Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Kay Law is uniquely qualified to present this seminar. As an experienced teacher of gifted students with extensive teaching experience at all grade levels in a variety of settings, Kay truly understands the needs of gifted and high achieving students. Kay knows what works and what doesn't. As a master teacher trainer, she's known internationally for sharing highly practical strategies that can be used immediately. She is the author of Best Instructional Strategies for Challenging and Motivating Your GIFTED/TALENTED STUDENTS (Grades 1-8), the extensive gifted instruction resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"I am so glad that I attended Kay's seminar. She is an energetic and enthusiastic presenter."
– Sarah Eylands, 4th Grade Teacher
"This is my second Kay Law seminar. I've learned an enormous amount each time. I will keep coming as long as Kay keeps presenting."
– Noreen McBride, 3rd Grade Teacher
"Kay Law provides an excellent balance of philosophy, brain research and practical management strategies for both new and experienced teachers."
– Carolyn Gibson, 6th Grade Teacher, Assistant Principal and Curriculum Facilitator
"The most beneficial, teacher-friendly workshop I've ever attended."
– B. Carol Boyd, K-1-2 Multi-Age Teacher
"Wow! Enthusiastic, informative, creative, imaginative instructor. Kay is an inspiration! What valuable ideas I have to bring back to my students."
– Mary Wood, 5th Grade Teacher
"Kay is so knowledgeable and brings a wealth of examples. Her passion is contagious. We sat at the feet of a master practitioner."
– Patricia Patterson, ELA Specialist
"Every teacher serious about what they do should attend Kay's seminar. Fantastic job!"
– Riki Weeks, Middle School Math, Dean, Advisor
"Wonderful! This is the best seminar I have ever been to. Kay really made me think outside the box!"
– Rachel Davis, 2nd Grade Teacher
"Outstanding! Kay is an exhilarating speaker. She captures every moment of attention with interesting and useful information on differentiating curriculum for all subject areas."
– Carol Giannantonio, Middle School Technology/Geography Teacher