ISA Coaches

ISA Expert Educators

ISA provides its schools with external leadership, content, and school development coaches, who are highly experienced, expert practitioners. Many have been secondary school principals or lead teachers who have started their own schools. Some have been instructional superintendents. Content coaches are experienced secondary school practitioners with strong expertise in their discipline; many have advanced degrees. All ISA coaches have experience providing job embedded professional development and are highly knowledgeable about college readiness instruction, state standards, and a variety of teacher observation frameworks.

Kate Ado

Kate Ado has been a coach with ISA since 2006. She previously taught English at both the middle and high school levels. She has also served as a literacy...

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Kate Ado has been a coach with ISA since 2006. She previously taught English at both the middle and high school levels. She has also served as a literacy coach and an assistant professor of education. Ado specializes in curriculum development, professional development, school change, urban education, teacher preparation and induction, literacy, and inquiry-based instruction. As a coach, she enjoys success in collaborating with teachers to develop and implement curricula that leads to students higher order thinking.

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Julie Arcement
Math Specialist

Julie Arcement has been a Mathematics teacher of ELL and SIFE students at both the middle school and high school level. She was a founding teacher at ELLIS...

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Julie Arcement has been a Mathematics teacher of ELL and SIFE students at both the middle school and high school level. She was a founding teacher at ELLIS Preparatory Academy, an ISA school located in the Bronx, NY. As a classroom teacher she cultivated a learning environment that used an inquiry-based, language-rich approach to solving math problems. She believes that creating authentic activities and tasks capitalizes on students’ interests, curiosity and experiences while creating the impetus for language development. As someone who has been affected and inspired by teacher mentors, she enjoys engaging in the sharing of best practices and talking about mathematics in the interest of helping teachers, and herself, develop and grow professionally.

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Jared Aumen

Jared joined ISA as a social studies content coach in 2015. He is currently a doctoral candidate in teacher education at the University of Michigan in...

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Jared joined ISA as a social studies content coach in 2015. He is currently a doctoral candidate in teacher education at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. There, he teaches social studies methods at the graduate and undergraduate levels and conducts his dissertation study on teacher learning in a county-based professional development program. In addition to this work, Jared has also been an online course writer for the WGBH Educational Foundation. Prior to moving to Michigan, Jared taught middle school and high school social studies for seven years in the Washington, DC area.

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Ronna Bordoley

Ronna Bordoley has been an ISA content coach for Social Studies since 2015. For 27 years, she served in the capacity of high school Social Studies teacher...

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Ronna Bordoley has been an ISA content coach for Social Studies since 2015. For 27 years, she served in the capacity of high school Social Studies teacher and Department chair for West Bloomfield Schools, in West Bloomfield Michigan.   The final six years of her tenure were spent teaching, coordinating and serving as Dean of Students, while teaming to develop Oakland Early College, a duel enrollment high school serving students in Oakland Country, Michigan for West Bloomfield Schools. Her expertise is in curriculum development where she works to foster student interest and growth. She enjoys working with teachers to maximize their potential for the implementation of inquiry-based instruction to enhance student learning.

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Terry Born

Terry Born brought her 30+ years of experience to ISA in 2003. She is an expert in leadership, literacy, curriculum design, collaborative Learning and...

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Terry Born brought her 30+ years of experience to ISA in 2003. She is an expert in leadership, literacy, curriculum design, collaborative Learning and arts in education. Born was an English teacher, theater and photography teacher, and also served in the following roles: founding principal, Robert F. Wagner Jr. Secondary School of Arts and Technology , Faculty Bank Street Principal’s Institute, curriculum and leaderships, Adjunct Faculty/College Now: LaGuardia Community College, professional development: interdisciplinary curriculum, literacy across the curriculum, theater, small school development: Middle College National Consortium.

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Sheila Breslaw

Sheila Breslaw has been a school coach since 2007. She was an English teacher, reading teacher and the founding and co-principal of New York City Lab School...

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Sheila Breslaw has been a school coach since 2007. She was an English teacher, reading teacher and the founding and co-principal of New York City Lab School for Collaborative Studies, where she served for 20 years. Breslaw also worked with new and upcoming principals during her time with the Office of New Schools in New York City’s Department of Education. Breslaw’s areas of expertise include school leadership, and English language arts curriculum and pedagogy.

