Page Keeley is an author, speaker, and consultant who works with school districts and STEM organizations throughout the U.S. and internationally in the areas of formative assessment and teaching for conceptual change. She recently retired from the
Kelley King is the author of three books, an international speaker, a certified online instructor, and an educator with 30 years of experience (15 years in school administration) in both public and private schools. Kelley is a certified Corwin consultant in the areas of Visible Learning and Teacher Evaluation.
Jane Kise, an educational consultant with extensive experience in leadership, instructional coaching, differentiation, and effective mathematics instruction, is considered a worldwide expert in Jungial type and is certified in Neuroscience and Jungian Personality.
Howard M. Knoff is a full-time national consultant, author, and presenter on topics such as school reform and organizational change, school safety, social skills, and Response to Intervention and multi-tiered service and support systems. Dr. Knoff has trained over 1,500 schools or school districts over a 25-year career.
Jane Krauss is an expert in project-based learning aided by technology. A long-time classroom teacher, Jane helps educators re-imagine the learning experience so students inquire, imagine, and create in order to meet rigorous learning aims.
Mike Kuczala is a bestselling author and Academic Director for the Regional Training Center program in partnership with The College of New Jersey and La Salle University. He regularly delivers keynote addresses and professional development around the world on topics related to best instructional practice in the classroom.
Diane Lapp is a Distinguished Professor of Education at San Diego State University, where her research and instruction focuses on issues related to struggling readers and writers, their families, and their teachers. An instructional coach for the Health Sciences High and Middle College in San Diego, she has recently returned to the classroom to teach sixth-grade English and Earth Science. Dr.
ReLeah Cossett Lent was a secondary teacher before becoming a founding member of a statewide literacy project at the University of Central Florida. She is now an international consultant speaking on topics that range from literacy to leadership.
A Professor of Educational Administration at Cal State University,Delores Lindsey uses cultural proficiency tools to make the learning arena more equitable. She is also a facilitator and cognitive coach.
A Professor at Cal State L.A., and Interim Dean of Education at Cal Lutheran, Randle Lindsey has focused his time on the importance of diversity. He does so by working with colleagues to design programs for schools, city-wide agencies, and organizations.