Dianne Hamilton has an MSEd in Administration & Supervision and more than 40 years of experience in education. Before joining Learning Sciences International, she served as the Director of Professional Development for an association of higher education business managers and auxiliary service professionals. Dianne also served as Director of Professional Development & School Consultations for a PreK-8 educational foundation focused on literacy and curriculum development for public, private, and parochial schools. In her work with one of the nation’s largest public school systems, she served as a teacher, department chair, instructional coach, central office curriculum specialist, school improvement specialist, project manager of New Teacher Training, State Department liaison, project manager of ELA Assessment Training, system-wide staff developer, and coach for administrators learning observation, supervision, and evaluation skills. She has been an adjunct professor for Clinical Supervision in the Hood College Educational Leadership Program, is the co-author of The AP Teacher’s Resource Book, and has supported Research- into-Practice initiatives through professional learning communities. Dianne has taught English, reading, theatre and inter-related arts in urban, rural, and suburban settings. She continues to stay connected to students and classroom realities through part-time teaching.
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