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Jill Lizier

Jill Lizier is a districtwide director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment in Exeter, New Hampshire, and has previously served as an assistant principal and special education building coordinator, a curriculum coordinator for an elementary school, and first-grade teacher.

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Jill Lizier

Jill Lizier is a districtwide director of curriculum, instruction, and assessment in Exeter, New Hampshire, and has previously served as an assistant principal and special education building coordinator, a curriculum coordinator for an elementary school, and first-grade teacher.

Jill has developed and utilized performance assessments aligned to state standards and competencies. She has supported teachers and administrations in the development of these assessments through staff coaching, workshops, and presentations.

Jill has presented at local and international conferences on performance assessments, academic competencies, rubric development, and essential skills and dispositions.

Jill received her bachelor’s degree in political science and master’s degree in elementary education from the University of New Hampshire. Jill received her certificate of advanced graduate studies in educational leadership from Plymouth State University.


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Presentations by Jill Lizier

  • Competency Based Learning Centers
  • Performance Assessment Development
  • Rubric Development with PLCs
  • Habits of Learning in the Classroom