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Monica Shallenberger - Guest Author

Monica Shallenberger is the Instructional Officer of Professional Learning for Klein ISD in Texas. Monica’s work focuses on the power of reimagining professional learning and shifting former ways of adult learning to an innovative model full of engagement and personalization. Previously she served as a high school associate principal and intermediate assistant principal where she gained valuable leadership experience and a big picture mentality. Monica started her educational career serving students as a high school speech, English, and college career readiness teacher in the career she dreamed of since elementary school. Monica was recognized as District Secondary Teacher of the year in 2015.

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It’s Not About Gaps, It’s About Educator Debts

I was at a professional learning session about learning design this week when I heard the instructor say something about achievement gaps that stopped me in my mental tracks. The conversation was centered around the constant challenge of growing achievement gaps that school educators face. There is a consistent conversation around how to help students close the gap, what can be done to enhance teaching and learning to assist in the problem, and who’s to blame (usually the student). As the conversation continued, I couldn’t help but pause to process the statement that caused an immediate mind-shift in me…

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