Instructional Practices for Inclusion and Engagement


8:30 am - 2:30 pm


Pickaway Ross Career Technical Center
895 Crouse Chapel Road, Chillicothe, Ohio, 45601, CSE

Event Type


If you are including more and more students with mild to moderate disabilities in your classrooms, then this is the workshop for you. This workshop is packed with practical, doable intervention strategies that respond to and engage all learners in the regular classroom.

MEET OUR SPEAKER: Kathleen Kryza, Kathleen Kryza’s Infinite Horizons

Kathleen Kryza is a life-long learner, an experienced teacher and an outstanding international presenter/coach/consultant. Kathleen is passionate, informed and committed to bringing the best educational practices to schools and teachers, so that they can help ALL students succeed. She has taught general education, special education, and gifted and talented students.   Kathleen has also worked with students of varying socio-economic and multi-cultural backgrounds   She has taught and co-taught a variety of content areas at both secondary and elementary levels. Workshops with Kathleen are highly practical, brain-targeted and inspirational.  When Kathleen coaches and consults in districts, she differentiates instruction to meet needs though modeling lessons and by observing and guiding teachers as they grow their skills.

Kathleen is co-author of the new book, Transformative Teaching: Changing Classroom Culturally, Emotionally and Academically. (Solution Tree Press, Oct. 2015). She is also the co-author of Developing Growth Mindsets in the Inspiring Classroom (Inspiring Learners Press 2011) and the Corwin Press books, Inspiring Secondary Learners (2007), Inspiring Elementary Learners (2008), Differentiating in the Real Classroom (2009), and Winning Strategies for Test Taking (2009).  Kathleen is featured in the video, Differentiating Instruction in the Intermediate Grades, Bureau of Education and Research (BER), 2008. She has presented for school districts locally, nationally, and internationally for over 24 years on various educational and motivational topics.

Kathleen has a Masters Degree in Special Education, and a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education.  Kathleen is a National Writing Project graduate.  She has also done extensive training over the years with giants in the field on topics such as differentiated instruction, brain-targeted learning, cooperative learning, co-teaching, coaching, and content literacy.

TO REGISTER:  Contact Verdie Williams,
Teachers and administrators from other districts must get permission from the school to attend.  Non-district attendance is limited to 15 people.

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