Education anchors in stormy seas: A conversation with Kim Marshall

APR 30, 2020


During this webinar, we’ll be joined by Kim Marshall, writer of the Marshall Memo, for a timely discussion of principles and practices from education writing of the last two decades that most immediately addresses the needs of today’s educators. Join us for a reminder of the pedagogical anchors that will help us weather this storm.

Recording Details

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Dan Cogan-Drew

Co-Founder and Chief Academic Officer, Newsela

Dan brings twenty-plus years of professional experience spent working towards a more perfect union of teaching, learning and technology. Prior to Newsela, Dan was the founding Director of Digital Learning at Achievement First Public Charter Schools, where he spearheaded the integration of digital learning technologies across the network. He began his education career in Teach for America and went on to teach in public and private schools, as well as in the US Navy. He holds degrees from Wesleyan University, Brown University, and Tufts University.

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Kim Marshall

Educator and Author

Kim Marshall was sixth-grade teacher, central office curriculum director, and elementary principal in the Boston Public Schools for 32 years. Since 2002, Kim consults, speaks, and teaches courses for school leaders, with a special focus on teacher supervision and evaluation, time management, the effective use of student assessments, and curriculum unit design. Kim writes The Marshall Memo, a weekly summary of helpful articles for principals, teachers, superintendents, and other educators.

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