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About the Instructor – Cheryl Sweeney

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Cheryl Sweeney has extensive experience as a primary classroom teacher and that is what makes her an excellent presenter. Cheryl puts her 30 plus years of teaching experience to good use when she trains teachers and presents workshops at local, state and national levels. She knows what teachers want … practical ideas that really work!

Cheryl has presented her seminars throughout the United States and Canada and has been the keynote speaker at several national reading conferences. She recently received her Master of Education degree in teacher leadership and is excited to share her ideas about learning centers in the hope they will help all students maximize their ability to learn while freeing teachers to work with small groups.

Her resource handbook entitled Using Learning Centers to Differentiate Instruction For All Students in Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies (Grades 1‑3), will be given to each participant attending the seminar.

Cheryl’s expertise, practicality and enthusiasm keep her seminars fast‑moving, enjoyable and filled with useful ideas you can immediately implement in your own grades 1‑3 classroom.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"I hated to see Cheryl’s seminar end! Every minute was packed with great practical ideas to utilize immediately in our classrooms.”
– Karen Barnett, 1st Grade Teacher

“Excellent seminar. Cheryl explained and modeled how to use centers to differentiate learning. Seeing ‘real’ student‑made displays was helpful. I’m excited to implement her creative centers in my classroom.”
– Cathy DeAngelo, 1st Grade Teacher

“What a wonderful day of learning! I’ll enjoy using Cheryl’s center ideas with my students.
– Mary Louise Silva, Kindergarten Center Teacher

“I’m taking back a multitude of ideas on how to use centers to differentiate instruction. Cheryl was both entertaining and knowledgeable!”
– Mirium Rosendo, ELA Teacher

“This was a very informative seminar! Cheryl gave me practical ideas and new take‑home materials that will supplement and reinforce my curriculum.”
– S. Addleman, Teacher

“This seminar was truly one of the best I’ve been to. Thanks for all your great ideas, you are very inspiring and I hope to incorporate many of your ideas. I will also pass on your great ideas to others!”
– Ann Boutall, 3rd Grade Teacher

“Awesome presentation! Thanks for providing us with actual real activities that we can use.”
– Shonda Barnes, 1st Grade Teacher

“I feel ready to jump back into the classroom! Excellent and upbeat seminar! Thank you.”
– Amanda Pirener, 3rd Grade Teacher

“Excellent seminar! I am excited to get to work! Each idea has major benefits to student learning. Thanks!”
– Sherrill Uhey, 1st Grade Teacher

“So resourceful and practical! I can’t wait to begin. Rejuvenation to the rescue!”
– Deb Pruett, 2nd Grade Teacher