Anthony R. Reibel

Anthony R. Reibel

Anthony R. Reibel is director of assessment, research, and evaluation at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Illinois. He administers assessments, manages student achievement data, and oversees instructional practice.

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Anthony R. Reibel

Anthony R. Reibel is director of assessment, research, and evaluation at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Illinois. He administers assessments, manages student achievement data, and oversees instructional practice. Anthony began his professional career as a technology specialist and entrepreneur. After managing several businesses, he became a Spanish teacher at Stevenson. He has also served as a curricular team leader, core team leader, coach, and club sponsor.

In 2010, Anthony received recognition from the state of Illinois and the Illinois Computer Educators named him Technology Educator of the Year. He is a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, IPA, Illinois Principal’s Association, Illinois Computing Educators, and American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Indiana University and master’s degrees (one in curriculum and instruction and a second in educational leadership) from Roosevelt University.

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Presentation titles by Anthony R. Reibel

  • Assessing Student Performance in a Professional Learning Community
  • Evidence-Based Reporting: A Guide to Implementing Nontraditional Grading Systems
  • Effective Data Analysis in a Professional Learning Community
  • Powerful Formative Assessment: Technology That Works
  • Closing the Gap With Formative Technology
  • Powerful Formative Assessment Cycles That Enhance an AP Program
  • Professional Learning: A Creative Process
  • Common Formative Assessment Cycles

“Tony was awesome! He answered our questions well and gave us some ideas that we will be able to implement at our school.”

Mike Syverson, special education teacher, Lakeland Union High School

“The sessions with Solution Tree for the PLC evaluation of each school, the debriefs, and the written reports were by far the most productive and meaningful evaluations we have experienced as a team. We are really hoping to work with Mark and Tony moving forward. The 45 minutes I spent with them not only solidified my own thoughts moving forward, it was an opportunity to meet two meaningful partners. I really want to continue this work with them in the next steps of building our PLCs within YUHSD 70. Thank you to Solution Tree for this professional opportunity.”

Gina Thompson, superintendent, Yuma Union High School District, Arizona

“[It was good] having legitimate time to actually delve into our own curriculum and create our assessment criteria. I also liked that he floated around answering questions to help us figure it out. The readings were helpful as well. It was difficult to grasp at first; however, after some practice and discussion with Tony, we got it figured out and are pleased with the work we have done! This was by far one of the most useful PDs I've had!”

Teresa Gifford, teacher, Esther Starkman School, Alberta