Working with Special Needs in the Classroom Setting – Part 1

Lynn Gilpin June 27, 2012

Presented at:
SCL Conference 2012


How does one implement a rigorous classical and Christian curriculum and still meet the academic needs of a student that has learning difficulties in your classroom? This seminar will give you new ideas to use with your student and still maintain your curriculum objectives.


Classical Education Special Needs Teachers Teaching


Lynn Gilpin
Lynn Gilpin is the Lower School Principal at Veritas Christian Academy in Fletcher, North Carolina. She was a Founding Board Member for 10 years. Mrs. Gilpin also served as the Lower School Dean of Faculty for 12 years and has traveled the U.S. training teachers in the classical methodology. She has been presenting at the SCL Conferences for the past 13 years. Mrs. Gilpin is also certified in Orton-Gillingham, and regularly tutors students in OG in addition to her duties as principal. She has also done training in Linda-Mood Bell and holds a degree in Special Education. She has 3 wonderful boys who attended Veritas and appreciate their classical and Christian education. She lives in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina with her husband and one son.

Other Contributions by Lynn Gilpin

Science Alive!

Article - SCL Conference 2015

Science Alive!

Article - SCL Conference 2011

How to Teach Classically

Article - SCL Conference 2009

Effective Teaching

Article - SCL Conference 2009

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