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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

Carolyn McMahon is a high-energy teacher with years of experience in early childhood and kindergarten classrooms. She is an outstanding national presenter who is known for her highly practical and interactive seminars that are filled with classroom-proven strategies. She is the co-author of several books including the Wee Can series and materials used in classrooms throughout the United States, and the sole author of Increase All Your Students’ Learning with Practical, Timesaving Work Stations that Work! (Pre-K and Kindergarten), the resource handbook you will receive at the seminar. Carolyn’s wealth of experience, knowledge and passion for young learners along with a sense of humor are the highlights of spending a day with her.

You will leave with dozens of “hear-it-today, use-it-tomorrow” strategies that will give you a fresh, new attitude as you return to your own students!

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

“Wow! Carolyn shared so many ideas that I can use right away in my classroom!”
– Amelia Callen, Pre-K Teacher

Carolyn is so interactive and energetic. I appreciated learning so many new ideas!”
– Michelle Greco, Special Education Teacher

Thank you for such a fun and engaging day! My notes are full of activities to take back to my classroom and start using tomorrow.”
– Alee Nicholson, Master Pre-K Teacher

This seminar is amazing! Carolyn’s passion for teaching really brought the content to life! I have so many new ideas to bring back to my school.”
– Darci Powers, Executive Director

“Best seminar I have attended! So many ideas to use right away! Carolyn is personable, fun and has a wonderful sense of humor!”
– Dawn Marfilius, Pre-K Teacher

I had a great time and learned a lot! Carolyn is very energetic and made this seminar interactive and fun!”
– Michelle Jocks, Teacher

Carolyn is amazing, highly energetic and she shared usable ideas. I look forward to sharing with my faculty what I learned.”
– Diane Panzarino, Director

“This is by far the best seminar I have attended! Carolyn provided great activities and tools to improve my teaching. I am leaving excited to teach new ideas to my students.”
– Colleen Carroll, Kindergarten Teacher

Mrs. McMahon is a fantastic presenter! This seminar was enjoyable and I can’t wait to implement the new strategies!”
– Heather Wood, Pre-K Teacher

Wonderful resources! Tons of adaptations to meet the needs of diverse students! I’m leaving with lots of ideas that use materials already in my classroom.”
– Carol Siegel, Early Childhood Special Education Teacher