Speaking and PD

Although I am no longer in the classroom, I did not leave willingly.  In 2001, I started sharing ideas I had used in my classroom at science and gifted conferences. Soon after, I was receiving requests from other school districts.  I did not want to leave my students and fellow teachers behind but in 2006, a coordinator explained to me that I needed to stop being so selfish. When I turned down speaking engagements, I was missing the opportunity to help more teachers meet the needs of their students. So… I caved, and I am now a full-time consultant. Even now, though, I still work with students through tutoring and consulting so I do not feel I have lost touch with “my children.”  Below are shortcuts for my speaking and professional development pages.

You will find information on my available sessions here.

You will find my rider and speaking requirements here.

You will find my ready to print biography and media photo here.

You will unsolicited testimonials about my previous staff development here.