Robin Noble

Robin Noble

Robin Noble is a consultant with more than 25 years of experience in education. She has served as an elementary school principal, district instructional coach, academic dean, middle school English teacher, and special education teacher.

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Robin Noble

Robin Noble is a consultant with more than 25 years of experience in education. She has served as an elementary school principal, district instructional coach, academic dean, middle school English teacher, and special education teacher. Most recently, Robin was the principal of a K–5 elementary school servicing a predominantly Mexican-immigrant, English-language-learner, low-socioeconomic population.

During her tenure, she successfully led the school through the federally funded Turnaround Model of reform, using the PLC process as the foundation for their work. The school significantly increased proficiency rates and, after being named the ninth-lowest-performing school in the state just three years earlier, was recognized by the New Mexico Public Education Department as a Top Growth School in 2012. In addition, Robin was recognized with the Award for Student Achievement by the New Mexico School Board Association for her work with her school community and the advancements in student achievement.

Robin specializes in establishing a foundation of professional learning communities to usher in influential changes in schools. Her consulting focuses on the importance of establishing a culture of high expectations for student learning, developing common language and commitments toward this goal, and facilitating the development of values and systems that lead to effective collaboration, evidence-based learning, and increases in student achievement.

She received her bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Central Florida and her master’s degree in educational leadership from the University of New Mexico.

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“I appreciate her ability to listen and provide relative suggestions for our program.”

Karen Hills, teacher, Nye County School District, Nevada

“As always, Robin is thorough and comes well prepared with resources to bring us into the next level of school improvement/transformation, i.e., current research data with stats to ensure that what she is presenting is valid and doable.”

Deborah Copeland, ELA teacher, Carver Heights Elementary School, North Carolina

“I place the most value on information shared concerning putting together a more effective data notebook. I also appreciate the editable PowerPoint that Robin Noble shared with our team. With it, I am able to make changes and introduce them to my students immediately, as we just began a new quarter.”

Jacqueline Morrisey, teacher, Carver Heights Elementary School, North Carolina