Internationally recognized expert on the intricacies of
language, literacy, and learning

Dr. Bonnie Singer is a speech-language pathologist, teacher, author, researcher, and business owner. A highly sought-after speaker, Dr. Singer provides keynote speeches, lectures, and conference presentations to groups of general and special educators, speech-language pathologists, and school administrators internationally.

Frequent presentation topics include:

  • What happens to language and learning when executive functions aren’t functioning
  • Effective methods for helping students organize spoken and written language
  • What to do when kids can’t understand what they read
  • Helping students see what you mean: The role of spatial processing in language learning
  • Instructional support for students who struggle with working memory

Known for her practical content and dynamic presentation style, Dr. Singer:

  • Fosters a deeper understanding of language, cognition, and learning and how they interact and influence each other
  • Illuminates the complex systems that guide language, thinking, teaching, and learning
  • Shows how language both supports and limits student performance in the classroom and in life
  • Helps all adults in a school shift the way in which they work with children and guide them toward success