Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

TRICIA KITZMILLER is a highly experienced primary and intermediate teacher, literacy trainer, and national presenter. She has worked with students and teachers across the country on innovative, practical, highly effective ways to enhance their Guided Reading instruction and strengthen student achievement in reading. Participants regularly praise Tricia for her interactive, hands-on, and immediately usable ideas that are supportive of students and teachers. All the strategies, lessons, and ideas that Tricia presents stem from the best of what she has found to be successful in her own work with students and teachers. She is also the author of Maximizing the Impact of Guided Reading to Increase Your Students' Success in Reading (Grades 1-5), the extensive digital resource handbook you will receive at the seminar. Join Tricia for a fast-paced, idea-packed day full of current, best strategies for dramatically increasing your students' reading skills through more powerful Guided Reading instruction.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

“Great Day! Tricia was engaging, enthusiastic and knowledgeable about reading instruction.”

“You can tell Tricia is a true reading teacher at heart. She did an excellent job and was delightful to spend the day with.”

“This seminar was fun and filled with strategies and activities that I can use immediately in my guided reading groups.”

“Fantastic seminar! Tricia offered tons of great ideas and strategies I can use with my students.”

A great value for the amount of valuable information, tools and strategies I received.”

“The seminar was very well organized and helped ease my anxiety about how to approach guided reading.”

“Tricia provided reading information that was so worthwhile. The content is great!”

“Tricia is a REAL teacher who understands what it is truly like in the classroom.”

“This seminar was a wonderful way to learn more techniques for helping my struggling readers that I can easily put in place in my classroom.”