Angela DiMichele Lalor

Angela is a senior consultant at Learner-Centered Initiatives. Her work includes facilitating school-wide initiatives in the areas of curriculum, instruction and assessment. Her primary focus has been helping districts design curriculum that reflects the values and priorities of the schools, teachers and students that it serves.  In addition, Angela has worked with teachers to link curriculum, assessment, and grading and reporting practice; differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learners; and examine student work to move student learning forward. Her strengths lie in her ability to help groups of teachers work collaboratively to rethink and reflect upon their practices.

Angela has presented nationally at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Conference.  She is also a published author.  Her most recent book, Ensuring High-Quality Curriculum: How to Design, Revise, or Adopt Curriculum Aligned to Student Success, provides a comprehensive guide for educators looking to create or revise curriculum, or evaluate existing or commercially available options.  She recently shared her thoughts about what works, and what doesn't, when designing curriculum, on the BAM Radio network.  Listen here.

Angela began her career as a seventh grade social studies teacher. She is also a certified Fellow at Communities for Learning: Leading Lasting Change.  Angela is also an avid runner, and recently completed the New York City Marathon for the third time.  She can be reached at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


 


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