Educational Consulting with Dr. Linda Karges-Bone
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Consulting with Purpose
Dr. Linda Karges-Bone is a popular keynote speaker at state and national conferences, including the National Title 1 Conference (six years running) and the National Differentiated Education Conference. Dr. Karges-Bone combines humor with the latest in brain-based research to deliver uniquely entertaining, enlightening presentations. Dr. Karges-Bone is the author of 34 books on parenting and education. Her most recent book, Rich Brain, Poor Brain: Bridging Social and Synaptic Gaps in Schools, has captured the attention of educators nationwide and is a best-seller in the field.
A Distinguished Professor of Education with 33 years of experience preparing future teachers, Dr. Karges-Bone travels nationwide (presenting in 45 states so far) and is available to speak at conferences, professional development workshops, banquets and dinners, and school events. Dr. Karges-Bone can also appear virtually online.
Dr. Linda Karges-Bone
Speaker. Author. Teacher.
"Dr. Karges-Bone has been a favorite speaker at training sessions for Special Education Teachers and Classroom Assistants. Her knowledge of curriculum, instruction, brain research and grant writing is impressive. Her upbeat and entertaining presentation style always garners high evaluations from every audience."
Janis Anderson, Former Special Education Coordinator for Berkeley County School District (SC)
The week after your workshop, I asked my superintendent to meet and we discussed many things from your workshop. By the end of January, we had issued a 21 day read aloud challenge through readaloud.org, became affiliated with Dolly Patton’s Imagination Library, and hosted a family literacy night that had excellent attendance. All of this happened thanks to you: your wisdom, and your willingness to come to Eastern Montana and share your talents and inspire us.
Teacher, Sydney Montana
"We received 4 of the 9 grants awarded in Berkeley County! Thank you for working with the Westview Primary School teachers on their EIA grants!! Having you work with our teachers on their grant submission forms is a terrific use of our resources! We have received a large portion of the Berkeley County School District EIA grants for the past 5 years!! Sign us up for next year!"