Uniquely Qualified Instructor
CATHERINE WILSON is an exceptional educator, consultant and national presenter, who is best known for her enthusiasm, engaging approach to sharing research-based methods and practical ideas for teaching students with special needs. She has a wealth of proven strategies to help you catch up your students with disabilities who have fallen behind.
Catherine brings an extraordinary passion for meeting the needs of all students through universal design for learning, specially designed instruction and appropriate access and supports that shift the focus from student "disabilities" to student "abilities." She is the author of Catching Up Your STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Who Have Fallen Behind, the extensive resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar.
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"Catherine presented very helpful strategies and resources that I can go back to school and implement. Love that I have a book to take home with me and links to resources. Her seminar gave me a deeper understanding of reaching the needs of my students."
Katelyn Lacafta, Special Education Teacher
"I learned new tools to help me reach more students. I gained a lot of information to take back to school."
Marissa Rosa, Teacher
"Catherine is an excellent presenter. She is very knowledgeable and passionate about the subject matter. I gained a lot of good information and resources."
Susan Squyres, Teacher
"Even having a basic understanding of growth mindset, I learned a lot about how to implement these concepts into my class, which is what I struggle with."
Samantha Liptac, 4th Grade Teacher
"A lot of useful information that I canât wait to try out!"
Nikki Schwartz, K-12 Special Education Teacher
"Cat is a great instructor! I stayed engaged and learned a lot!"
Jennifer Cesarone, Special Education Teacher
"All useful information, great reminders and new ideas that I hope to incorporate in my classroom."
Joy Kueny, Special Education Teacher
"I really appreciate Catherine taking us through all these different strategies and ideas. Being exposed to so many different and new ideas was really eye-opening."
Anthony Balladares, Special Education and Inclusion Teacher