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LINDA KLOTZ is an outstanding presenter with extensive experience as an early childhood teacher. She has presented nationally for school districts and at early childhood conferences and seminars. All her ideas have been tested and proven to work in the classroom. Linda’s seminars are dynamic and innovative, yet highly practical and easy to implement. She is the author of HELPING STUDENTS WHO START SCHOOL BEHIND Proven Strategies to Close the Readiness Gap and Accelerate Academic Success (Preschool-Kindergarten), the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar. You will leave with proven techniques and strategies that you can implement tomorrow to reach those students who, through no fault of their own, come to school already behind.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"Linda shares excellent, practical ideas, strategies and materials for teachers – everything presented is easy to implement."
– Renee Dino, Early Childhood Program Supervisor

"Linda presents wonderful, practical ideas and creative, excellent center ideas. Very helpful references and resources, modeling and reading strategies."
– Arden Hetson Weinstein, Early Literacy District Supervisor

"Linda’s seminar is fast-paced, interactive and refired my enthusiasm. Such a wealth of ideas! I can’t wait to get started."
– Linda O’Kane, Title I/Reading Recovery

"Linda Klotz must be an excellent teacher because she gives a wonderful, well-presented, informative seminar."
– Elissa Bibo, Kindergarten Teacher

"Linda has lots of wonderful ideas!"
– Bev Combs, Kindergarten Teacher

"Linda does a fantastic job! I can go right back to my classroom and use many of these ideas right away. Thank you for sharing your expertise!"
– Sharon Browne, Kindergarten Teacher

"Linda is very well organized and presents good teaching practices. She shares examples and ideas that can be easily used in the classroom."
– Ginny Connor, Kindergarten Teacher