Michael J. Maffoni
Michael J. Maffoni is the director of professional learning communities for Jefferson County Public Schools in Golden, Colorado. An educator since 1987, he has experience as a teacher, principal, and district administrator in a variety of districts and school settings. He also teaches courses in educational leadership as an affiliate faculty member at Regis University.
In his current role, Michael leads PLC implementation in more than one hundred schools throughout Jefferson County. His collaborative leadership has been instrumental in developing an integrated PLC support system, monitoring structure, and associated professional learning for district leaders, principals, instructional coaches, and teachers.
Michael’s professional passion focuses on increasing educator and student learning through creating agency to coach and support collaborative teams. He has presented at state and national events on topics related to a cycle of continuous improvement to support schools, teams, and individual educators. Michael has coauthored articles on increasing the effectiveness of collaborative teams.
Michael earned a master’s degree in education/administration and supervision from the University of Phoenix and a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Wyoming.
To learn more about Michael’s work, follow @mjmaffoni64 on Twitter.