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Kayla is a personalized instruction coach for Forsyth County Schools located northeast of Atlanta, Georgia. She leads cohorts through a human-centered design process, which allows schools to create their vision for what education can be based on their strengths and community values.
Jane Pollock is a former ESL and classroom teacher, school and district administrator, and Senior Associate at McREL Laboratory. She specializes in improving student learning by using research to devise practical ways to advance teaching, coaching, and supervising learning in schools.
Ainsley Rose, with over 40 years of experience in education, is a certified lead Visible Learning associate who specializes in systemic changes that impact teaching and learning.
Through her diverse professional background, Pamela Nevills has acquired a passion for teaching that is based on research and principles from neuroscience. Successful, competent learners result when teachers understand how learning happens.
Dr. Jessica Hannigan is an Assistant Professor in the Educational Leadership Department at California State University, Fresno. She works with schools and districts throughout the nation on designing and implementing effective behavior systems.
Dr. Gail L. Thompson, Founder & CEO of Inspirations by Gail LLC, is a critically acclaimed author of many articles and books; former secondary school teacher; and former Executive Director of Equity at Illuminate Education.
Bonnie Davis is a passionate consultant who offers educators culturally responsive, standards-based strategies that bridge culture, language, race, and ethnicity.
Kristen Swanson helps teachers design meaningful, interactive curricula at the local and national level. She has taught at the elementary level, served as a regional consultant for Response to Intervention, and worked as an educational technology director for a public school district in Pennsylvania.
Gary R. Howard serves as a keynote speaker, writer, and workshop leader. He has over 40 years of experience in civil rights, social justice, equity, education, and diversity. Before becoming a consultant, he founded the REACH Center for Multicultural Education and served as an Adjunct Professor at Western Washington University and Seattle University.
Douglass Llewellyn frequently speaks at state and national conferences on inquiry- and argument-based teaching, constructivist learning, and science leadership. Invite him to your school or district to learn more about the central roles inquiry and argumentation play in helping students achieve scientific literacy.