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Presenter: Sheryl Coglaiti, PhD.

Kimberly Hill - Friday, February 17, 2017

Please join us March 10-11, 2017 at our 10th Annual Conference celebrating “Ten Years of Help, Hope and Healing”. Professionals will have the opportunity to hear from an exciting line up of experts in the field of brain and spinal cord injury while earning up to 12 CEUs. Survivors will participate in hands on activities, socialize with others and hear motivational, helpful and inspiring messages. Registration information, along with the schedule of events and location can be found HERE or by sending email to info@biala.org.

Sheryl Coglaiti, PhD. will be presenting on Friday, March 10th at 11:15 am on “Executive Functioning: Learning and Behavior”.

Sheryl Coglaiti, Ph.D. has an extensive background in education from elementary through university levels. She has dedicated over twenty years of instruction to improving the lives of students. It is through her professional training and research that she is able to offer the best programs and curriculum design to understanding the academic challenges that are unique to each client. She is the first in this area to offer a unique approach to learning difficulties by utilizing a therapeutic style in assisting clients with academic difficulties and executive functioning. Specializing in assisting those with reading and math disorders, she has developed a unique approach to reading instruction and formulated a curriculum for mastering early math concepts. Dr. Coglaiti holds certifications as an educational diagnostician and reading specialist. She has received many awards for her expertise including: 

  • Teacher of the Year, Jefferson Parish-Woodland West
  • Louisiana Award of Excellence in Teaching
  • Mastery Learning Special Interest Group, Exemplary Contributions to Reading 
Instruction, International Reading Association

Dr. Coglaiti is a National Board Certified Teacher, Middle Childhood Generalist. She earned her Ph.D. from Louisiana State University in 2014 with a focus on literacy. She is committed to improving the educational outcomes of others by utilizing the best tools, environment, and instruction to provide results that lead to positive changes in lives.