"Who dares to teach must never cease to learn." -John Cotton Dana
What my clients have to say
We had the privilege of having Christina present at our Conference. Christina was easy to work with in the lead up to the conference and met the brief with her presentation with excellence. Christina delivered an engaging, educational and empowering workshop on Anxiety. Her approach is down to earth, honest, experienced and refreshing.
-Kate Johnson, Founder & Director, Spectrum Journeys, Inc.
The feedback we have received from educators regarding your presentation has been incredibly positive. There has been some fabulous discussions leading on from your presentation and you have left a trail of inspiration and motivation behind. Thank you so very much again! -P. Allen, Support and Resource Officer, City of Casey FDC
You were absolutely fantastic. You are a true inspiration. I have tried some of your techniques today, "Do me a favour?", and it worked no battles. You made me realize that as parents, as lonely as our journey may be, there are other who walk the same journey. Thank you a million times. Forever grateful for your advice and honesty.
-J. Allen (VIC), Parent
I knew very little about education in this setting (special ed settings). I now feel that I have sufficient understanding to make a contribution. -Casual Resource Teacher
Very down to Earth and knowledgeable speaker! Some very handy ideas, easy to follow through with on my own. Practical ideas for classroom setting and clearly gone through. Good list of resources to keep with you. Fabulous! Thank you! -Casual Resource Teacher
Covered all areas of special education teaching. Links to resources were helpful and useful. I liked the perspective of a special education teacher and parent of children with ASD. -Casual Resource Teacher
Good general information on what anxiety in children is and how it makes them feel. Some good examples on how to deal with children's anxiety. Very interesting how it was related to own life. Great presentation, Thank you! -Educator, Family Day Care Baw Baw Shire
The webinar was very informative and thorough. Christina is relatable and easy to listen to. Thanks Christina for all the tips! -Esther, Casual Resource Teacher
Fantastic topic and great information for FDC Educators to understand. -Nadia, Family Day Care Educator, Bass Coast
Christina Keeble designed and delivered an informative session tailored for our casual relief staff. It was a great opportunity for them to gain valuable insight into working with students with special educational needs. Attendees were provided with a wealth of practical advice, strategies and tools for success! -Crystal Barkley, SEN Coordinator, anzuk.education
It was wonderful to meet and discuss our teams training needs with Christina. This gave her the opportunity to tailor the training specific to our needs!! Christina’s presentation was very clear and comprehensive and offered specific strategies and ideas appropriate to our circumstances. Christina displayed a very professional approach and I was most impressed with the overall training. -Dina McMaster (Diploma of Teaching, Early Childhood)
I thought it was fantastic to get insight from a parent’s perspective, who has lived through this as well as being a professional in the field of teaching. -Kym Sleeman (Diploma in Community Services: Childcare)
The training was wonderfully informative and really focused on the topics of interest. Christina presented her training well and answered queries with confidence and strong knowledge. I have already implemented many things from the training into the room and found this very helpful. -Brooke Johnston (Diploma in Community Services: Childcare)
Christina Keeble delivered an informative and insightful workshop combining both a professional and parent’s perspective into ASD and SPD. We will be able to use the suggested strategies to enhance the early childhood experience for both children and educators. -Helen Singh (Bachelor of Early Childhood Education)
Thank you Christina for sharing your strong knowledge of teaching students with individual learning needs. The presentations offered the staff many new ideas and strategies to implement in their classrooms. Teachers greatly benefited from being provided different definitions and examples of individual learning behaviours and how teachers can individualise programs to support these students. Christina’s professional approach and deep level of knowledge insured teachers remained engaged with the content. - Assistant Principal, Bass Valley Primary School