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Stephen Brodbar

Stephen Brodbar, science coach, has experienced the field of education from three distinct perspectives: as a teacher in the New York City Public School...

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Stephen Brodbar, science coach, has experienced the field of education from three distinct perspectives: as a teacher in the New York City Public School system, as an instructor designing curriculum and professional development programs supporting standards-­‐based curriculum reform at the American Museum of Natural History and as an educational consultant with Teachers College, Columbia University, The New York Academy of Sciences and AUSSIE Professional Development. These three vantage points have given him a unique sense of how schools, universities and informal learning institutions interplay. He has worked with teachers around the United States, as well as in Europe and Asia. His interests include bringing scientists and teachers together in professional development settings to see the effects on pedagogy.

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Marylin Cano

According to Marylin she dreamed of becoming a teacher since she was 7 years old:   “I had the great fortune of making this dream a reality by being...

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According to Marylin she dreamed of becoming a teacher since she was 7 years old:   “I had the great fortune of making this dream a reality by being in a Math classroom for 38 years.  During my 25 years at John Bowne High School, I learned that for a teacher to be successful, he/she needs support  and examples to follow. At The Queens High School of Teaching during the  last 13 years, with the help of Jonathan Katz and the support of administrators and peers , I was able to have inquiry based classes.  Now, It’s time to pay it forward. So, I have become an ISA Math coach and dream that the teachers I support have an amazing career, better than mine.”

 

 

 

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Alison Cohen

Alison Cohen joined ISA in 2015 and is thrilled to be coaching teachers at two ISA schools. She is the product of an urban public school system herself...

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Alison Cohen joined ISA in 2015 and is thrilled to be coaching teachers at two ISA schools. She is the product of an urban public school system herself (DC Public Schools) and her experiences as a student made her passionate about working towards a more just educational system that meets all students’ needs regardless of background. Alison has spent more than a decade playing a variety of different roles in public middle and high schools. She has worked as a teacher (English, Literacy, ESOL, Special Ed), school mindfulness program director, teacher coach, and teacher advice columnist. Her specialties include teacher preparation and induction, professional development, literacy, and mindfulness and restorative practices in urban schools. She has also greatly enjoyed running a weekly mindfulness group for high school teachers and teaching self-care/burnout prevention mindfulness courses for school staff members and mental health professionals who work with youth.

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Paul Drummond

Paul Drummond is a K – 12 Science Education Consultant with over forty years of teaching experience, and currently is providing consulting and professional...

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Paul Drummond is a K – 12 Science Education Consultant with over forty years of teaching experience, and currently is providing consulting and professional development services for the Macomb Intermediate School District, the Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum, and the Institute for Student Achievement, Columbia University. He has served the Macomb Mathematics, Science and Technical Center at Macomb Intermediate School District in Michigan as the co-director and a consultant since 2001. He also provides coaching and professional development for high school science teachers at Denby and Pershing High School in Detroit for the Institute for Student Achievement, Columbia University. He also works with the education and exhibit staff at the Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum. His experience in the K – 12 education area includes serving as a district Science, Mathematics and Curriculum Design Coordinator for the West Bloomfield School District and classroom teacher.

Paul has been serving and supporting science education on the local, state and national levels for over twenty years. He has been the Michigan Congressional Delegate to the National Science Teachers Association’s National Congress for Science Education. Additional positions and honors include being selected to the International Educators to Japan Delegation, Computerworld Smithsonian Award, Continental Cablevision National Educator Award, President of Metropolitan Detroit Science Teachers Association, Executive Director, Metropolitan Detroit Science Teachers Association, President of the Michigan Science Teachers Association, and Secretary of the Square One Education Network.

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Diane Giorgi

Diane Giorgi brings over thirty years of teaching, mentoring and professional development experience to her current role as a social studies coach at two...

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Diane Giorgi brings over thirty years of teaching, mentoring and professional development experience to her current role as a social studies coach at two NYC high schools. Prior to joining ISA, Diane taught social studies and writing on the secondary and college levels, and coached novice and veteran educators across content areas. She has presented workshops on the teaching of reading and writing at local, state and national conferences, and is active in National Writing Project initiatives.

