Kathy Holloway, M.A.
Professional educator since 1979.
Where I Teach:
What I Teach:
- Achieving Student Outcomes Through Cooperative Learning™
- Behavioral, Academic, and Social Interventions for the Classroom™
- Brain-Based Ways We Think and Learn™
- Building Communication and Teamwork in the Classroom™
- Classroom Management: Orchestrating a Community of Learners®
- Collaborative Inquiry for Students: Preparing Minds for the Future™
- Designing Motivation for All Learners®
- Meaningful Activities to Generate Interesting Classrooms™
- Purposeful Learning Through Multiple Intelligences™
- Reading Across the Curriculum™
- Student Engagement and Standards-Based Learning™
- Successful Teaching for Acceptance of Responsibility®
- Teaching Through Learning Channels™
B.A. in Sociology, Carthage College, 1972
M.A. in Reading Instruction, Northern Illinois University, 1985
P: 866.PLS.CLAS (866.757.2527)
What are students saying about my classes?
"This class was a last minute decision; I was not sure about taking a class that took up two weekends of my valuable time. On the advice of my colleagues, I jumped in and could not be happier about it. I was assured Kathy Holloway was a great teacher who respected our time and would keep the learning going at an energetic rate. Kathy’s reputation follows her as a great many of the teachers/educators in this class keep returning to her classes. This makes for a safe and friendly classroom full of lively discussions, creative projects, and of course, laughter! I have never taken a class that is so “educator friendly”, taking our time and talents into consideration and helping us develop individual skills for our classrooms." - Dianne Larson, Rockford, IL