Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Kathy Perez is an acclaimed teacher and international presenter who specializes in creative approaches to teaching diverse students. She integrates effective strategies and research with passion and insight from her own extensive teaching experience. This innovative and interactive seminar is loaded with teacher-tested materials and activities you can use immediately and share with others.

As a dynamic presenter, Kathy has the experience to guide both novice and veteran teachers through an informative day filled with practical, ready-to-use ideas and strategies. Kathy knows firsthand the daily challenges teachers face and will give you dozens of methods to address those challenges in your classroom.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"Kathy is a firecracker of inspiration, knowledge and useful techniques. I highly recommend her seminar."

"Dr. Perez is an enthusiastic presenter with great practical ideas that you can put into practice in your classroom the very next day. Well worth the time!"

"Woo-hoo! I consider myself a wonderful teacher, but WOW! I can be so much better now, with all the new strategies I learned for inclusion. Thank you, thank you, thank you!"

"Kathy is wonderful. One of the best seminars I have attended in 14 years of teaching!"

"Wow! So many wonderful ideas for differentiating for my learning-disabled students and making learning fun again!"

"Kathy is the best presenter I've ever seen or heard! Disciplined and delightful … you will walk away with so many ideas for your 'toolbox.'"

"Kathy is an enthusiastic speaker with wonderful strategies to share. This was a wonderful seminar – not just for special education teachers, but all teachers!"

"Kathy kept the seminar moving with her enthusiasm, wit and wealth of information."

"My commitment to children with disabilities has been fine-tuned today by this outstanding seminar."

"Kathy Perez is a 'must-see' presenter for all teachers – not just inclusion or special education teachers."