Nicole S. Turner
Nicole S. Turner is an educational coach and author with over 17 years of classroom and leadership experience. She has worked with thousands of educators, instructional coaches, and administrators across the United States through conferences and custom professional development sessions.
Nicole S. Turner
Nicole S. Turner is an educational coach and author with over 17 years of K–12 classroom and leadership experience in positions such as classroom teacher, lead teacher, differentiated accountability coach, district- and building-level instructional coach, assistant principal, dean of students, AdvancEd diagnostic review team member, and school improvement and turnaround specialist for the Indiana Department of Education. She has worked with thousands of educators, instructional coaches, and administrators across the United States through conferences and custom professional development sessions, and she specializes in helping educators master their roles through hands-on learning activities.
Nicole is a member of a number of professional associations, including Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated; the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated; the Indiana State Teachers Association; the Indiana State Literacy Association; and the Indiana Council of Teachers of Mathematics. She is the author of The S.I.M.P.L.E. Blueprint for Instructional Coaching™ Workbook and the creator of the Track My Coaching Planner™ and the Simply Learning Hub™.
Nicole is currently pursuing a doctorate in curriculum and instruction at Oakland City University with research focused on the professional development of instructional coaches.
“I attended all four of Nicole Turner’s sessions and found it to be the most valuable aspect. My team and I feel ready to implement what we learned from her practical advice and instruction. The tools and forms she shared will definitely be put to good use. Her experience coaching and supporting teachers in Title 1 schools that need immediate changes to occur was the exact knowledge we needed!”