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Beth Pandolpho

Beth Pandolpho is an instructional coach and has taught English at the high school and college level for over 20 years. She is passionate about supporting teachers in developing a classroom culture with a strong social and emotional foundation in order to create powerful learning experiences.

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Beth Pandolpho

Beth Pandolpho is an instructional coach and has taught English at the high school and college level for over 20 years. She is passionate about supporting teachers in developing a classroom culture with a strong social and emotional foundation in order to create powerful learning experiences.

Her work is grounded in the belief that the path to improving education lies in listening to the unique needs of each school—its leaders, teachers and students. All sessions with Beth are customized based on conversations with school leaders in order to most effectively meet each school’s needs.

Beth earned a bachelor’s degree in English language and literature at the University of Maryland, a master’s degree in reading at Adelphi University, and a supervisory certification for curriculum and instruction at Rutgers University. She received training in the art of storytelling at the Moth Teacher Institute, and she is currently pursuing continuing education in diversity, equity, and inclusivity as well as teaching for critical consciousness.

She has written for Education Week, Educational Leadership, and The New York Times Learning Network and is a frequent contributor to Edutopia. Beth’s first book with Solution Tree is I’m Listening: How Teacher-Student Relationships Improve Writing, Speaking, and Listening. Her second book is currently in press.


Presentations by Beth Pandolpho

  • Becoming a More Culturally Responsive Educator
  • Practices that Promote Equitable Outcomes for Students
  • Cultivating Belonging to Support Teacher Retention and Student Achievement
  • Adopt the Mindset, Skills, and Dispositions to Become an Effective Coach
  • Coaching Practices that Promote Equity with Your Team, Department or School
  • Building a Positive Classroom Culture to Support Learning
  • Improving Literacy Instruction Across the Curriculum