SNT Consultation provides consultation and coaching to individual schools, programs, or teachers through on-site visits, video-conferencing, or tele-communications.
All SNT trainers and consultants have extensive expertise in effective in for improving teacher and student performance. Read More
SNT Consulting provides regional, state, and national trainings, along with on-site trainings specifically tailored to your school.
Kevin Dill, Ed. S.
During his tenure in education, he has served as a special education teacher, public school Principal, and Director of Special Education. An internationally renowned educator and popular speaker, he offers practical instructional strategies to help all students learn. Kevin is known across the country for his innovative and researched based strategies designed to eliminate chronic disruptive behavior and improve student performance in the classroom. He is a specialist in the area of student behavior with over 20 years of teaching experience. Kevin has authored several education resources including the Most Powerful Solutions to Eliminating Chronic Disruptive Behavior in Your Classroom.
Sandy Beherns, Ms. Ed.
Sandy Beherns has over 20 years of classroom teaching experience. Sandy is the 2011 Central Illinois Golden Apple Award Winner and has earned a national reputation as a renowned education speaker and author. Sandy’s high energy, humor, and keen insights have made her a very popular presenter at many state, national, and international conferences. She trains extensively on the Differentiated Classroom in the areas of reading, writing, math, and classroom management to help all children learn. She has developed curriculum materials in writing, math, language arts, reading, and social studies to support the Differentiated Classroom.
Gwen Badgerow, Ms. Ed.
Gwen Badgerow, Ms. Ed. is a master level trainer and educational psychologist who specializes in how the brain receives, processes, stores, and recalls information. She is an Adjunct Professor of Assessment of Special Needs at Eureka College. Gwen was nominated for the Ted Smith practitioner of the year and winner of the Innovative Practices award for two consecutive years. She is an international presenter and trainer bringing her unique and dynamic approach to teaching and learning. During trainings, Gwen utilizes high levels of humor, energy, activity, and audience interaction. For the past several years, Gwen has focused her practice of developing and implementing researched based interventions for students who are struggling in reading, language, writing, and math.
Sherri Bolen, Ms. Ed.
Sherri Bolen has enjoyed 25 years of educating elementary and middle school students. With a Master of Arts in Teaching, her dynamic presentations are a wealth of standards based, literature centered ideas differentiated to meet the various learning styles within the classroom. Sherri’s blend of high energy and enthusiasm mixed with audience participation and interaction make her a very popular presenter.
Cheryl Mitchell, Ms. Ed.
Master Level Teacher, Adjunct Professor, and Literacy Consultant, Cheryl Mitchell, is a recognized leader in the field of effective classroom instruction having over 20 years of experience teaching in public schools. Cheryl is an energetic and inspirational educator and motivational trainer. A highly sought after presenter, she has worked with teachers, administrators, and support staff throughout the country. Cheryl brings her classroom experiences and a toolkit full of research-based best practices to every session. She demonstrates how to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of each learner in the classroom with practical, brain-compatible, research-driven ideas that can easily be implemented the very next day. She is known for her energetic style and ability to blend research with practical teacher-tested strategies. Cheryl has worked extensively with individual schools to implement strategies for improving instruction and accelerating student achievement in the differentiated classroom.
Jennifer Jewell, Ph, D.
Jennifer Jewell, PhD is an educational consultant, trainer, and practicing school psychologist. Jennifer has presented at the state and national level on all topics related to Response to Intervention (RtI). Jennifer has worked as an RtI coach and consultant in over forty districts across central Illinois. Most recently Jennifer has been training on the implementation of RtI in the special education setting, utilizing data in education, and assessment and intervention methods in the areas of math, reading, and written expression. Jennifer is a published researcher in the field of curriculum-based measurement and incorporates evidence-based strategies in her workshops as well as in her role as a school psychologist. Jennifer’s ability to highlight her trainings with examples from the field make her a very sought-after presenter.
Jamie Hollis, MS. LPC.
Jamie Hollis currently serves as the Director of Autism and Developmental Services for Easter Seals Central Illinois. As a Masters Level Clinician and Licensed Professional Counselor, Jamie directs the Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnostic Clinic providing comprehensive clinical evaluation for diagnosing children who may have Autism. As Director, Jamie was instrumental in leading the development of The Autism Learning Center, an Intensive Therapeutic Autism Program which provides ABA, DIR/Floortime, and Sensory Integration based interventions for accelerating learning, communication, behavior, and social-emotional skills. As an educational consultant to both public and private school systems, Jamie successfully led the development of the Academy for Autism, which provides researched based teaching strategies and therapeutic interventions for students in grades K-12. Throughout her career, Jamie has worked extensively with At-Risk youth. She has provided students with educational and behavioral evaluations, as well as interventions and strategies for improving processing, sustained attention, executive functioning, and behavioral skills. Jamie graduated Suma Cum Laude from Bradley University with a Bachelor’s of Science in General Psychology and earned a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology. She has taught graduate level courses related to Cognitive Assessment and authored continued therapy curriculum for high-risk adolescents. As an accomplished consultant and presenter, Jamie brings her extensive knowledge, experience, and the most current researched based interventions for improving academic, social-emotional, and behavior skills for students who have Autism.
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"These strategies will help our teachers reach the most difficult students in our classrooms."
Director of Special Education
Anonymous Feedback from Workshop Evaluations:
"Wonderful! I think this is the best I have ever seen."
"Mr. Dill is an awesome presenter – lots of great ideas and examples – I have some new, fresh ideas to use in class. I felt like he really knew and has experienced some of my students. Great experience! Every teacher should attend!"
"Great, specific ideas that will help for behavior difficulties."
"Great presentation involving the ways in which to deal with behavior issues. I plan to implement noted strategies. Also, a lot of great quotes noted."
"Very, very good! Five Functions of Behavior were great and also information on 'language.' "
"Info was very good/helpful. Speaker was entertaining, easy to listen to."
"Kevin was very clear and he gave us lots of practical suggestions for use in the classroom. Liked the front-loading, direct instruction, and power teaching. The functions of behavior were also helpful."
"This was a very informative presentation! Modeled the teaching behaviors all the way through. Reinforced by having us teach it to one another."
"Fabulous!! He was great at keeping it light. So much great information.
"I enjoyed the teaching strategies. The 5-Power Teaching Strategies will be used and applied in my class. Thanks!"
"Application to these ideas is doable. Dynamic and energetic presentation. Kept us energized and kept us learning."
"Teachers, administrators, and student support staff should know these effective strategies. Thanks for a valuable day of training. Your presentation made the day go fast. Can you come to our schools and present this information to our staff?"
Director of Special Education