. Terrific presentation!
– Kristin Maggiore, English Teacher

“Excellent! I learned a lot about how to help my students. Thank you.”
– Bet Barton, Reading Specialist

“I appreciate the practical examples. Great ideas!”
– Laurel Horn, Special Education Teacher

Cannot wait to implement these tools in my classroom!”
– Jennifer Flores, Middle School LA Teacher

“Rebecca provides a lot of great resources that are applicable and current!”
– Kathryn Fransko, English Teacher

“Great, informative and relevant – thanks!”
– Jamar Shelov, Special Education Supervisor