Vicki Gibson, Ph.D.
Vicki Gibson, Ph.D., is a national consultant, author, speaker, and trainer. She has been teaching children and adults since 1975. She was a former public school kindergarten teacher and learning disability specialist before opening three of her own schools for children ages 2–12 years. Dr. Gibson earned three degrees, including her doctorate, from Texas A&M University, where she served as a Lecturer and Adjunct Professor for ten years. Dr. Gibson is the author of the following programs: We Can Early Childhood Curriculum; I Can Draw Pre-Writing Program; Letter, Sounds, and Strokes Phonics Program; and the We Can Manage the Early Childhood Classroom. These programs are the core curricula for many Head Start Centers and programs funded by Early Reading First grants. Her latest book, Differentiated Instruction: Grouping for Success, provides research-proven effective methods for teaching and managing small- and whole-group instruction at any grade level.
Dr. Gibson authored a college supplemental, Differentiated Instruction: Grouping for Success that provides research-proven effective methods for teaching and managing small- and whole-group instruction at any grade level. Since that time, she has written training manuals and administrator guides and booklets to support professional development and help educators change practices in schools. Click here to review.