Jason Williams is a coordinator for teaching and learning at North Shore School District 112 in Illinois. In his role, he leads professional learning for the K–8 staff to support best teaching practices in all content areas.
Jason Williams is a coordinator for teaching and learning at North Shore School District 112 in Highland Park, Illinois. In his role, he designs and leads professional learning for the K–8 staff to support best teaching practices and district initiatives in all content areas. Recently, he spearheaded curricular adoptions and implementations for both K–5 and 6–8 mathematics. Jason previously served as a technology coach for Kildeer School District 96 in Buffalo Grove, Illinois and a seventh-grade science teacher for North Boone District 200 in Poplar Grove, Illinois.
Jason graduated from Northern Illinois University with a degree in elementary education with middle school endorsements in general science, language arts, physical science, social science, speech/theatre, and theatre/drama. He also holds three masters of education degrees in curriculum design and education reform from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, literacy education with an emphasis in ELL/bilingual education from Northern Illinois University, and educational leadership from American College of Education. He is currently pursuing his doctorate in educational leadership at Concordia University Chicago.
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Presentations by Jason Williams
- Collective Efficacy: A Consequence of Collaborative Culture
- Learning Walks: A Catalyst to Collaborative Coaching
- Using Achievement and Growth Data to Inform Instructional Decisions
- Give Your Students OCD: The Optimum Conditions to Discover
- Differentiated Practices Using iPads