The Education Avengers, Champions of Virtual Learning: Chapter One through Five
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Dr. Katherine McKnight is a dynamic presenter, dedicated teacher, and award-winning author.
Award-Winning Educator / Author
Increasing student achievement, teacher effectiveness, program compliance, and overall school performance
Leading Expert on Poverty
Educational Neuroscience and the Design and Measurement of Classroom Environments that Promote Student Engagement
Expert in helping schools create and sustain academic excellence
America’s Leading Reading Ambassador
Award Winning Educator, Internationally Recognized Education Consultant, Expert on Teaching, Curriculum Coordination, and Program Administration
EL Program Consultant, School Support & Improvement Facilitator, Bilingual Education Cross-Cultural Specialist, Biliteracy Reading Instruction Consultant
Highly sought after expert on communicating student achievement
Advocates changes to transform school cultures using technology in facilitating student learning, transform learning spaces, and help educators grow
Award-Winning Educator, Internationally-Renowned Speaker and Best-Selling Author
Author and Leading Educational Consultant of Effective Strategies to Increase Student Achievement
2015 UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award Winner and one of the 50 most influential scholars in the nation informing educational policy, practice and reform
Educator, author of ‘Grading Smarter Not Harder’
Speaker, Author & Expert in teaching pedagogies, lifelong learning & study smart strategies
Author of Supporting and Educating Traumatized Students: A Guide for School-Based Professionals
Known both for her enthusiasm and expertise, Lynne is a dynamic presenter who consistently leaves
Thomas R. Guskey, Ph.D., is Professor of Educational Psychology in the College of Education at the University of Kentucky.