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  1. Bryan Alexander

    Bryan Alexander, PhD, is an internationally known researcher, writer, speaker, consultant, and teacher. He specializes in helping educators transform education through the use of technology.

  2. Gayle Allen

    Gayle Allen, EdD, is an experienced educator, researcher, and author who helps educational leaders drive transformative change. Using theory, practice, and humor, she challenges teams to become collaborative, data-driven, and digitally connected.

  3. James A. Bellanca

    James A. Bellanca is nationally recognized as a practical 21st century skills and deeper learning innovator who helps educators make project- and problem-based learning ready to go on the next school day.

  4. Suzie Boss

    Suzie Boss is a writer and consultant who focuses on the power of teaching and learning to empower others to improve their lives and transform their communities through innovative programs.

  5. Judy Curran Buck

    Mathematics at Work™

    Judy Curran Buck, PhD, is a consultant focused on the professional development needs of mathematics educators. She has 30 years of experience in education, serving as a teacher, professor, and principal.

  6. Meg Carnes

    Meg Carnes, a consultant, has spent over 25 years in K–12 public education. She is a former high school English teacher and department chair. Meg was also an adjunct instructor at Syracuse University.

  7. Andrew Churches

    Andrew Churches is a teacher, head of faculty, and information and communications technology enthusiast. He teaches at Kristin School in Auckland, New Zealand, which has a comprehensive technology program for all students.

  8. Richard A. DeLorenzo

    Richard A. DeLorenzo is cofounder and consultant for the Re-Inventing Schools Coalition (RISC) and an internationally known leader in education and organization restructuring.

  9. Richard E. Ferdig

    Richard E. Ferdig, PhD, is summit professor of learning technologies and professor of instructional technology at Kent State University, where he works in the Research Center for Educational Technology and the School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences.

  10. William M. Ferriter

    Professional Learning Communities at Work® RTI at Work™

    William M. Ferriter is an eighth-grade science teacher in a professional learning community near Raleigh, North Carolina. A National Board Certified Teacher for the past 28 years, Bill has designed professional development courses for educators nationwide on topics ranging from establishing professional learning communities and using technology to reimagine learning spaces, to integrating meaningful student-involved assessment and feedback opportunities into classroom instruction.