Randolph School

Adult Education

Registration is Live!

Teaching & Learning

Monday, June 17
8:00am - 1:45pm


Monday, June 17
2:00 - 3:30pm

Transforming Your
Teaching & Learning

Tuesday, June 18
8:00am - 2:30pm


Keynote Speakers


Jennings is a Fellow in the Orton-Gillingham Academy (OGA) and has served as the Fellow of Record for Training and Instruction at Greengate at The Randolph School since 2021. At Greengate, she oversees therapists and develops curriculum to help reinforce the Science of Reading throughout the school day for a neurodiverse population. Jennings trains teachers in the Orton Gillingham Approach and creates dynamic trainings for classroom teachers in the Science of Reading, and is also trained in RAVE-O and Lindamood-Bell Visualizing and Verbalizing.

After graduating from Vanderbilt with a Masters in Special Education in 2005, Jennings worked for ten years as a classroom teacher working with children with special needs. She worked at The Marcus Autism Center and The Schenck School. In her private dyslexia therapy practice, Jennings works with students ages 5-18 of all abilities to develop reading, math, written expression, and language skills. She has also coached students with language-based learning disabilities who are preparing for the ACT/SAT. 

As a teacher trainer, Jennings leads workshops and Academy Accredited trainings in the traditional Orton-Gillingham approach to reading and writing, Orton-Gillingham based Multi-Sensory Math and extending traditional reading and language instruction to reach a diverse population. Jennings has presented on various topics at OGA Annual Conferences, Georgia Independent Schools Association Conference, and the International Dyslexia Association Southern Regional Conferences, and she offers prescriptively tailored trainings for various unique learning communities. 

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Kimberly Carraway is a cognitive learning specialist who specializes in the integration of cognitive neuroscience and teaching and learning strategies. She is also the executive director of The Carraway Center for Teaching and Learning in Birmingham, AL, and Nashville, TN.

She holds degrees in cognitive studies and elementary education from Vanderbilt University and in learning and teaching from Harvard University. Kimberly works internationally with educators bringing cognitive neuroscience applications directly to the classroom, and has extensive experience working with independent schools in the Nashville area.

She is the author of Transforming Your Teaching: Practical Classroom Strategies Informed by Cognitive Neuroscience. Kimberly works with students on a regular basis implementing the strategies she trains teachers on using.  



All sessions will be held on the Garth Campus located at:

4915 Garth Rd. SE
Huntsville, AL 35802 

June 17
June 18 (2)



Jerry Beckman
Assistant Head for Academic Affairs

Allyson McCloud
Dean of Faculty



1. Will I be provided with a certificate of professional development hours completed?

Yes, we will provide a certificate denoting the number of active hours completed.


2. I’m coming from out of town, are there any hotels you would recommend?

Hotels in the downtown or South Huntsville area are most convenient to our Garth campus:

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