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Michael Gonchar

Michael Gonchar has been a school and instructional coach for over ten years in many of New York City’s small schools. He originally taught history and...

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Michael Gonchar has been a school and instructional coach for over ten years in many of New York City’s small schools. He originally taught history and literature at East Side Community High School in Manhattan’s East Village in 1996, where he spent eight years as a humanities teacher. He joined ISA as a coach in 2008. Gonchar specializes in supporting the development of new small schools. He considers his close work with principals in starting two new ISA schools to be a great coaching accomplishment.

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Stephanie Grasso

Stephanie Grasso’s coaching enables her to share her expertise in integrating English language learning and literacy in content area curriculum development...

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Stephanie Grasso’s coaching enables her to share her expertise in integrating English language learning and literacy in content area curriculum development for new English language learners, and SIFE (students with interrupted formal education) with teachers. She was a founding English teacher at ISA’s ELLIS Preparatory Academy in New York City and went on to provide literacy and instructional coaching at ELLIS. Grasso’s work in developing science curriculum with integrated language and literacy approach became one of her greatest accomplishments at ELLIS.

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Christian Gregory

Christian Gregory holds two degrees in literature from the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College and is pursing a PHD in English Education...

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Christian Gregory holds two degrees in literature from the Bread Loaf School of English at Middlebury College and is pursing a PHD in English Education from Teachers College Columbia University. Mr. Gregory is the recipient two fellowships from the NEH, was a semi-finalist for the Bechtal Award, and received the national JSTOR Lesson Plan award in 2015.  He has presented papers on pedagogy and literature in NYC, England, Ireland, and Poland, and will be presenting his work at four upcoming conferences for the Modern Language Association.  He has taught for over 15 years, recently as a lecturer at TC and Mercy College.

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Jackquelyn Harris Young

“Each One, Teach One” is Jackie’s motto gleaned from the esteemed Alma John.   After serving the NYC public schools as a teacher, principal, deputy...

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“Each One, Teach One” is Jackie’s motto gleaned from the esteemed Alma John.   After serving the NYC public schools as a teacher, principal, deputy superintendent, local instructional superintendent, network leader and ultimately Deputy CEO for Empowerment Schools, she joined the ISA team as a Leadership Coach in 2009.  Jackie works with school leaders by asking the questions that will guide them as they align the work they do with their mission and vision statements.  Jackie also served as a Principal Mentor for District 10 and as an Adjunct teacher at both Lehman College and SUNY Purchase.

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Dina Heisler

Dina Heisler’s greatest accomplishment as a coach has been working with teachers to expand their practice to include a more inquiry based, student centered,...

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Dina Heisler’s greatest accomplishment as a coach has been working with teachers to expand their practice to include a more inquiry based, student centered, and collaborative approach to teaching and learning. Heisler has been a coach with ISA since 2011. Her career has included teaching interdisciplinary social studies and ELA curriculum to English language learner high schools students, and taking on the leadership roles of principal, network achievement coach, humanities teacher, and adjunct for the Principals Institute at the Bank Street School of Education. Her areas of expertise include supervision, humanities curriculum, restorative justice, social and emotional learning, ESL, and Webquests.

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Nate Hingst

Nate Hingst has spent more than a decade as an educator. He began as a middle school reading teacher while completing his Master’s degree in Curriculum...

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Nate Hingst has spent more than a decade as an educator. He began as a middle school reading teacher while completing his Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Arizona State University and has worked in myriad academic environments in both the United States and China. He joined ISA in 2016 as an ELA Coach after several years of working as an Instructional Coach in the Wayne County area.

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Toby Horowitz

Toby Horowitz began coaching with the ISA math team in 2011. She helped to start Pablo Neruda high school, and her experience includes leadership roles...

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Toby Horowitz began coaching with the ISA math team in 2011. She helped to start Pablo Neruda high school, and her experience includes leadership roles at International high schools, Middle College high schools, and in PD math teachers workshops as well as teaching in Pojoaque, New Mexico, and Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Toby was a math and music teacher as well as an internship supervisor. Her areas of expertise are math curriculum development, project-based learning, and group learning. Toby’s greatest accomplishment has been seeing classes where students are excited by what they are learning.

