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10 Ways to Move Forward: Learning Gaps, SEL and Practical Tips to Take Your Classroom Further Post-Pandemic


Apr 20, 2021 06:38 PM

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Dawn Stansbury
Instructional Designer @Former Teacher and Principal
Instructional Designer @Advancement Courses Dawn Stansbury is an Instructional Designer for Advancement Courses. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Morningside College and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from the University of South Dakota. She is also a former teacher and principal, leading one of the first elementary STEM schools in the state of Iowa. As an educational leader, Dawn is passionate about providing educational opportunities to students and educators alike. Through Advancement Courses, she is proud to be a part of providing valuable resources to the world of education.
Danielle Strohmeyer
Instructional Designer @Former Assistant Principal
Danielle Strohmeyer is an instructional designer for Advancement Courses. She develops courses that support the professional growth needs of educators across the country, and specializes in recertification and helping teachers advance in their careers. As the former primary and middle school assistant principal of an international school, she cultivated a staff of educators from around the world and led the design of ELA, social studies, and SEL curricula to support learners of all abilities. She received her M.Ed. in Secondary Education from Ball State University. Over the course of her career, she has appeared in multiple publications for groups such as the Shanghai Institute for International Curriculum Research.
Vicki Davis
Classroom Teacher and IT Director @Cool Cat Teacher Blog & 10 Minute Teacher Podcast
Vicki is a classroom teacher and Instructional Technology director in southwest Georgia. She is into her nineteenth year of teaching at K12 and taught adults for five years before that. She graduated first in her Management Class at Georgia Tech in 1991 and has traveled the world talking about technology and reaching every student. Her philosophy to “innovate like a turtle” has transformed teachers around the world. Vicki’s heart is for today’s students and today’s teachers – both of whom have unique challenges of their own. Because two of her three children have learning differences, children who struggle have a special place in Vicki’s heart and she loves to find technologies to unlock each child’s full potential (and each teacher’s.) Vicki was co-winner of the 2006 ISTE Online Learning Award and has received top awards for her podcast, blog, and has traveled the world encouraging educators to reach every child.