Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Kathy Morris has been a special education teacher for over thirty years and a consultant for Autism Spectrum Disorder, behavior disorders, assistive technology, and LIFE Skills, providing technical assistance and workshops to educators throughout the United States. She was named “Outstanding Educator of the Year” in her state and has served as Advisor to the President’s Commission on Special Education.

Kathy not only shares her years of special education experience but also brings the personal experience of having twin sons diagnosed with autism and cerebral palsy. Kathy knows what works with students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and uses the strategies daily in her professional and personal life.

You’ll leave this seminar with many new and exciting strategies to make you more successful in your classroom immediately.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

This was an awesome seminar! As a parent and educator, Kathy is very knowledgeable in practical ideas and presented them in a unique way.

This was the best and most insightful seminar I’ve been to in a long time. The wealth of knowledge Kathy shared was amazing.

Kathy is a wonderful presenter. She has vast knowledge of ASD and knows how to share it in a way that is relevant to everyone. I cannot wait to go back to my classroom and use the techniques I learned!

This seminar was both professionally and personally beneficial. Kathy has a wonderful, energetic passion that carries through her seminar – what an enjoyable day!

Well done! Kathy provided us with many techniques to use with our students. I am going back to school with many practical ideas to implement in my classroom.

I was extremely impressed with the presentation. I loved the strategies Kathy shared and will be using them in my classroom.

Kathy’s seminar was informative, interesting and compelling. Her perspective of children on the spectrum was fascinating.

Awesome presentation! Kathy is a passionate advocate for special needs children. The strategies given can be easily and quickly implemented in my classroom.

Kathy did an excellent job sharing material that is both practical and beneficial to educators. Her teaching strategies were highly effective and her enthusiasm and passion have motivated me to learn even more about Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome.