High Performing PLCs

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-uc9y3-91d6ea

Recorded on May 20, 2018

Moderator:
Josue Falaise (@JosueFalaise)

Dr. Josue Falaise is a Rutgers University alum with a Bachelors of Arts from Rutgers Newark College of Arts and Sciences (NCAS). He received his Masters of Arts in Education Administration and Supervision from St. Peters University. He holds a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University.  

Dr. Falaise began his 19-year career as an elementary school science teacher. Then he became a middle and high school biology and environmental science teacher. After four years of teaching and time as an adjunct professor at Mercer County Community College, he spent the last 15 years as an administrator in the roles of vice principal, principal and Chief Academic Officer in various urban and suburban school districts. His area of expertise lies in educational topics like designing curriculum, analyzing data to drive instruction and developing high performing professional learning communities (PLCs).

Dr. Falaise is very excited to join the Rutgers GSE as the RIISA director to oversee the institute deliver powerful learning opportunities for educators that will connect the research and practice to the K-12 school districts across the state, as well as local and global organizations.

Panelists:
David Dutrow (@TeachDMD)
David is an English Instructor at Mt. St. Joseph High School, in Baltimore, MD, and a member of the Educational Technology Master’s cohort at Loyola University. David believes in the power of innovation, and he believes that working together, we can achieve amazing results in the classroom.

Tony Cattani (@cattaniTony)
Tony is a High School Principal in New Jersey.

Music: Ron Madison (@Madison_Ron)

Producer: Sarah Thomas (@Sarahdateechur)

 

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