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About Your Instructor – Beth Knoedelseder

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Beth Knoedelseder is a highly experienced reading specialist and classroom teacher who is known for her creative, fun and highly engaging seminars that are filled with ready-to-use strategies and techniques that really make a difference for increasing students’ reading achievement and motivation. Drawing from her own experiences, her seminars focus on what she has found makes a significant impact on student reading growth.

She has a passion and clear understanding of what it takes to engage students in real reading, how to assess to better target reading skill instruction, along with specific ideas for increasing reading fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. Beth is the author of Increase Reading Achievement: Practical STRATEGY LESSONS and Structures to Target Your Readers’ Needs (Grades K-2), the resource handbook you will receive at the seminar.

Join Beth for a day filled with practical ideas, valuable resources and above all, inspiration to help you increase the reading success of all your students!

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

Very engaging content. I am excited bring these ideas back to my classroom!

“Amazing! I learned so much – I can’t wait to get started!

“Thank you, Beth! I am so happy to have new material to try. My class is going to love this.

“Great seminar. This seminar reminded me that we teachers are always learning!

“Beth is wonderful. She has me very excited to try new activities!

“Very interesting seminar. Beth is a wonderful presenter and a great multitasker. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

“So many great ideas. I will definitely be using these strategies in my classroom.”

Fresh ways to approach content and great reminders of things I know!”