Lead In the Way They Will Grow

Presented by Nancy Disterlic

This session inspires teachers to develop meaningful practices to increase student engagement, build independence and confidence as they lead students to discover how to access their creativity and intelligence with integrity.

Conference registration required.


Session Objectives

  • Teachers will understand the impact of appropriate and accurate accommodations and how they influence student engagement.
  • Teachers will recognize the importance of aligned accommodations
  • Teachers will be empowered to develop practices that allow students to work independently

More about the speaker

Nancy Disterlic graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Development and Dallas Baptist University with a Master of Arts in Teaching (Multisensory Instruction). She taught in Keller ISD for 12 years in both elementary and high school, as a classroom teacher, dyslexia therapist and special education teacher for students with autism. She is a Certified Academic Language Therapist, Licensed Dyslexia Therapist, and a member of the Academic Language Therapy Association. She enjoys serving districts and students to develop the skills to become independent and confident. She offers a new perspective for teachers working with students with dyslexia.