With over twenty years of experience in education, Janet Hull is an exciting presenter who has been nationally recognized for her work with paraprofessionals. Janet Hull has taught in high school, middle school, and elementary school settings and has worked with students with cognitive, behavioral, communication, and autism spectrum disorders. Her vast experience includes working in rural, suburban, urban, and highly diverse schools and school systems. In addition, Janet Hull has been an adjunct professor for many years teaching paraeducators and teachers at the university level. These experiences have led to a deep understanding of the needs and challenges faced by paraeducators. Janet Hull incorporates her experience and deep respect for the work by paraeducators into her seminars with an exciting and engaging manner that responds to the current and future needs of paraeducators. Janet is the author of Practical Strategies for Paraprofessionals Who Work with Students with Special Needs (Grade K-12), the extensive resource handbook which each participant will receive at the seminar. Featuring highly practical content, her presentations are engaging and fast paced.