In addition to my demonstration to the Cleburne County Schools’ district office at 10:30, I was able to do a demonstration at Cleburne County Elementary in Heflin, AL at 12:00 with their Data Team and at West Haralson County Elementary’s Leadership Team in Tallapoosa, GA at 3:00. I appreciate the interest of all the teachers and administrators who were willing to listen to my strategies during this busy time of year.

I appreciate Amber Smithson’s return phone call! After giving the highlights of my teaching strategies to her, I was able to schedule a demonstration with Ms. Smithson and her colleagues in Chattanooga, TN at 2:30 on March 29th. What a great way to end my spring break!

I am going to meet with Coline Worthy, Instruction, Curriculum, and Professional Development Coordinator for Cleburne County Schools, AL, on March 28th at 10:30 in Heflin, AL. I appreciate her willingness to see the benefits of my teaching strategies during this busy time of year.

I am excited about the opportunity to share my teaching strategies at the 2019 NCCTM Western Regional Conference on March 16th at 9:00. This will be my second North Carolina conference within the last five months; I did a session at the 2018 NCCTM Conference in Greensboro, NC on November 2, 2018. See you at the conference!

Kerry Putnam, Director of Special Education at Transylvania County Schools in Brevard NC, invited me to share my teaching strategies on March 15th at 12:30. I am looking forward to the opportunity!

I reached out to Nita Smith, Teacher for the Visually Impaired at the Blue Ridge Vision Services, in Asheville, NC. Ms. Smith responded with interest in my teaching strategies. After looking at both of our schedules, we found that we could meet on March 15th at 2:30 in Asheville.

I have been invited to do a session at the Georgia Parents of Blind Children’s summer workshop on June 24th by Haley Alli, President of the Georgia Parents of Blind Children. Please follow the “Latest News” to see the exact date, location, and time.

I contacted Dr. Sandra Lewis, Coordinator and Professor of the Visual Disabilities Program at Florida State University, during my school district’s snow day. Dr. Lewis offered to share my strategies with her colleagues that teach students how to modify math and science materials. Thanks for your help!

I shared some articles and my teaching strategies with Roz Kia, an administrator at the Comprehensive Service center in Hawaii. Ms. Kia offered to put my strategies on their website within the next couple of weeks. Thanks for your help!

I have accepted an invitation from Dr. Kathy Jaqua, President-Elect of the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics, to do a session at their upcoming conference. The conference is going to be in Black Mountain, NC. This is going to be a great way to my share teaching strategies as well as learn some new ones from North Carolina math teachers.

Please check the “Latest News” for information regarding my session’s time and location.