Teacher Talk: Using Language that Supports All Students
Presenter: Shauna King
Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 4-5pm ET
Join AMLE and author and expert, Shauna King, as we look at the kind of daily talk that we should be using with our young adolescents to help them lead, learn, and succeed.
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Shauna King, Ed.S. is an educational consultant who also serves as adjunct faculty for LaSalle University, a school climate coach with The University of Maryland Positive Schools Center and a certified presenter for The Upside Down Organization. She is a former principal and middle level educator with over 20 years of experience in public and non-public school settings. Shauna has a talent and passion for connecting with adults who have chosen to serve children. This passion has led to invitations to share with educators and parents nationally as well as internationally. A self- proclaimed "Yelling Teacher in Recovery", Shauna supports districts and schools that are implementing positive and proactive initiatives. Shauna is the author of School Smart: It's more than Just Reading and Writing
and her articles on teacher language and transitions at the middle level have been featured in the AMLE magazine. King holds a Bachelor's Degree from Morgan State University, a Master's degree in Education from Bowie State University and an Education Specialist degree in Adult Learning from Walden University. An active member of her church and community, Shauna is also a proud wife and mother of two children, who are the joy of her life.