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Shomari Jabulani

Shomari Jabulani began his life in the segregated South. He was born in the colored section of Grady Memorial Fulton County Hospital of Atlanta, Georgia,...

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Shomari Jabulani began his life in the segregated South. He was born in the colored section of Grady Memorial Fulton County Hospital of Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. Shomari arrived in 1950 to married parents who were both African –Americans with high school education and beyond. His 25 year old mother had worked in airplane factories and insurance companies, while his father, a Tuskegee Airman, was a struggling war veteran.

Shomari Jabulani, performed professionally as a Chemical /Process engineer in the semi-conductor electronics field for nearly 20 years before pursuing interests in the field of education. He joined Detroit Public Schools in 1989 as a substitute teacher. After 1991, he pursued the education field exclusively. Shomari Jabulani earned his Master of Arts Degree in the Teaching of Mathematics from the University of Detroit Mercy in 1997. He also obtained Michigan professional certification for teaching science and mathematics at the secondary level. He had previously obtained a Chemistry degree from Arizona State University. He also obtained his Ph.D. from Wayne State University in Curriculum and Instruction.

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Robert Jackson

Robert S Jackson has served as the director since 2012 at the QSI International School of Minsk, a coed, US Department of State supported PK-12 day...

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Robert S Jackson has served as the director since 2012 at the QSI International School of Minsk, a coed, US Department of State supported PK-12 day school in Minsk, Belarus. Previously he served as the middle school director of instruction at the QSI International School of Shekou and the middle school coordinator at Kyiv International School, after teaching for 9 years within the QSI system with a focus on middle school and secondary mathematics. In 2014, Robert was awarded with the NAESP National Distinguished Principal award for his work in supporting education in overseas schools. This year, he is on sabbatical at Columbia University in New York City, pursuing further studies into school leadership. He is married to Dr. Lena Jackson and they have two children, aged 13 and 11. 
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Carlton Jordan

Carlton Jordan has over twenty years’ experience in education. He was a high school English and writing teacher for many years.  He served as a coordinator...

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Carlton Jordan has over twenty years’ experience in education. He was a high school English and writing teacher for many years.  He served as a coordinator of a ninth-grade detracked English course, and was a founding member of an untracked middle school in New Jersey. At the college level he has taught Africana Studies and EOP writing. He has served as a literacy and leadership coach and has served as a team leader and writer for school quality reviews. Jordan feels his greatest coaching accomplishment has been helping principals create an environment where teachers deliver quality instruction and assign writing across the disciplines.

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Pamela Kissel

Pam Kissel joined ISA in 2016 and is a leadership coach for the Integrated Arts and Technology High School in Rochester, NY. Pam brings 36 years of educational...

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Pam Kissel joined ISA in 2016 and is a leadership coach for the Integrated Arts and Technology High School in Rochester, NY. Pam brings 36 years of educational experience in rural, suburban and urban schools to this role. She has served as a high school English teacher, middle and high school principal, assistant superintendent and superintendent of schools. Pam earned her doctorate from Syracuse University and serves on the board of trustees for Partners in Restorative Initiatives and the Young Women’s College Prep Charter School.

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William Ling

Bill Ling is a graduate of the United Nations International High School, New York University and Teachers’ College, Columbia University. He became a...

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Bill Ling is a graduate of the United Nations International High School, New York University and Teachers’ College, Columbia University. He became a teacher at both P.S. 96 and P.S.188 in Manhattan, and a founding faculty member of both the Murry Bergtraum High School for Business Careers and The International High School at LaGuardia Community College. In 1993 Bill became the founding principal of The Manhattan International High School, a New York City public high school serving the needs of new English language learners. He retired in 1993 and served as a principals’ mentor for the Internationals Network for Public Schools and the New York City Department of Education Office of New Schools. He was also an adjunct instructor in educational administration for the Principal-in-Residence Program of New England College.

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Stefanie Macaluso

Stefanie Macaluso’s experience includes teaching biology and biochemistry and developing curriculum. She is most proud of providing effective strategies...

