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Three Drivers to Rely on In Disruptive Times: Solutions to Navigate with Clarity
We know 2021 has presented more challenges than ever before. Educational leaders are called upon to maintain a steady course - while navigating uncharted waters. With so many varying conditions, the need for a reliable and effective systemic approach is vital. This webinar features three leadership actions to clarify systemic navigation and improve results for learners. Participants will land with resources that can be put to use immediately.
Assessing Academic & Behavioral Needs | Leading Student-Centered Education | Fostering Shared Commitment

Dec 7, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Assessing Academic & Behavioral Needs | Leading Student-Centered Education | Fostering Shared Commitment
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Melissa A. Lambert, MEd
Equity and Multilingual Learner Specialist @Fostering Quality Schools
Melissa is a national consultant who believes in the power of a shared vision, and works to challenge the process, and build capacity for education systems. Her work in education spans two decades and always incorporates an equity-centered approach to positively affect outcomes for culturally and linguistically diverse learners. Deeply driven by problem-solving, building trust, and challenging educator mindset she brings knowledge and demonstrated results for motivating teams and shifting practice.
Linda A. Reddy, PhD
Co-Founder and President @ReadyCoach and Rutgers University
Linda is a Professor and Assistant to the Dean for Research and Innovations at Rutgers University who is passionate about helping schools maximize educator growth and student success. Linda is the Co-Founder and President of ReadyCoach Corporation. She received her PhD in School Psychology from the University of Arizona and has over 150 publications on school/classroom assessment, teacher effectiveness, instructional coaching, behavior disorders and educational technology. Linda’s work has been funded by grants (over 60 million) and has received multiple research awards. She is a Fellow of American Education Research Association and American Psychological Associations as well as an inducted member of Society of the Study of School Psychology. Linda is also a nationally certified school psychologist and licensed psychologist. Most importantly, she is a proud mother of twin daughters, an avid runner, hiker, and alpine skier who lives in New Jersey.
Alexander Kurz, PhD, BCBA-D
Co-Founder, Vice President & Associate Professor @ReadyCoach, Arizona State University
Alex is a professor at Arizona State University and a recognized leader in researcher-practitioner partnerships (RPPs) with a focus on helping students with learning differences. He received his PhD in Special Education from Vanderbilt University and has published over 50 publications with over 50 million dollars in external funding focused on teacher effectiveness, instructional coaching, and educational technology. He has extensive expertise related to educational technology, program evaluation, RPPs, collective impact, and continuous improvement. His work has been supported by government agencies such as IES, NSF, and USAID and other non-profit agencies.
Jason Feld, PhD
CEO @ReadyCoach
As the CEO of ReadyCoach, Jason focuses his activities on creating research-based partnerships and evidence-based solutions that provide school administrators, coaches, educators, specialists, and parents with innovative technology that assists them in empowering students as successful learners. Jason received his PhD in Educational Psychology from the University of Arizona and his Master’s Degree in Psychology from New York University. Over his career, Jason led a nationally recognized educational technology company serving PreK and K12 systems in over 35 states. He is a published author and has served as a journal editor, board director, task force member, and university researcher. Jason is the recipient of several awards and recognitions for his contributions to education, and his research and innovations in assessment and instruction have been presented at national and state conventions, state departments of education, and at the National Press Club.