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Savanna Flakes is an engaging and enthusiastic international presenter who believes teachers can successfully work together in co-teaching teams to reach and teach every child. She is an experienced teacher, special education teacher, teacher-leader, and educational consultant who has taught and co-taught a variety of subjects. She is a National Board Certified Teacher, a National Education Technology Standards Certified Teacher and the author of Shaking Up Special Education. She is also the author of Practical Strategies to Incorporate Specially Designed Instruction into Your Co-Teaching, the digital resource handbook you will receive at her seminar. Savanna currently serves as an instructional specialist, coaching teachers, modeling effective instructional pedagogy for teachers, and providing professional development on inclusion, co-teaching, differentiation, classroom management, and serving students with severe disabilities in inclusive classrooms. Savanna is known for her passion and dedication to reaching diverse learners. Her seminars are exciting, hands-on and collaborative.

You will leave this seminar reinvigorated and inspired to use the dozens of innovative strategies to reach all learners in your co-taught classrooms.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"Savanna Flakes is very dynamic. She shared many practical strategies and research-based practices that will improve our students' achievement. Thank you!"
–S. Steinhauff, Special Education Teacher

"Great, practical ideas!I'm walking away with a ton of resources, strategies and a stronger understanding of the co-teaching model."
–Sylvia Walsh, English Teacher

"Thank you for providing so many examples and ready-to-use strategies! I am very new to co-teaching and now have a much better grasp of how to implement it."
–Meghan Colktitt, Science Teacher

"Savanna is an excellent presenter! Thank you for the new tools and strategies!"
–Lynn Sheldon, 6th Grade Math Teacher