<font size=“2”><font face=“Helvetica”><span 12px=”“><span verdana=”“>Lori Gibson, M.A., received her undergraduate degrees in Psychology and Education at Whitworth University. In 1990 she received her MA in Counseling Psychology from Gonzaga University. Over the past 22 years in education- she has served as a guidance counselor at North Chicago Community High School in Illinois, as an elementary school counselor for Lake Washington School District in Redmond, WA and is presently a counselor for Spokane Public Schools. In 2002 Lori (along with her friend and colleague Jacquie Johansson) began teaching workshops for the Heritage Institute. In a time when high stakes testing seems to take precedent above all, both Lori and Jacquie believe educators must work diligently to focus on the “whole child”. There are many challenges facing students today and they know these can make it extremely difficult for some students to engage in the learning process. This necessitates that teachers and administrators are up-to-date on the latest research and have specific strategies to address the needs of their students. Whether offering GIS courses or one of their numerous workshops (in Spokane or Seattle, WA), Lori and Jacquie are passionate about the opportunity to guide, inspire and collaborate with other educators regarding the academic, social and emotional growth of students. Information about upcoming workshops which they offer through the Heritage Institute can be found at www.continuing-credits.com.
<span><span 12px=”“><span verdana=”“>Lori co-teaches workshops in Washington with Jacquie Johansson. They <span>have been teaching workshops and consulting with educators in the Great Northwest since 1990.<span> </span>Their basic mission is to provide current research and practice regarding student's needs in a fun, informative and relaxed atmosphere.<span> </span></span></span></span></span></span></span></font></font>
Course No. ED453i, ED553i
Course No. ED452Y, ED552Y
Course No. ED451Z, ED551Z
Are kids at your school mean to each other? Of course they are. When kids are cruel to other kids not only does it do direct harm to the victims, it also affects the learning environment for everyone.
Course No. ED450H, ED550H
Course No. ED436U, ED536U