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Utilizing learning theories and adult learning principles, Casey teaches trainers the nuts and bolts of creating and delivering research-based teaching.

 

She has provided multiple "Train the Trainer" workshops for a variety of audiences, ranging from Kindergarten teachers to State Victims Assistance Academy faculty and leaders from across the U.S. 

For each presentation, Casey works with organizational leaders to grasp their vision for the workshop and ensure all activities are relevant to her audience. She sends a draft of her presentation for review and is willing to make any requested edits. She  will deliver the presentation in person, over a webinar, or through an online course--whatever your preference!

 

See her past presentations below. 

Paul, C.M. (2019, September). Transforming learning into practice. Workshop presented at State Victims Assistance Academy Leadership Symposium, Denver, CO.

Paul, C.M. (2019, May). Communicating and disseminating research. Webinar presented to the state Statistical Analysis Centers from the Justice Research and Statistics Association, Washington, DC.

Paul, C.M. (2019, March). Communicating and disseminating research. Workshop presented to Slovak Ministry of Justice Delegation at the Justice Research and Statistics Association, Washington, DC.


Paul, C.M., & Fortune, N. (2017, August). All teachers teach English: Supporting English language learners across the content areas. Workshop conducted at New Literacies Institute at Suzhou North America High School, Suzhou, China.

Paul, C.M., & Greiner, J.A. (2017, July). Critical literacy in the disciplines. Workshop presented at the International Literacy Association conference, Orlando, FL. 

Paul, C.M., & Jones, J.S. (2017, March). Critical literacy in the classroom. Professional development session presented at the North Carolina Reading Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Paul, C.M., & Vehabovic, N. (2017, March). Addressing ELL reading needs in the classroom. Professional development session presented at the North Carolina Reading Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.

​Paul, C.M., & Vehabovic, N. (2017, March). Addressing ELL learning needs in the classroom. Guest Lecturer for ECI 454: MSL Student Teaching Internship and Senior Seminar. North Carolina State University.

Medlock, C. (2016, March). Are MOOCs for educators effective? An analysis of learning outcomes from a MOOC-Ed on disciplinary literacy. Paper presented at NC State Scholar-Practitioner Symposium, Raleigh, NC.

Medlock, C. (2015, January). Contextualize It! Ideas to Combine Vocabulary, Grammar, and Culture in a Single Lesson. Workshop presented at the Alabama Association of Foreign Language Teachers Conference, Montgomery, AL.

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