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Karen Gazith

Karen Gazith, PhD, is dean of academics of Les Écoles Talmud Torah Elementary and Herzliah High School in Montreal, Quebec. She has presented worldwide on topics related to leadership and meeting diverse needs.

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Karen Gazith

Karen Gazith, PhD, is dean of academics of Les Écoles Talmud Torah Elementary and Herzliah High School in Montreal, Quebec. Dr. Gazith holds a strong belief that teachers play a critical role in the success of their students, and she has presented worldwide on topics related to developing key competencies in leadership and meeting diverse needs in the classroom, assessment, and instruction.

Dr. Gazith is also a faculty lecturer in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology at McGill University, where she has taught since 1993. She began her teaching career at the Feuerstein Institute in Jerusalem, where she implemented Dr. Feuerstein’s Instrumental Enrichment Program with young children and adolescents. Since then, she has served as the coordinator of special education in an elementary and high school and as the director of education for a consortium of schools. She has also taught at Hebrew College in Boston and the University of New Brunswick.

Dr. Gazith has won numerous awards of excellence at Federation CJA in Montreal, including the Pearl Feintuch Award, the Gewurz Award for Jewish Educational Leadership, and Federation CJA awards of excellence. She was also awarded scholarships from Les Fonds pour la Formation de Chercheurs et l’Aide à la Recherche from the Quebec government, as well as from the Scottish Rite Foundation for doctoral research. Dr. Gazith earned a doctorate in educational psychology from McGill University.

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Product Code: PTR754

Presentations

  • Response to Intervention: How to structure your school and classroom environment
  • How to use universal screening and progress monitoring data to make effective decisions to support student learning
  • How to develop tier 1 evidence-based practices and how to implement effective remedial supports for students in tiers 2 and 3