Conference for Pennsylvania Kindergarten Teachers
Feb 02-03 2017 -- Harrisburg, PA
Featuring Presenters: Donna Whyte & Deede Wills
Discover professional development that is research-based, innovative, practical, and motivating, and will also help you increase rigor and critical thinking in your instruction.
  • Behavior Management
  • Technology Integration
  • ELA & Math Standards
  • Differentiation & At-Risk Strategies
  • Critical Thinking & Creativity
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Maria Banks

Maria Banks

Maria has spent 20 years developing techniques to support guided reading and writing in the classroom. She has also created materials to support differentiated learning. Maria has worked as a consultant, staff development coordinator, and national workshop presenter. She believes in sharing information that will refresh and motivate the reflective teacher.

Nicole Bazner

Nicole Bazner

Christina DeCarbo

Christina DeCarbo

Cristina is an energetic first grade teacher with a strong background in literacy. She has experience providing motivating professional development workshops to teachers across her state and collaborates with educators through her popular blog, Miss DeCarbo’s Sugar and Spice.

Deirdre Dugdale

Deirdre Dugdale

Kim Hughes

Kim Hughes

Kim has 32 years of teaching experience as a PreK teacher, a PreK director and Kindergarten teacher. She is a former North Carolina Teacher of the Year. For more than 15 years, she has conducted hundreds of trainings at local, state, national, and international conferences. Kim now works part-time for her school system as a coach and mentor for PreK and K teachers. Since 2000, she has been a Teacher Voice on National Governing Boards.

Phyllis Rohn

Phyllis Rohn

AnnMarie Smith

AnnMarie Smith

AnnMarie is a dedicated kindergarten teacher and instructional coach at Clemente Charter School. In 2013, her colleagues voted her “Teacher of the Year”--a testament not only to her exceptional teaching, but also to her willingness to collaborate with and share best practices with her peers. As someone who struggled in school and understands those frustrations, AnnMarie’s instructional program is based on differentiation. While differentiation is art, science, and a lot of planning, AnnMarie believes that it is an integral feature of a classroom dedicated to allow all students to find and reach their potential.

Dan St. Romain

Dan is a national educational consultant who is passionate about helping educators shift their perspective on behavior and understand the best ways to provide support given the challenges posed in today's classroom. He also regularly presents on topics impacting school climate, brain-based instruction, developmentally appropriate educational practices and presentation skills. Currently, Dan works as a behavior consultant for a school district, working directly with students, while also providing support to the staff. His sessions are exceedingly interactive and entertaining, though his greatest asset lies in his ability to offer participants rich insight into the connectedness between educational practices and student behavior.

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