Benefits for Registered Members
Study Series seats are intended for a single user however, NEW FOR 2016-2017, members receive a “Group Viewing License” to sit around a screen with colleagues to share and learn together! We love Collaboration!
Single Session members:
- Join an online, interactive web session led by the hosts
- View the session recording on-demand until June 30th, 2017
- Learn rigorous, standards aligned, practices to raise teacher practice and student achievement
Full Year Series members:
Chantal Francois is a member of The Educator Collaborative consulting network. She is the co-author of Catching Up on Conventions: Grammar Lessons for Middle School Writers (with Elisa Zonana) and co-editor of Humanizing Education: Critical Alternatives to Reform. She is an expert in child and adolescent literacy and has a research focus in areas of reading, writing, and the study of conventions. She is currently the literacy coach of East Side Community High School in New York City where she taught middle and high school English for several years. In this role, Chantal supports teachers to cultivate a robust independent reading program, to design critical and accessible writing and reading workshop units, and to focus on individual and collective problems of practice.
Elizabeth Lacy is a member of The Educator Collaborative consulting network. Elizabeth draws on vast experience in urban education, serving as a classroom teacher, Reading Specialist, literacy coach, instructional supervisor at the middle school and community college levels and is currently the Manager of Teacher Leadership Innovation for D.C. Public Schools, overseeing the work of a cadre of teacher leader and coaching professionals. Her leadership in curriculum restructuring, developing standards aligned assessments, and facilitating interdisciplinary teams has had powerful effect on the teachers and students she serves. She has innovated methods for school-based data collection using online tools, including staff and student surveys that help to look at the whole school culture beyond only test scores.