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We recommend highly experienced BER presenters who have consistently received outstanding evaluations from educators attending their trainings.

We guarantee you'll be fully satisfied or you'll owe us nothing after your on-site training event.

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Yamiley Jean-Simon is an experienced co-teacher and presenter. Yamiley first started utilizing the Marilyn Friend co-teaching strategies in inclusive classrooms as a special education teacher. She experienced such effective results that she returned for more training in order to become the district's co-teaching trainer. Over the years, she has collected a wide variety of strategies and tactics to leverage the co-teaching partnership in a wide variety of classrooms.

As a Special Education leader, Yamiley enjoyed helping teachers learn her classroom tested strategic supports tailored for student growth and success. She is alsothe author of Strengthening Your CO-TEACHING: New, Innovative Ideas for Accelerating Student Success, the comprehensive digital resourcehandbook each participant will receive at the seminar.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"Yamiley's ability to take a complex subject like special education law and present it in a way that both seasoned teachers and novices could understand was exceptional. I reference her presentation often as I coach special education teachers in my district."

"Yamiley's co-teaching knowledge and expertise are so valuable for anyone learning to navigate the co-teaching environment!"

"The ideas, strategies and activities Yamiley presents are perfect for meeting the specific needs of all students in my co-taught classroom."

"Yamiley's professional developments are mind changing! They are full of knowledge, advocacyoriented, and most of all they are inclusive. Her passion equity is projected in her presentations."