Instructional Support Program


by
Lori Jill Keeler November 9, 2018


Presented at:
2018 SCL Annual Conference

ABSTRACT:

Westminster's Instructional Support program wants to share its success with other schools looking to increase the student/teacher ratio, give students more individualized attention and increase opportunities for students to have needed remediation, enrichment or reinforcement of required content and skills. From the how and why the program was established to practical scheduling and logistics issues, we hope that teachers and principals will learn how they can begin a similar program in their own schools. The Instructional Support team will be available for the Q&A session.


TAGS:

Administration Classical Education Classical Schools Development Education Strategies


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Lori Jill Keeler
Lori Jill Keeler is the Lower School Principal at the Westminster School in Birmingham, AL, a role she has enjoyed for the past twelve years.  She earned a B.A. in Secondary Education and English Literature, and a M.Ed. in Integrated Curriculum and Instruction from Covenant College. She served as the educational expert on the founding Board of Directors for Evangel Classical Christian School in Helena, Alabama, has written curriculum for Bible and literature, and has been a guest speaker on creating a culture of grace at several classical schools in the Southeast. Lori Jill and her husband Scott have two sons.

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Article - SCL Conference 2015

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Article - SCL Conference 2014

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Article - SCL Conference 2013


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