Jan Rozzelle, EdD, has developed leadership programs for superintendents, principals, and teachers. She’s also provided professional development to several school districts and directs a statewide adolescent literacy project for instructional leadership teams.
Jan Rozzelle, EdD, is executive director of the School-University Research Network at the College of William & Mary, where she has developed leadership programs for superintendents, principals, and teachers. She has also provided professional development to several school districts and directs a statewide adolescent literacy project for instructional leadership teams.
Formerly an administrator for a large suburban school district in Richmond, Virginia, Dr. Rozzelle coordinated K–12 reading and language arts curriculum and instruction as well as staff development for teachers and principals. She created the Instructional Assessment Tool, a research-based observation protocol used across the country to gather classroom instruction data for planning school-based professional development.
She is a frequent presenter at national conferences and coauthor of numerous publications including The Learning Communities Guide to Improving Reading Instruction.
Dr. Rozzelle was recognized as the Reading Teacher of the Year by the Virginia State Reading Association while serving as a district reading specialist. She is an alumnus of the Educational Policy Fellows Program sponsored by the Institute for Educational Leadership in Washington, DC.
Dr. Rozzelle earned a doctorate from the College of William & Mary and a master’s degree from Appalachian State University.
Presentations by Jan Rozzelle
- Power Tools for Adolescent Literacy
- Power Tools for Adolescent Literacy Train-the-Trainer Program
- Literacy and Leadership: What Administrators Need to Know
- Managing Literacy Learning Communities in High-Performing Content Classrooms
- Bring On the Vocabulary!
- The Magnificent Seven Comprehension Strategies and Power Tools for Cognition