Kathryn Sever has 35 years of experience as a public school educator in Maine and New York. She has been a classroom teacher, building administrator, and director of education.
Kathryn Sever has 35 years of experience as a public school educator in Maine and New York. She has been a classroom teacher, building administrator, and director of education. Kathy has spent the past 20 years in the Maine-Endwell Central School District in Endwell, New York, and recently retired as assistant superintendent for instruction. A true advocate of professional learning, she draws from her experience in the classroom and at the administrative level to share best practices for keeping educator growth a continuous job-embedded process. Her focus is on differentiating instruction in professional learning to unlock the full potential of each staff member in a professional learning community.
Kathy encourages a “grow your own” approach through her work with schools and districts. Her workshops, trainings, and presentations provide administrators with practical plans for professional development. Kathy has presented at several local, state, and national conferences. She coauthored an article for NSDC titled “Shaping the Workday.”
Kathy earned a bachelor of arts in French from Bates College and a master of arts and master of education in curriculum and instruction from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Presentations by Kathryn Sever
- Differentiated Professional Development in a Professional Learning Community
- Job-Embedded Differentiated Professional Development