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Aaron White—Script

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About Aaron White

Aaron White is CEO & Co-founder of Script. He has previously served as IT director of a charter network, and his current focus is helping schools go paperless and cashless with Script.

Larry Hausner—The Principal Coaching Model: How To Plan, Design, and Implement a Successful Program

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About Dr. Larry Hausner

Dr. Larry Hausner is an experienced principal with more than 14 years in the position. He is a professor at USC and the founder of Coaching School Leadership, a firm dedicated to providing coaching services to principals nationwide.

Barbara Blackburn & Bradley Witzel—Rigor in the RTI & MTSS Classroom

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About Barbara Blackburn, PhD

Barbara Blackburn, PhD is the author of 22 books and a full-time consultant who works with schools around the world to help raise the level of rigor and motivation for professional educators and students alike.

About Dr. Bradley Witzel

Dr. Bradley Witzel is professor and Special Education Program Coordinator in the College of Education at Winthrop University.

Monica Burns—Tasks Before Apps: Designing Rigorous Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom

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About Monica Burns PhD.

Dr. Monica Burns is a Curriculum and EdTech Consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and Founder of ClassTechTips.com. She's a featured speaker at the upcoming FETC, the Future of Education Technology Conference, and she's the author of Tasks Before Apps: Designing Rigorous Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom.

Luthern Williams—New Roads School

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About Luthern Williams

Luthern Williams is Head of School at New Roads School in Santa Monica, California. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard University, his career in educational leadership spans more than 20 years.

Tamara Fyke—Building People: Social-Emotional Learning for Kids, Families, Schools, and Communities

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About Tamara Fyke

Tamara Fyke is an author, speaker, and expert on social and emotional learning, and she's the creator of the Love In A Big World curriculum, and the editor and Building People: Social-Emotional Learning for Kids, Families, Schools, and Communities, which we're here to talk about today.

 

Anneke Markholt and Joanna Michelson—Leading for Professional Learning: What Successful Principals Do To Support Teaching Practice

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About Dr. Anneke Markholt

Dr. Anneke Markholt is an associate director with the University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership (CEL), and affiliate faculty of educational leadership and policy studies in the University of Washington College of Education. Dr. Markholt is the co-author of Leading for Professional Learning: What Successful Principals Do To Support Teaching Practice with Stephen Fink and Joanna Michelson.

About Dr. Joanna Michelson

Dr. Joanna Michelson is the director of teacher leadership and learning at the Center for Educational Leadership. She leads CEL's teacher professional learning line of services. Dr. Michelson is the co-author of Leading for Professional Learning: What Successful Principals Do To Support Teaching Practice with Stephen Fink and Anneke Markholt.

Robert Avossa—FETC

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About Dr. Robert Avossa

Dr. Robert Avossa is Senior Vice-President of Education at LRP Media Group, where he oversees the Future of Education Technology Conference, which we're here to talk about today. Dr. Avossa previously served as Superintendent of Palm Beach County and Fulton County Schools in Georgia.

 

Cinque Henderson—Sit Down and Shut Up: How Discipline Can Set Students Free

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About Cinque Henderson

Cinque Henderson is a writer whose work has appeared in the Washington Post, Newsweek, and on TV networks including HBO and Showtime. A graduate of Harvard University, Cinque spent a year as a substitute teacher in the Los Angeles area, an experience that informed his new book, Sit Down and Shut Up: How Discipline Can Set Students Free.

 

Kimberly Mitchell—Experience Inquiry: 5 Powerful Strategies, 50 Practical Experiences

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About Kimberly Mitchell

Kimberly Mitchell is a writer, workshop leader and speaker with a focus on deeper learning and inquiry-based teaching practices. Currently teaching at the University of Washington's College of Education, her previous experience includes serving as a principal and teacher in Athens, Seattle, Los Angeles, Ecuador, and elsewhere around the globe, as well as serving as a Senior Program Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.