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Dr. Barbara (Barb) Blanke is an outstanding math educator, author and international presenter who is known for her creativity, enthusiasm and practical ideas for teaching students and teachers about understanding mathematics. Barb brings a special passion for meeting the differentiated needs of all K-6 students in mathematics, along with a wealth of practical tips and ideas for using Guided Math in your own classroom to all of her presentations. You’ll find her sessions lively, informative and packed with practical ideas.

Kelly Harmon is an enthusiastic and engaging presenter who has a wealth of real Guided Math teaching experience and practical strategies from her many years as a classroom teacher, instructional coach and national consultant. Kelly’s presentations are fast-paced, interactive and highly engaging. You will receive dozens of classroom-proven Guided Math strategies you can use to strengthen your math instruction and greatly increase all your students’ mathematical understanding and achievement.

Amy Stark is a National Board Certified Teacher, author and international presenter with extensive and current classroom experience. Her presentations provide a wealth of valuable resources, ideas and activities to make Guided Math learning fun and help your students be more successful. Amy’s sessions offer practical, classroom-proven Guided Math ideas that are easy to implement and easy on the budget that will motivate and improve the learning and achievement of all your grades K-6 students.