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Stefanie Macaluso’s experience includes teaching biology and biochemistry and developing curriculum. She is most proud of providing effective strategies and resources that aid teachers (in the living environment, earth science, physics and chemistry content area) to engage science students, and spark their interest in the field of science. Her areas of expertise include inquiry, Common Core Learning Standards and Next Generation Science Standards applications to science curriculum.

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Denise Mahfood

Denise Mahfood joined ISA in 2013.  Her decade of experience in the sciences and education provides a strong foundation for her ISA coaching. Her coaching...

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Denise Mahfood joined ISA in 2013.  Her decade of experience in the sciences and education provides a strong foundation for her ISA coaching. Her coaching approach encourages authentic questions, supports high skill levels, inquiry into social issues, and creative thinking. Denise’s areas of expertise: curriculum development, Physical, Life, and Earth sciences, and science professional development for teachers. Denise completed her Doctoral studies in Science Education at Teachers College.

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Catina Mason

Catina Mason began her educational career in Detroit Public Schools where she has been a passionate educator for over 15 years. She enjoys the process...

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Catina Mason began her educational career in Detroit Public Schools where she has been a passionate educator for over 15 years. She enjoys the process of continuously teaching and learning mathematics, leadership, school improvement process, grant implementation and more. She obtained her BA in Education and graduate degree from Wayne State University. During her teaching experience, she earned her Master of Mathematics Education with a focus on problem solving and writing in mathematics. She then became a Mathematics Coach/Consultant for Wayne county. As she coached teachers in K-8 mathematics, she also ensured that she stayed current on the latest teaching strategies herself as she taught developmental to intermediate mathematics at Oakland Community College where she still teaches today.

It was from her experience of being a state monitor and supporting school districts with self-evaluation, realization and planning effective systems and processes that will support the schools outcomes that she learned of her passion of support systems in schools. Catina is currently a Doctoral Candidate at Michigan State University’s Doctor of Education Leadership (DEL) Program and is now in the final year of completion after which, she plans to continue to support schools systemic processes that can be sustained or shifted to make the changes necessary for students’ success.

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Rob Menken

Rob Menken taught social studies and English, and he served as principal and founding co-director of New York City Lab School for Collaborative Studies....

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Rob Menken taught social studies and English, and he served as principal and founding co-director of New York City Lab School for Collaborative Studies. His 18+ years of experience provided him ample opportunity to develop skills in the areas of leadership capacity, collaborative teaming, and instructional focus. Menken feels his greatest coaching accomplishment has been helping principals come to the realization that quality instruction is the goal and that test scores will follow that achievement.

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Elizabeth Natter

Elizabeth Natter was a high school teacher in the Detroit Public Schools for 37 years. After her retirement, she applied her experience in urban education...

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Elizabeth Natter was a high school teacher in the Detroit Public Schools for 37 years. After her retirement, she applied her experience in urban education to literacy coaching.  In addition to coaching, Natter has worked as an adjunct professor, teaching writing and finance classes at a number of Michigan colleges.

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Sylvia Rabiner

As a Leadership Coach at ISA, Sylvia Rabiner is responsible for helping prospective new principals write and present their new high school proposals to...

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As a Leadership Coach at ISA, Sylvia Rabiner is responsible for helping prospective new principals write and present their new high school proposals to the Office of New Schools. Through ongoing meetings Rabiner works with school leadership to deepen their understanding of the ISA principles and to better understand how to implement the ways in which the principles serve as a framework for the new high school. Additionally, Rabiner acts as a mentor for all new ISA coaches.

For the past eight years Rabiner has worked with schools in New York City, Atlanta, Detroit, Minneapolis, and Houston.

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Andrew Ratner

Andrew Ratner, literacy coach with ISA since 2013, taught English, reading, and Civics. His leadership experience includes staff development, Director...

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Andrew Ratner, literacy coach with ISA since 2013, taught English, reading, and Civics. His leadership experience includes staff development, Director of Curriculum and Instruction at The Learning Project, Professor of English and Director of the Graduate English Education program at City College. Andrew’s areas of expertise are reading and writing across the content areas, reading and writing assessment, and teacher preparation. His greatest coaching accomplishment was guiding a network of middle school principals and teachers in the development of a common language, shared values and instructional routines around college-ready critical thinking, reading and writing.

