Jane Bluestein is an award-winning author with over 40 years of experience in education. She shares her expertise worldwide as a keynoter and seminar leader on topics such as classroom management, school climate, motivation, and discipline.
Always in big demand, Nancy Boyles is a former professor of reading turned literacyconsultant, who provides workshops, model lessons, and curriculum support to districts and organizations across the country.
Adam Bellow is one of today's leading speakers on educational technology and infusing technology to aid school reformation. Bellow is a sought-after speaker in the because of his particular high-speed delivery which blends humor and rapid-fire visuals.
The winner of NCTE's James Moffett Award, Gretchen Bernabei has been teaching kids to write in middle school and high school classrooms for almost 30 years. These days, she's on the road consulting, having delivered hundreds of workshops.
Leslie Blauman is best known for her association with PEBC, where her classroom is a working model for staff development and the subject of workshops and films.She has been teaching reading and literacy in Colorado schools for over 30 years.
Katherine Boles is a senior lecturer on education and faculty director of the Learning and Teaching Master’s Degree Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She consult to schools and school systems nationally and internationally.
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.
John Barell is Professor Emeritus of Curriculum and Teaching at Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, and former public school teacher in New York City. He works with schools nationally to foster inquiry, problem-based learning, critical thinking, and reflection.
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
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.
Known for his love of teaching, learning, and improving the leadership needed to foster, support, and guide quality instruction, Don Bartalo’s work focuses on helping principals, assistant principals, and teacher leaders advance their instructional leadership skills and strategies, and helping teachers improve instruction by adopting a more reflective pra