Classroom Culture

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Jeff Martin

Asst. Head of School
Jeff Martin is an educational leader whose experience has covered the full range of K-12 education.  Beginning as a music teacher in inner-city Indianapolis, Jeff’s career has taken him to the suburbs of Boston and now to downtown Hartford, CT.  …
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Cultural Humility, Identity-Based Pedagogy, MiddleSchool, Single-Gender Education, Urban Education, Young Adolescents
Hartford,CT
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    Helen H. Waldron

    Director of Admissions
    Helen is a seasoned educator, school leader and consultant for both families and independent schools. She has a longstanding passion for working with gifted and twice exceptional students and the schools serving them. She seeks and facilitates research driven professional…
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    Twice Exceptional Learners 2.0; Executive Functions Demystified; Academic Coaching in Traditional Schools; Power of 1:1 education
    Westbrook, CT.
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    Monica Burns

    EdTech & Curriculum Consultant
    Dr. Monica Burns is a Curriculum and EdTech Consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and Founder of ClassTechTips.com. Monica was part of her school’s leadership team and was a vocal advocate for bringing one-to-one technology into her classroom. As a classroom teacher,…
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    edtech, Education Technology, formative assessment
    New York
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    Sharon Plante

    Chief Technology Integrator
    Sharon Plante, an educator with over 25 years teaching experience in special education, currently serves Chief Technology Integrator, Teacher Mentor and Student Advisor at The Southport School. As a Classroom Educator certified Orton-Gillingham tutor, she uses her training and understanding…
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    Educational and Assistive Technology
    Southport, CT
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    Kate Parker-Burgard

    Director of the Center for Leadership
    With over 20 years working with service in independent schools, I have been a part of the development of service programs from single service-day type experiences to extended, curricular-based service learning. While I believe that there is still room for…
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    J-Term, service learning
    St. Luke's School, New Canaan, CT
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    Rachel Wright

    Math Department Chair
    Rachel is an experienced mathematics instructor and teacher leader with a demonstrated record of excellence and innovation in independent secondary education. She is skilled in curriculum design, instructional design and technology, and observation and professional growth models, and committed to…
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    Curriculum Design for Vertical Alignment, Integrated Math Curriculum, interdisciplinarity, Questioning for Cognitive Rigor, Redesigning Your Advising Program, Spiraling Content to Promote Retention, The Flipped Classroom, The T-Shaped Student
    Cheshire, CT
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    Nicole Nascimento

    Head of Speech and Language Services
    Nicole Nascimento is an American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)–certified speech and language pathologist with over 15 years of experience in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of pediatric speech and language disorders including: apraxia; developmental delays associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders;…
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    ADHD/APD, Best Practices for ADHD and Language Disorders, Executive functions from Prek-Highschool, Lanuage and Literacy, Speech and Language
    Darien, CT
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    Jaime Pagliarulo

    Leadership Coach
    I am a former National team player and professional soccer player. Currently, I am teaching in the Chandler School District soccer academy and leadership school. I am the Director of Staffing and Curriculum for Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academies, which…
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    conflict resolution, leadership, public speaking, service learning, team building
    Phoenix, Arizona and Hershey Pa
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    Mark Daryl Rasch

    CyberSecurity and Privacy Attorney
    Mark Rasch is a recognized expert on the risks and benefits of new technologies, cyber-security, data privacy, and all things digital.  He is the creator and former head of the United States Department of Justice’s Computer Crime Unit, and prosecuted…
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    cybersecurity, data privacy, GLPR, health privacy, incident response, internet governance and regulation, revenge pornography, surveillance
    Bethesda, Maryland
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    Lorri Carroll

    Director of Lower School
    I am the Director of Lower School at Hamden Hall Country Day School, a private, co-educational day school for students in PS- Grade 12 located in Hamden, CT. I have been at Hamden Hall for 24 years, beginning as a…
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    Being a Connected Educator, Creating a Professional Learning Network
    Hamden, CT
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    Audrey Onsdorff

    Academic Technology Coordinator
    As a former French High School teacher, now Academic Technology Coordinator I aim to personalize professional development to help teachers feel confident and empowered to integrate technology into their curriculum.…
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    Google Apps in Education
    Greenwich, CT
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    Southfield Center for Development

    Executive Director
    Christopher M. Bogart, PhD, is the Executive Director of the Southfield Center for Development. He is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked in both the private and public sectors for the past twenty-five years. Dr. Bogart works with children,…
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    Darien, CT
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    Don Buckley

    professional triber, freelance professor and agile talent worker in the on-demand economy
    Don Buckley believes in design thinking as a methodology to solve wicked problems and is dedicated to creating new possibilities in education. He is an author, public speaker, and workshop facilitator with appearances at TEDx, NAIS, NYSAIS CAIS, NWAIS, EduCon,…
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    design sprints, design thinking, innovation
    New York
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    Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D.

    Author, School Consultant, Speaker
    For nearly thirty-five years, I have worked as a clinical psychologist, school consultant and international speaker on the subjects of children, schools and parenting. I’ve authored nine books focusing on the emotional lives of boys, friendships and social cruelty in…
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    Best Friends/Worst Enemies, College Admissions Process, Homesick and Happy, How to Raise Responsible Children, It's A Boy!, Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys, The Pressured Child, Understanding Families/Dealing with Difficult Parents
    Arlington, MA
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    Joel Backon

    Director of Academic Technology / History Teacher
    As Director of Academic Technology and a History teacher, Mr. Backon has been a supporting member of the Choate Rosemary Hall leadership team since 1992. Mr. Backon has taught history and political science since 1998 and has led two teams…
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    Making Student Learning Visible, Moving to Collaborative Projects, Reimagining World History, The Evolution of a Student-Centered Teacher, Twenty-First Century Learning Spaces
    Wallingford, CT
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    Beth Holland

    Instructor and Doctoral Candidate
    Beth Holland has over 18 years of experience in educational technology, differentiated instruction, and blended learning. She blogs regularly for EdTech Researcher at Education Week and Edutopia, presents nationally as well as internationally, and leads professional development workshops as well…
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    Leading Innovation through the Science of Improvement, Looking for Knowledge? Google Your Brain!, Preparing Students to Surf "The Third Wave", Project Based Learning (PBL) as a Mindset for Classroom Innovation, Use Design Thinking to Inspire Teacher Innovation
    Newport, RI
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    Dale Suzanne Ioannides Ed.S.

    Digital Literacy Coach
    Over 20 years of teaching experience in ages 3-12. CFG Facilitator, SEE-KS coach, Instructional Coach.…
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    Digital Content Delivery and Differentiation, Students as Digital Producers
    Atlanta, GA
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    Douglas Lyons

    Executive Director, Connecticut Association of Independent Schools
    Doug has been the Executive Director of the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools since July 2004. A graduate of Villanova University, Doug has Masters and Doctoral degrees from The University of Pennsylvania. He began his career in public education, serving…
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    Child Abuse Training, Governance, Mandated Reporter Training, ROI, Sexual Harassment Prevention
    Mystic, CT
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    Justine Fellows

    12th Grade Academic Dean; Global Online Academy, Site Director; Registrar-Scheduler
    Justine is an Academic Dean, Registrar/Scheduler and Site Director for Global Online Academy at Greens Farms Academy in Greens Farms, CT. She is constantly thinking about ways to improve student experience and learning through technology, faculty/student relationships, data and reflection.…
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    Academic Technology & Dyslexia, Proper Use of Social Media (Students and Parents), The Unconference Technique for Meetings/Professional Development
    Greens Farms, CT
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    Denny L. Ticker

    Master Science Teacher/Coach
    My many years of teaching ultimately (finally!) brought me to middle school science, in both public and private schools. Often, the inherent scientific curiosity of children has been dampened as they enter middle school and we need that back! My…
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    3 Reviews
    Hands On-Minds On, Lighting the Spark in Middle School Science Students, Science Lab Notebooking: Why & How, Science sources ALL teachers need
    Dallas, Tx and Conifer, CO
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    Steve Pearlman, Ph.D.

    Director, Interdisciplinary Writing & Reasoning, University of Saint Joseph. Co-founder, The Critical Thinking Initiative.
    Through his role at the University of Saint Joseph, Dr. Pearlman, and his colleague, Dave Carillo, have spent the last seven years researching practices that promote real outcomes in critical thinking, writing, student engagement, transfer, and grit.  Dr. Pearlman runs…
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    assessment, best practices in writing, Critical thinking, formative assessment, learning neuroscience, mastery learning, problem-based learning, student engagement, teaching for transfer., writing
    Weatogue
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    Grant Lichtman

    Chief Provocateur
    Grant Lichtman is a nationally recognized thought leader in the drive to transform K-12 education.  He speaks, writes, and works with fellow educators to build capacity and comfort with innovation in response to a rapidly changing world. He works with…
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    board training, design thinking, future of education, innovation, leadership training, organizational change, School transformation, strategic planning
    San Diego, CA
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    Eva M Verduzco

    Spanish teacher
    I work as a Lower and Middle School Spanish teacher and Global Studies LS Liaison at Greens Farms Academy in Westport, CT. I am originally from Mexico City.…
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    how to incorporate culture in World Language classes., Movie talk
    Westport, Ct
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    Erica Poccia

    Lower School Spanish Teacher
    This is my 4th year of teaching Lower School Spanish (K-1) at The Greenwich Country Day School. I also taught FLES grades 1-5 in the Rye City School District for four years. Differentiated learning and assessment is a huge part…
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    technology, World Language
    Greenwich, CT
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    April M Stallworth

    Administrative Support Professional Trainer
    My name is April Stallworth and I am a Trainer and a working Administrative Support Professional with over 30 years experience, who specializes in providing personal and professional development training for fellow Administrative Support Professionals. I seek to educate, empower,…
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    Administrative Support Professionals Working Together
    Chicago, IL
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    Tom Daccord

    EdTechTeacher CEO, Co-Founder
    Tom Daccord is CEO and Co-Founder of EdTechTeacher. An educational technology speaker, instructor, and author, Tom has worked with schools, districts, colleges and educational organizations in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. He has presented on…
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    creativity, design, google, innovation, ipads, leadership, pbl, technology, vr
    Boston
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    Betsy McKenna

    Educational Consultant & Leadership Coach
    Betsy McKenna is the Founder of Exponential Returns, a company designed to help professionals in the academic and nonprofit communities advance individual and team performance by deepening conversations, tapping into creative minds and talents, and fostering strategic relationships.  With over…
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    Building A Culture of Dynamic Leadership, Dynamic Leadership: Inspiring your Teaching Community, Reggio Inspired Environments
    NYC based
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    Tim Burns

    Educator, Author, Consultant
    Tim Burns is an educator and author whose background includes over thirty years of experience as high school teacher, counselor, First Offender Program facilitator, adolescent and family drug-treatment program director, university instructor, and professional development specialist. He taught for four…
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    3-brains, learning, Mindfulness, movement, play, resilience, stress-hardiness, teen-brain
    Santa Fe, New Mexico
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    Maureen Gassert Lamb

    Google Certified Trainer, Academic Technologist, and Educational Consultant
    Maureen Lamb is the Language Department Chair and Academic Technology Coordinator at Kingswood Oxford School in West Hartford, CT. Maureen is dedicated to using best practices and creating community in language teaching and technology, and she has shared her work…
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    academic technology, Curriculum Development
    Avon, CT
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    Lauren Porosoff

    Learning Design Consultant
    Lauren Porosoff has been an educator since 2000 and consults on designing curriculum and professional development that empowers students and teachers. Her work includes approaches to designing school programs that incorporate opportunities for teachers and students to explore and enact…
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    Discipline, professional learning, SEL, Wellness
    Scarsdale, NY
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    Theresa Collins

    Director of Teacher Training
    Theresa Collins joined the Southport School community in 2014 as the director of the tutorial program.  She has spent nearly 30 years using the Orton-Gillingham approach to teach students with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, and ADHD.  She first…
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    assistive technology, dyslexia, educational technology, LD, Orton-Gillingham, structured literacy
    The Southport School
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    Adele Dominicus

    Upper School Mathematics Teacher
    I’ve been teaching Middle School Math for 28 years.  As the practice of teaching and learning mathematics keeps evolving, how do we understand the growing needs of our students?  This is an exciting time to share ideas and insights with…
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    Building Your Professional Learning Community (through Twitter); Differentiated Instruction; Changing Attitudes in Math
    Ridgefield, Connecticut
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    Julie Margretta Wilson

    Founder & Executive Director
    Julie M. Wilson is a coach and advisor to school leaders, educational institutions, and foundations whose mission is to shape the future of K–12 education. She has over fifteen years’ experience building effective learning environments that unlock human potential and…
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    Boston, MA
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    Emily Tully

    5th Grade Educator-Mindfulness Coach
    Hi there, I am a 5th grade educator/Mindfulness Coach/Yoga instructor and I have marriaged my careers and want to spread the gift of mindfulness, while speaking about its whole child approach in each classroom. I have seen such amazing progressions…
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    Classroom Management, Mindfulness, Whole Child approach
    Stamford, CT
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    Mary Fowler

    Positive Difference PD
    I design and customize each staff development training to provide your school personnel with strategies that make a positive difference to your learners with challenges. Early in my career path, the fates directed me both personally and professionally to work…
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    ADHD, and Classroom Wellness., and Trauma, Anxiety, Childhood Stress, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports
    Central New Jersey
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    Peter Herzberg

    Educational Consultant
    I have an extensive career as a K12 Educator in teaching, leadership, and partnership building, in independent, public, and charter schools. In addition to partnership work with nonprofits, I specialize in the innovation of high school programs, design and integration…
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    public and charter schools can learn from each other; measuring student engagement; integrated and experiential learning; starting a school; partnerships and collective impact, strengthening the teaching culture of schools; what independent
    New York
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    Susan Henebry

    Attorney
    Susan Henebry is a partner in Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey’s Education Group.  Her practice focuses on issues facing educational institutions and corporate clients. Susan’s expertise includes representing and counseling schools on all facets of education law, including risk mitigation,…
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    Connecticut's Mandatory Reporting of Child Abuse Laws, Legal Issues in Admissions, Student Legal Issues, The Employment Application: The Nuts and Bolts of Complying with P.A.17-68
    Waterbury, CT
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    Basil Kolani

    Director of the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning
    I joined Ridgefield Academy in July 2015 as the founding Director of the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning after spending ten years as the Head of Technology and Innovation at Dwight School, the New York-based flagship of a family…
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    curriculum design, curriculum mapping, design thinking, innovation, inquiry, inquiry-based learning, technology
    Ridgefield, CT
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    Tim Fish

    Chief Innovation Officer
    Tim Fish is the Chief Innovation Officer at NAIS.  He has deep roots in the independent school community and a long history at McDonogh School (Maryland). Most recently, he was the school’s associate headmaster. During his time at McDonogh, he…
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    Faculty Development, leadership, School Change, Strategy, Teaching and Learning, technology
    Washington, DC
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    Morris H Ervin, Jr.

    Consultant
    Morris H Ervin, Jr. offers a contemplative approach that nurtures the social and emotional competences of the youth, families, communities, and corporations to reconnect to the peace within themselves, repair relationships and restore harmony in society.  Morris is an educator,…
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    Cultural Arts, Diversity/Inclusion, Family Engagement, Freedom, Grief/Loss, Mindfulness, Racism, Wellness
    Cleveland, OH
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    Patrick Bassett

    President, Heads Up Educational Consulting
    Patrick F. Bassett has served for 47 years in the independent school industry as teacher, head of school, past president of NAIS, the National Association of Independent Schools, and currently president of  Heads Up Educational Consulting, LLC.  He is a…
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    See Presentations link on Resources page at www.headsuped.com
    Gainesville, VA
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    Scott MacClintic

    Director - Pearse Hub for Innovation
    I have been teaching for 37 years, the last 33 of them at The Loomis Chaffee School. I currently teach Innovation and Entrepreneurship classes  in addition to serving as the Director of the Pearse Hub for Innovation. I was the…
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    Entrepreneurship, Flipped Learning, innovation, Neuroscience and Learning
    Loomis Chaffee School - Windsor, CT
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    MaryAnn Brittingham

    Inspirational Speaker and Behavior Consultant
    It is my mission to provide seminars and resources with practical and meaningful strategies, as well as inspiration, encouragement, and HOPE in areas related to effective discipline, relationship building and personal development. I have extensive firsthand experience in working with…
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    Classroom Management, Discipline, Educator Inspiration, Emotion Management, Growth Mindset, Professional Development
    New York
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    Rhonan Mokriski