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Shantel Ross

Shantel Ross is a product of the Detroit Public School system. Over the past 19 years, she has had experience as a math educator, administrator and content...

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Shantel Ross is a product of the Detroit Public School system. Over the past 19 years, she has had experience as a math educator, administrator and content coach. Shantel has been with ISA since the fall of 2015. Shantel enjoys helping teachers grow professionally. Her focus is to help teachers discover ways to engage, teach and challenge all students .
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Keri Scriva

Keri Scriva’s 10+ years of experience as a math teacher, grade team leader, teacher mentor and academic intervention math teacher provides a solid foundation...

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Keri Scriva’s 10+ years of experience as a math teacher, grade team leader, teacher mentor and academic intervention math teacher provides a solid foundation for her coaching. Scriva has been with ISA since 2012. She feels most accomplished when she sees the teachers she works with grow professionally as a result of her coaching.

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Melissa Slater

Melissa Slater joined ISA as an instructional coach in 2016. She previously taught Social Studies, served as a crisis counselor and a behavior specialist...

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Melissa Slater joined ISA as an instructional coach in 2016. She previously taught Social Studies, served as a crisis counselor and a behavior specialist in Chicago and New York. She specializes in working with students in alternative school environments including transfer high schools, residential treatment centers, and correctional facilities. As a coach, she enjoys collaborating with teachers to support their professional growth and designing meaningful opportunities that increase student voice.

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Marianne Srock

Marianne joined ISA as a mathematics coach in 2016. She taught math in Michigan’s public schools for over 25 years and served as a middle school principal...

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Marianne joined ISA as a mathematics coach in 2016. She taught math in Michigan’s public schools for over 25 years and served as a middle school principal prior to becoming a mathematics consultant in 2004. She also enjoyed working at the college level, serving as an adjunct professor for 9 years.

Marianne earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Detroit College of Engineering, and her Masters Degree in Administration from Wayne State University’s College of Education.

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Darin Stockdill

Darin Stockdill has been a social studies content coach with ISA since 2015.  Apart from coaching for ISA, he is responsible for managing the instructional...

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Darin Stockdill has been a social studies content coach with ISA since 2015.  Apart from coaching for ISA, he is responsible for managing the instructional and program design projects of the University of Michigan’s Center for Education Design, Evaluation, and Research (CEDER).  Darin has over 20 years of experience in education, most recently working as a social studies and content area literacy consultant for a large Michigan intermediate school district engaged in curriculum development and professional learning for teachers.  He was a graduate student in education at the University of Michigan prior to this, earning his doctorate in education in 2011.  As a graduate student, he taught content area literacy methods courses to pre-service social studies teachers and also researched adolescent and disciplinary literacy. His academic interests focus on the connections between problem-based instruction and education for social justice, as well as the intersections of youth literacy practices and disciplinary literacies in the social sciences. Before graduate study, Darin was a classroom social studies and English teacher in Detroit for 10 years, working in both middle and high school settings.  He is deeply committed to supporting teachers in providing engaging, rigorous, and culturally responsive instruction to all students.
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Steve Stoll

Steve Stoll, founding principal at The Beacon School in New York City also taught English, social studies, aesthetic education, drama, and computer programming....

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Steve Stoll, founding principal at The Beacon School in New York City also taught English, social studies, aesthetic education, drama, and computer programming. He also served as Director, Professional Development Schools, Teachers College, Columbia University. Stoll brought his wealth of experience and expertise in educational leadership, curriculum and instruction to ISA in 2004. He enjoys helping schools develop in their early years.

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Mariam Naraine Zebrowski

Mariam Naraine Zebrowski’s focus on science education through inquiry and project base learning, coupled with designing curriculum to incorporate...

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Mariam Naraine Zebrowski’s focus on science education through inquiry and project base learning, coupled with designing curriculum to incorporate college readiness and Common Core Standards grew out of her 10+ years as a science teacher. She also served as an education coordinator for Harlem Children Society. Zebrowski’s areas of expertise include: infusing literacy into the Science Curriculum; Living Environment, Earth Science, Physics and Chemistry. Zebrowski feels most accomplished when she is helping teachers shift teaching practices from a teacher centered to students centered instruction. She has been a ISA science coach since 2012.

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