September 27-28, 2017
Teachers • Mentors
Instructional Coaches • Teacher Leaders
School and District Leaders
Create trusting and supportive mentoring and coaching relationships with others
Utilize conversation maps aimed at helping teachers draw out the thinking behind their instructional practices.
Utilize greater precision in language to facilitate conversations around planning, reflecting and problem resolving
Learn and refine skills of pausing, paraphrasing, and asking questions, to maximize time and thinking
Invite thinking and inquiry to create empowered, independent thinkers and learners
Use data to ground conversations about student learning
Klaus-Quinlan works with K-12 educators across the content areas, in Colorado and nationally. She supports teachers, teams, schools, and districts through coaching, facilitation, and leading professional learning. She co-facilitates multiple Institutes. She has worked extensively with the Boettcher Teacher Residency program as an adjunct professor, clinical supervisor, and coordinator during the expansion to Colorado’s rural San Luis Valley.
She brings her experience as an educator teaching elementary and middle school, as well as serving as a reading specialist, ELL coordinator, mentor teacher and instructional coach. She earned National Board Certification in Early Adolescent English/Language Arts. She earned a Master’s degree in K-12 Literacy from California State University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from Brown University.
Krier consults locally and nationally with K-12 educators across the content areas. She supports teachers, teams, instructional coaches, and administrators through coaching, facilitating, and collaborating around professional development. She co-facilitates multiple institutes.
Krier has served many roles during her 20 years in education. She spent 10 years teaching in the elementary grades and was honored with the school district award of Teacher of the Year in 2008. Since 2009, she served as a Professional Development Coordinator and lead for Instructional Coaches in a Denver area school district. She is also an Adaptive Schools, Cognitive Coaching, and Emergenetics training associate. Kristie earned her Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Colorado Christian University. She holds a Type D Administration certification and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Northern Colorado.
Breakfast and Lunch each day
Certificate of attendance for CDE credit
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