    Dean of Faculty/Instructor of History/Director of International Students/International Student Trip Leader
    I am a longtime history teacher recently turned Dean of Faculty. I love my family, travel, and the New York Yankees.…
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    Boundary Training, Chinese Students in American Schools, Korean Students in American Schools
    Salisbury, CT
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    Brenda Doucette

    Facilitator/Instructor
    Brenda is an Instructional Technology Specialist and authorized Google Education Trainer with over 25 years of teaching experience at all grade levels. She is an adjunct professor at Simmons College in the Assistive Technology Graduate Program and regularly leads EdTechTeacher…
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    G Suite for Education, Online Learning
    Boston, MA
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    Jennifer Bryan

    Educational Consultant, Psychologist
    Jennifer Bryan, PhD, is a psychologist and consultant who specializes in helping schools and organizations create inclusive communities by understanding and addressing gender and sexuality diversity. As founder and principal of Team Finch Consultants, she works primarily with preK-12 schools …
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    Gender and Sexuality Diversity for Administrators, Parents, Students, Teachers and Trustees
    United States; Massachusetts
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    Dr. Ashley Cross

    Manager of Membership and Member Services
    Ashley comes to ATLIS as a former Director of Technology, a district-level Instructional Technology Specialist, classroom teacher, and an ECATD alumna. Ashley has worked with the TN Department of Education, served on national advisory boards for organizations such as Scholastic,…
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    Crafting Engaging Professional Development, Culture Change, innovation, Makerspaces, STEM, technology, Using Social Media in Schools
    Florida
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    Rosey McQuillan

    Educational Instructor for EdTech Teacher
    I am an assistive and educational consultant whose career combines over 25 years of experience with a focus on the use of technology to provide differentiated instruction. As an instructor, I have extensive experience working with teachers across all grade…
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    Differentiating with Technology, G-Suite and Differentiated Instruction, iPads in the Elementary Classroom, Teaching and Learning with Assistive Technology, UDL
    Boston, MA
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    Gabriel Lucas

    Co-Founder and Trustee of ATLIS; Principal of Educational Technology Recruiting
    Gabe has been working in the educational technology field for over a decade. In 2014 Gabe co-founded ATLIS (Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools), a non-profit professional development association for technology administrators. He served as the first ATLIS Board…
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    Technology assessment, technology hiring, Technology planning, Technology staffing, technology strategy, Technology transition
    San Carlos, CA
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    Shanelle Henry

    Director of Equity and Inclusion
    Dedicated professional with strong background in anti-bias curriculum, training, program design and facilitation. Extensive knowledge of social justice education, equity, inclusivity, cultural competency and human relations. Founder of the annual Institute for Teaching Diversity and Social Justice. Member of NYSAIS…
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    cultural competency, implicit bias, microaggressions, talking about race with young children (early childhood/lower school)
    Greens Farms Academy
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    Barb Golub

    Literacy Consultant
    I started my career as an educator in New York City, where I taught both 2nd and 5th grade. While in the classroom, I would often host teachers from around the world for professional development that they were engaged in…
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    A Comprehension Deep Dive: What the Research Says and Best Practices, Bringing Purposeful Play Into the Hands of Young Children, Concept-Based Grammar Instruction that Lasts, Creating and Maintaining a Robust Writing Curriculum, Data-Driven Reading Instruction: Interpreting Results, Helping Adolescents with Foundational Reading Skills, Independence and Vision, Launching the Year with Energy, Rethinking Reading Workshop with Data-Drive Work Choices, Science of Reading: A Primer
    CT, USA
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    Chuck English

    Branding/Marketing Strategist
    Chuck English helps independent schools achieve strategic goals by providing branding, marketing, communications and creative services. He has worked with dozens of schools in the U.S. and Canada and has presented his ideas at numerous conferences, workshops and webinars. He…
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    Boundless Branding – far-reaching impact of branding in schools, Bridges to Bullhorns: The Changing Face of Independent School Marketing, Creating a Customer Service Culture, Designing the Parent Experience (Design Thinking Approach), Make Your School Messaging Work, Marketing as the Tail that Wags the Dog, Marketing to Millennial Parents (Parennials), Why Heads of School are Critical to Marketing Success
    Toronto
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    Connie Blunden

