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Amanda Brueggeman

Amanda Brueggeman grew up on a farm in Southeast Missouri and then worked her way to the suburbs of St. Louis, MO, where she taught in elementary classrooms at Valley Park and Wentzville for ten years prior to being a coach. She is currently coaching at Wentzville School District, a suburb of St. Louis, MO, as a K-6 Literacy Coach.

Brunner, Judy

Judy M. Brunner

Judy Tilton Brunner is an author and consultant having served as an elementary, middle, and high school principal. She is currently Clinical Faculty at Missouri State University in the Department of Reading, Foundations, and Technology and a regular presenter at national and state conferences on the topics of literacy, differentiated instruction, student engagement, classroom management, school safety, and the prevention of bull

Brunner, Judy

Judy M. Brunner

Judy Brunner has been in the education profession for 24 years, and she is currently a high school principal. She has worked with school districts across the United States on topics related to creating and maintaining safe schools, crisis planning and management, managing aggressive and violent students, and bullying prevention.

Bundy, Lewis

Lewis G. Bundy

Lewis Bundy has spent his career working for social justice.  He has been a teacher, an administrator, a community organizer and a desegregation consultant.  As an organization development consultant, he has provided training and technical assistance to a number of educational and non-profit agencies.

Burke, James

James Robert Burke

Still in the classroom, Jim Burke is an author who needs no introduction to anyone in the field of secondary ELA instruction. In addition to his many ground-breaking  books and awards, he is now the chief ELA advisor for the College Board.

Calderon, Margarita

Margarita Espino Calderon

For over 25 years, Margarita Calderón has been conducting research on English Language Learners and professional development for content, ESL, Special Education and bilingual teachers and administrators. Her focus is integrating CCSS into ELL instruction, establishing teacher learning communities, and coaching/supervising teachers with ELLs.

Casale-Giannola, Diane

Diane Casale-Giannola

Diane Casale-Giannola is an accomplished educator with over 20 years in special and general education.  She is an enthusiastic speaker who engages teachers and students in the learning process.

Joy Casey

Joy Casey grew up in the Denver metro area and attended the University of Denver where she earned her bachelor's degree in International Business. Shortly after graduation, she enrolled back at the University of Denver in their combined licensure and master’s in education program.

Lisa Cebelak

A national education consultant, Lisa Cebelak facilitates professional development onsite and provides follow up implementation visits in various areas such as curriculum, instruction, and assessments. In her former district, Lisa was an instructional coach specializing in secondary literacy coaching.

Clauset, Karl

Karl H. Clauset

Karl Clauset is an author and consultant with more than 20 years of experience in developing learning communities and working with school leadership teams, principals, and central office staff to improve student learning.

Amy Clements

Amy Clements is an instructional coach in Madison Wisconsin, where she has taught in the school district for nearly 20 years. Amy brings to the role years of student-centered classroom experience as well as a systems lens, as she just completed seven years working in her district's central office. She has worked at all levels of the organization, K-12.

Collier, Catherine

Catherine C. Collier

Catherine Collier has over forty-five years experience in equity, cross-cultural, bilingual, and special education. She is a nationally recognized expert on diverse learners with learning and behavior needs.

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