Judith A. Devine
- Judy Devine is a national mathematics consultant for Sadlier.
- Judy has had a wide variety of experience in both administration and teaching.
- Judy holds an M.A. in education with a specialty in school administration from Villanova University and a B.A. in social studies and philosophy from Immaculata College.
Judy brings the gift of her rich experience to her audiences. Teachers enjoy her math presentations because they are grounded in real-life classroom experience. Judy's innovative methods enhance the teaching of mathematics and turn classrooms into places of enjoyment for teachers and students alike. In her presentations Judy blends humor and expertise with hands-on activities to engage the audience.
Topics of Professional Workshops
Judy presents workshops in language arts, mathematics, and religion. Her administrative background also makes her proficient to assist teachers in classroom management and administrators in leadership training.
Titles of Professional Talks
Mmm! Math: Making Math Meaningful and Fun
Using Performance Assessment in the Elementary Classroom
Performance Assessment: What Is It and How Is It Used?
Classroom Management: The Key to Successful Learning
Appointment Prayer: Helping the Catechist Feed Their Prayer Life
Putting Children First: Achieving, Building, and Collaborating
The Parables of Jesus: Great Lessons for the Junior High
The Psalms and Our Life: Looking at a Few Favorites
"Ain't nothing wrong with this": Integrating Grammar into the Writing Process
Making Poetry Fun: Learning to Write through Simple Poetry Patterns
Classroom Management Using Academic Disciplines: Language Arts and Mathematics
Stop the World, I want to get off!!!
Because I’m the Principal, That’s Why!
The Impact of Child Development and Learning Theories in the Spotlight of Common Core Standards
Classroom Management, Technology and the Common Core Standards
The Importance of Grammar in the Writing Process
Phonics and Word Study: Essential components in developing competent readersVocabulary: A means to give students a tool for success