Beth Russell

Beth Russell

Beth Russell, EdD, has worked with numerous urban and suburban school systems introducing personality type theory and teaching its value as a tool for differentiation, classroom management, culturally responsive teaching, instructional coaching, and collaboration.

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Beth Russell

Beth Russell, EdD, is an author, speaker, trainer, and principal of South View Middle School in a suburb of Minneapolis. She has worked with numerous urban and suburban school systems introducing personality type theory and teaching its value as a tool for differentiation, classroom management, culturally responsive teaching, instructional coaching, and collaboration. She views type theory as a vehicle for students to advocate how they learn best and for teachers to identify new strategies for helping all students learn.
 
She coauthored Differentiated School Leadership and has written several articles for education publications. Dr. Russell has presented at NSDC, World Futures, ASCD, and National Urban Alliance conferences. She has also participated in the National Institute for School Leadership, trained at the Institute for Learning at the University of Pittsburgh, and directed the Minneapolis Public Schools in implementing a comprehensive framework for teaching and learning. Dr. Russell volunteers as an assessor for the University of St. Thomas Principal Assessment Center.

She earned a BS in child development and family relations from Colorado State University, a master’s degree in social work from the University of Minnesota, and a doctorate in educational policy and administration from the University of Minnesota.