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About Your Instructor – Marsha Geller

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

MARSHA GELLER is an experienced special education teacher and engaging presenter with more than 30 years of experience working with students with dyslexia. Throughout her career, Marsha has worked not only with teachers, but also directly with hundreds of students with dyslexia. She has prepared classroom teachers, special educators, reading specialists, speech-language pathologists, and private clinicians to work successfully with their dyslexic students.

As a former university instructor, she was responsible for designing and teaching classes on reading disabilities and remediation. She also maintains a private practice working directly with students with dyslexia. It is her greatest joy to watch as a struggling, discouraged reader becomes more successful and confident.

You will leave her seminar inspired, encouraged and filled with a wealth of new strategies to help all your students gain the skills they need to become successful readers.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"This is a great seminar, I learned a lot about dyslexia and things I can do to help my students."
Breanne Latham, Teacher

"This seminar was super informative."
Charlotte Michael, Reading Teacher

"This seminar validated much of the work I have been doing on structured literacy and how as an instructional coach can move our district forward."
Paulette Baker, Instructional Coach

"Very clear explanations of dyslexia and effective ways to address it."
Jennifer Duke, Teacher