Consulting for education

“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”

James Baldwin (1924-1987) African-American writer

Featured Presentations

Your individual and specific needs are important to me. I listen to learn and understand - then design professional development that delivers results.

Presentation & Workshop Topics

Curriculum 21 Design & Implementation

There is an immediate need to transform curriculum to prepare students for living and working in today’s world – but how? With my knowledge, expertise and commitment, I can help you to make these necessary changes successful.

Inclusive Education and Differentiated Instructional Practices To Make It Happen

There is an immediate need to transform curriculum to prepare students for living and working in today’s world – but how? With my knowledge, expertise and commitment, I can help you to make these necessary changes successful.Differentiated Instruction remains a priority. Many schools provide 2 – 3 day workshops to train teachers in differentiated instruction, but what happens after the consultant leaves? I partner with schools over an extended period to ensure differentiated instruction is implemented as part of daily practice in the classroom.

Making Questions Matter

Learn how to provoke student inquiry. Learn how to design, develop and integrate ‘higher order, Socratic questioning strategies’ to make for powerful learning – at ANY grade level.

Past Presentations & Workshops

21st Century Teaching and Learning Best Practices

  • Jules Verne Elementary School, January 2015
    Workshop Facilitator – Inclusive Teaching – Differentiated Instruction

  • Champlain College, November 2014
    Workshop Facilitator – Communication Skills 

  • AISA Keynote Speaker, Ghana, October 2013
    Power of Stories to Change, Inspire and Educate

  • AISA Ghana, October 2013
    Workshop Facilitator – Coaching Conversations & Design for Inclusive Teaching

  • St. Lambert Elementary School 2013
    Workshop Facilitator – Inclusive Teaching

  • Laurier Senior High School  2013
    Workshop Facilitator – Teaching For 21st Century Learning

  • Champlain College, June 2013
    Workshop Facilitator – Active Learning II: Making the Connections

  • American International School of Johannesburg, Feb. 2012
    Workshop Leader – Creating ‘Catalysts’ for Change, Special Needs and 21st Century Teaching and Learning

  • Champlain College, November 2011
    Keynote Address – Special Needs: A Chance to Re-think How We Teach All 21st Century Learners

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    The diversity of learning backgrounds and abilities found in 21st century classrooms is challenging most 21st century teachers. Learn about teaching practices that will enable teachers to more effectively meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population.

  • Margolin Hebrew Academy, Memphis 2011–2012
    Consultant, Coach & Teacher trainer

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    The First Few Days, “Laura Malbogat arrived in Memphis on Sunday to help us kick off our new Curriculum21 initiative. Our project began its official launch in a three hour session in which Laura introduced herself to our faculty, masterfully, set their minds at ease by insisting that we’d ‘go slow’ and that each staff member would get individualized attention aimed at nurturing their growth as a 21st century educator at their own rate and from wherever it was they were starting.”
    Dr. Gil Perl, Director’s Blog

  • Think Global School, 2009-2010
    Curriculum Consultant – Laura Malbogat on the Future of Education

    Live Interview by Steve Hargadon with Aron Solomon on

Innovative Education

Differentiated Instruction

  • Enka School, Turkey 2009-2010
    Consultant & Differentiation Coach

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    On ‘Differentiated Instruction’ Professional Development:
    “We have had a very busy SITE programme starting, with a wonderful workshop on ‘Differentiated Instruction’ from a very experienced presenter, Laura Malbogat. She worked with our teachers in small and large groups and helped them develop their skills to work with gifted and special needs students, as well as expand their teaching skills.”
    Head of School Darlene Fisher

  • Conference Presentation, Montreal 2010
    Leadership Committee for English Education in Quebec (LCEEQ) – Making Sense of Evaluation: Start with Good Questions

  • Best Practices Conference, Montreal May 2010
    Canadian Association of Independent Schools (CAIS) – Making Differentiation Possible in Middle and Senior School

  • Bradenton Preparatory Academy, Dubai 2009-2010
    Differentiated Instruction Consultant & Coach

  • Association of International School in Africa (AISA), 2009-2010
    Workshop Leader – Special Needs / Leadership / Special Topics

  • International Baccalaureate Organization – Worldwide Workshops, 2004-2012
    Curriculum 21 / Differentiated Instruction / Special Needs / Special Topics

AISA Conference Participant
AISA Conference Participant