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About the Instructor – Carolyn McMahon

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Carolyn McMahon is a high-energy teacher with years of experience in Kindergarten classrooms. She is a sought-after national presenter who is known for her interactive and highly practical seminars. She is the co-author of several books include the Wee Can series and materials used in classrooms through the United States. She is also the author of the extensive digital resource handbook, DISTANCE LEARNING in KINDERGARTEN: Successful, Practical Strategies that you will receive at her seminar. Carolyn’s wealth of experience, passion for young learners and sense of humor are evident in her seminars.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"Carolyn is warm, energetic and engaging. She shared varied and efficient work stations. I'm excited to implement her ideas and share with my team."
Christy Porter, Kindergarten Teacher

"This was one of the most enjoyable and educational seminars that I've attended. The information was very valuable and I can't wait to implement."
Lorraine Rojas-Rogers, Pre-K-3 Teacher

"I appreciate Carolyn's wisdom that comes from her experience as a classroom teacher. Practical, doable, and applicable to improve instruction and student learning in my class."
Lisa Olsen, Kindergarten Teacher

"Carolyn is exciting and motivating! Her seminar is comprehensive and packed with ideas that can easily be implemented in the classroom."
Joanne Dellavalle, Teacher