    Director, Center for Public Purpose/History Teacher
    I have been on the faculty at Greenwich Academy since 1994. I have been a member of the History Department since joining GA and am currently teaching a United States: Civil Rights course and an Advanced Civil Rights elective. In…
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    Nonviolence and Conflict Reconciliation
    Greenwich, CT
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    Davis Smith

    MD, Director of Health Services
    I am a physician and have been a school health doctor at both the college and high school level for the majority of my career.  I very much enjoy learning and teaching, and regularly give presentations to regional colleague groups,…
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    Alcohol misuse, Concussion, Drug misuse, Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender care, Medical Leaves, Mononucleosis, Sexual Health, Students at risk, Transgender health, Vaping
    Simsbury, CT
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    David Saunders

    Educator and Library Media Specialist
    Educator, Library Media Specialist, & Designer. Chair of the Connecticut Association of Independent Schools’ Commission on Technology. TED-Ed Innovative Educator, Google Certified Innovator, Administrator, & Education Trainer. Google Earth Education Advisor. CUE Lead Learner. Raspberry Pi Certified Educator. Google Educator…
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    Education Technology, Makerspaces, Professional Development
    Greenwich, CT
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    Lecyca

    Junior Keynote Speaker
    Lecyca Curiel (1998) is an expert on Gen Z – her own generation. She works as a keynote speaker and researcher for WHETSTON / strategic foresight. Although she is still a teenager, she has the stage presence, charisma and humor…
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    Generation Z
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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    Garfield Gini-Newman

    Associate Professor, University of Toronto
    Garfield Gini-Newman explores how to teach through wonder-based learning while nurturing deep conceptual understanding and genuine competence. As an associate professor at OISE/University of Toronto and the senior national consultant with The Critical Thinking Consortium, Garfield has worked with thousands…
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    Assessing for Thinking, Creating Thinking Classrooms, Critical thinking, Cultivating Creativity, Digitally enhanced learning., Inspiring Learners Through Authentic Learning, Sustained Inquiry
    Toronto
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    Joan Edwards

    Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Cultural Competency
    As the Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Cultural Competency at Kingswood Oxford School (West Hartford, CT), Joan Edwards has honed her skills in intergroup facilitation. While there are many challenges to supporting people as they learn to relate across differences,…
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    ballroom dancing, Self-care
    West Hartford, CT
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    Daniel Lauter

    Wellness Trainer, Educator
    Hi! Mindfulness and meditation are great passions for me. I’ve been working in the field of wellness in education, focusing on mindfulness, meditation and sound therapy for many years.  This work is truly joyful, and has benefited my own personal…
    5 out of 5
    3 Reviews
    focus and clarity; Therapeutic Use of Sound, Mindfulness for Better Classroom Learning; Mindfulness for Stress Reduction
    New York and surrounding areas
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    John Fallon

    English teacher
    I am an English teacher going into my 10th year of educating. Before I even entered a classroom, I knew that games had an underappreciated ability to teach. English teachers especially have been among the first to leverage cutting-edge media…
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    board games, design, esports, game based learning, gamification, humanities, new media, pedagogy, video games
    West Haven, CT
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    Lisa Lamont

    Director of Innovation and Technology
    Lisa Lamont is a lifelong learner and believes in challenging herself to always continue growing as an educator and an individual. She has over 11 years experience working with Technology in Independent Schools and is currently the Director of Innovation…
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    educational technology, innovation, organizational change, Professional Development, technology
    New Haven, CT
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    Andree Palmgren

    Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
    For 18+ years, I worked at Greenwich Academy in Greenwich, CT as an elementary and middle school teacher, advisor and team leader and later as the Director of the Lower School Associate Teacher Program and as the middle school counselor.…
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    7 Reviews
    From Functional to Fantastic: Your Critical Role as an Advisor in an Independent School, Listen So They'll Talk: Door Openers for Effective Communication and Relationship Building
    246 Post Road East, 2nd Floor, Westport, CT 06880
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