Science of Instruction Remains the Same


Danielle Sullivan, National Director  
Curriculum Associates 

Danielle Sullivan is an unshakable optimist, engaging presenter and has a passion to make sure all students and educators are seen, heard and valued.  In her role as National Director, she supports districts in implementing quality, standards-based programs, and works to engage all stakeholders around best practices in student-centered learning, data-driven instruction, and allowing students and educators to flourish and thrive.  She has designed and facilitated numerous high-energy and inspiring workshops, as well as, presenting at schools, district-level meetings and regional conferences. Danielle taught for 10 years in urban and rural settings, K-8, and coached teachers with the National Writing Project. Danielle is valued for her ability to connect with customers, and for streamlining methodology to support productive change in the districts she serves.   On the weekends you can find her enjoying Florida sunsets with her wife Haley, and their dog Luna. 


Practical, engaging and fun presentations and sessions led by “National Directors” from Curriculum Associates 

April 28, 2022 session: The Science of Instruction Remains the Same: It would be easy to believe nothing could mitigate the well-documented projections on learning loss and social atrophy in every headline. In fact, we know exactly what we have to do. The pillars of education research direct us to seek to know the child well and act in specific ways to accelerate learning. With data as our currency, we are better positioned for precision than we would have been a decade ago. In short, we got this. This session will provide school leaders with a blueprint to transform the sizable challenges ahead into opportunities for sustained impact based on data in service to the science of good instruction.  

When: April 28
4pm CST / 5pm EST; 60 minute sessions each 
Audience: Teachers; Instructional leaders; Curriculum leaders 
*Language of session: English (with no translations)


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