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About Your Instructor – Jackie Pickett

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Jackie Pickett is an experienced Third Grade teacher and Instructional Coach, with particular expertise in matching practical, classroom tested strategies with the needs of her diverse students. Focused on only the best strategies that are proven to support instruction -- rather than adding just one more thing to teachers' very busy days – Jackie shares the easy-to-use, non-tech and tech tools perfect for any third grade classroom. She incorporates critical strategies into classroom content to help support student engagement and integration of cross-curricular learning.

Jackie is a proven expert able to help all educators infuse practical, ready-to-use ideas into their daily instruction. She has taken her expertise of Third Grade and presented to teachers across the nation. Her knowledge is respected and helpful to teachers faced with the challenge teaching a wide range of students. Jackie is also the author of Catching Up Students Who Have Fallen Behind in THIRD GRADE, the extensive DIGITAL resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"This was a great seminar! Lots of information! Looking forward to trying these out in my classroom!"

"Jackie is an extremely engaging, high energy instructor. Her enthusiastic and welcoming personality keeps people interested, but also makes them feel comfortable, allowing them to ask questions and dive deeper. She has a wide range of ideas and approaches which she uses to tailor her techniques to any subject!"

"A fabulous day! I was feeling very overwhelmed before this, but Jackie gave us lots of ideas to try to help engage students."