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Edward E. Green, Ed D
Edward E. Green, Ed D
Dr. Green began his instructional development career over forty years ago as a teacher in Los Angeles where he developed self-instructional materials to teach his 7th graders mathematics. Since that time he has directed instructional development efforts for business, industry, government, and educational institutions in a variety of subject areas - from engineering ...
Jayne Ellspermann
Jayne Ellspermann
Jayne has been in education for over 35 years serving as principal for 25 years at the elementary, middle, and high school level. She has served in leadership roles in state and national organizations and published articles on school leadership. Jayne is currently President of the National Association of Secondary School Principals and is the 2015 National Principal of the Year ...
Kate Newburgh, Ph.D
Kate Newburgh, Ph.D
Dr. Kate Newburgh is the founder of Deep Practices Consulting, L3C: a social enterprise dedicated to creating conditions for inspiration and renewal in the workplace. Kate began her career as a New York City Teaching Fellow in the Bronx, NY. Since then she's held diverse roles ...
Sharon Weiss-Kapp, MEd CCC-SLP
Sharon Weiss-Kapp, MEd CCC-SLP
Sharon Weiss-Kapp MEd CCC-SLP is a Clinical Assistant Professor at MGH - Institute of Health Professions and a Senior Clinical Associate in the Autism Language Program at Children's Hospital Boston. Ms. Weiss-Kapp is the author of Creative Reading Instruction: Reading by the Rules a multisensory, structured phonics reading program for students with language based ...
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