Linda Bowgren has 25 years of experience in education. She has been a high school physical education teacher and coach, an elementary teacher, a literacy specialist, and a professional developer.
Linda Bowgren has 25 years of experience in education. She retired in 2008 from the Maine-Endwell Central School District in Endwell, New York, where she developed the new teacher induction program and served as the district’s new teacher mentor. Today she consults with districts interested in improving literacy and professional development practices. Her focus is on differentiating instruction in professional learning to unlock the full potential of each staff member in a professional learning community. Linda has worked in private and public schools as a high school physical education teacher and coach, an elementary teacher, a literacy specialist, and a professional developer.
She has presented at many state and national conferences on literacy, instructional strategies, and professional development. Her work is driven by her firm belief in collaboration and building a culture of professionalism for all teachers.
Together with her colleague Kathryn Sever, Linda coauthored an article for NSDC titled “Shaping the Workday.”
Linda received a master of science degree in literacy from Elmira College, New York.
Presentations by Linda Bowgren
- Differentiated Professional Development in a Professional Learning Community
- Job-Embedded Differentiated Professional Development