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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

BONNIE ANGEL is uniquely qualified to present this seminar. As a veteran classroom teacher and Mathematics mentor with more than 25 years of experience, Bonnie has worked extensively in a variety of classrooms and schools to help students who are behind in Math to catch up. From small rural districts to very large school systems with incredible diversity, Bonnie has worked tirelessly to support teachers, academic coaches, paraprofessionals, administrators and other staff to increase student success in Math. A frequent state and national presenter, she has provided many professional development offerings on cutting-edge, best practices in Mathematics. Bonnie is a past president of her state's National Council of Teachers of Mathematics affiliate organization and has served on her state's Department of Education Math Advisory Board. Bonnie is also the author of Catching Up Students Who Have Fallen Behind in MATH (Grades 3-6), the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"I really enjoyed the day with Bonnie. She shared so many great ideas for helping students with learning math."
Laura Beller, Teacher

"I really enjoyed Bonnie's seminar and have tons of ideas to take back to the classroom!"
Richard Eales, Teacher

"Bonnie was great! I'm super excited about everything I learned today and can't wait to share it with my students."
Stephanie Blanton, Teacher

"Bonnie provided a lot of resources and things to think about, perfect for use in the classroom to help bridge students' gaps in math."
Erin Rhinesmith, Teacher