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What teachers are saying...

I just wanted to thank you for all you’ve done for us here at our school. Our training yesterday was one of the most positive and empowering we’ve ever had…. On a personal side, you have given me new hope in my teaching and abilities. I’ve been at this for 28 years, and I still have so much to learn. But, I’m getting better every day. Thank you for pushing me, painfully at times, to be better. You have been an inspiration, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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Fourth Grade Teacher, WY

You are awesome at what you do, Deb! We loved having you here!! You made this training enjoyable as well as informative. Thank you!!

It was an extraordinary and useful training. You are a gifted, kind, and entertaining presenter!! Thank you!

Our staff is very complimentary of your workshop/training. And they leave with knowledge and confidence in their new learning and classroom practice.

Thank you for all the great information you shared. The content of our professional development will help me to become a better reading teacher. You are by far the best presenter around!

I had been hurrying through my guided instruction work, but you helped me understand how important that process is for comprehension. You have changed me! I love being in your sessions.

Thank you so much for the wonderful training you did. You made our life better and our students’ lives too!

Your guidance throughout our training with you has been passionate and inspiring – thank you for sharing your laughter, your kindness, your knowledge and love of reading.

Thank you for the informative and most of all useful information over the last three days. I’ve acquired more useful strategies and materials to improve my reading instruction than I have over the last ten years.

What experts are saying...

Marilyn Adams, a beloved researcher in the field, is considered a leading voice for teachers and for informed reading practice. She is best known for her seminal text, Beginning to Read: Thinking and Learning about Print.

Jan Hasbrouck is best known for her work in reading fluency. She brings her generous and warm spirit to the important work she does with teachers and to the field of reading research.

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