Rob J. Meyer
Rob J. Meyer is the director of teaching and learning at Beaver Dam Unified School District and president of the Wisconsin Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development. With more than 17 years in education, he previously served as a teacher, assistant principal, and principal.
Rob J. Meyer
Rob J. Meyer is an experienced educator currently serving as the director of teaching and learning at Beaver Dam Unified School District in Wisconsin. With more than 17 years in education, he previously served as a teacher of social studies, an assistant principal at the secondary level, and a principal at the primary level. Rob successfully uses the Professional Learning Communities (PLC) at Work® process to improve outcomes for the students he serves. By focusing on a districtwide effort to implement research-based systems of continuous improvement, he helped improve data across sites, which led to a Model PLC at Work school designation in his district.
As someone who believes in the power of collaboration, Rob is the president of the Wisconsin Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development. Additionally, he has presented at several conferences on educational leadership and mentored instructional leaders.
Rob received a bachelor’s degree in broadfield social studies with a minor in history, as well as teacher credentials, from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He earned a master’s degree in educational leadership from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Rob also earned a superintendent license credential at Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin, where he is currently completing a doctorate in education.
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Presentations by Rob J. Meyer
- PLC at Work: Districtwide Implementation
- The Work of Collaborative Teams: The Teaching-Assessing Cycle
- Luck Isn’t It: Intentional Planning for Improved Outcomes
- Build on a Foundation: What the PLC at Work Process Really Requires
- PLC Leadership: The Knowledge and Skills Needed to Lead the Right Work