Laura Lindberg

Laura Lindberg

Laura Lindberg

Laura Lindberg, MAE has been employed by the Kaukauna Area School District in Kaukauna, Wisconsin since 1995. Laura Lindberg is an adjunct professor for Concordia University teaching the graduate courses necessary to earn the Alternative Education Licensure (#952) in Wisconsin. Her advocacy work for at-risk students is passionate and empowered by her involvement with the Youth At-risk Consortium in Appleton, WI, NARENWICH (National At-risk Education Network Wisconsin Chapter), and NAREN (National At-risk Education Network). Laura Lindberg earned her Bachelor of Science Degree at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and her Master of Education Degree at Marian University-Fond Du Lac. She currently resides in Combined Locks, Wisconsin, with her incredibly understanding and loving husband, Keith, on a third generation apple orchard. Keith and Laura are the proud parents of three wonderful children: Dillon, Leslie, and Zachery.

Laura Lindberg JEM Speaking Topics

  • Identifying the Non-Traditional Students At-Risk of Not Succeeding and Creating Programs to Support Them

Laura Lindberg JEM Advising and Consulting

Laura is a highly experienced middle-school educator and advises and consults on a myriad of topics centered upon middle school programming necessities:

  • Relationship components
  • Generational vs situational at-risk issues
  • Learner-centered teaching strategies for at-risk students in the mainstream middle school classroom 

 

If you desire to obtain Laura Lindberg for your conference/convention or to work with your school, district, or state’s staff and communities, please fill out the form to the right, mentioning Laura Lindberg in the text. JEM consultants have a flat rate fee schedule and will invoice for travel and lodging plus a reasonable per diem. If a purchase order is not issued a deposit will be necessary to hold the date. There is no charge for less than three travel days.

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