Uniquely Qualified Instructor
Kathy Morris has been a special education teacher for more than 30 years and a consultant for executive function disorders, behavior disorders, autism, assistive technology, and LIFE Skills, providing technical assistance, seminars and workshops to educators throughout the United States. She was named "Outstanding Educator of the Year" in her state and has served as Advisor to the President's Commission on Special Education.
Kathy knows through experience what works for students who have trouble with executive function skills such as focusing, getting and staying organized, regulating their behavior, and making the choices that will help them be successful in school, both socially and academically. She is known for her fast-paced and interactive seminars that leave participants inspired to try new strategies with their students who struggle in school. You won't want to miss this day filled with highly effective ideas and interventions to support your students to become more independent and develop greater executive control of their time, tasks and materials.
You will leave her seminar with renewed energy and a toolkit of strategies to help you be more successful in your classroom or online instruction immediately!
What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter
"One of the best seminars I've attended in my years of practice. Informational presentation by a lively presenter."
Anna Marie Vinci-Marzocca, Occupational Therapist
"Kathy is a passionate instructor who complied a very useful resource handbook of strategies and information that I can start using as soon as I head back to work."
Nina Tsung-Sze, Junior High Math Teacher
"Kathy is fantastic! I left feeling inspired, with a ton of new resources to use with my private practice clients and high school students. Fantastic seminar with a wonderful personal touch!"
Stacie Bennett, Speech-Language Pathologist
"So many immediately usable resources and strategies. Perfect to use for addressing all students where they are to elicit their best potential and show them they can and will achieve!"
Heather Rich, Title I