Jacqueline Colaneri

Jacqueline is a highly experienced educational consultant. She holds a BS in Psychology, a Master’s degree in Humanistic Education and a Curriculum and Supervisor certification from Seton Hall University.

Ms. Colaneri has extensive experience as a classroom teacher, supervisor of curriculum and instruction, and national presenter. She was employed as a classroom teacher and curriculum supervisor in New Jersey schools for 34 years. For the last seven years Jacqueline has worked nationally as a consultant collaborating with district administrators to identify needs, and to develop and deliver professional development to address areas of concern, including providing extensive classroom coaching. She assisted with the design, review, and delivery of over 50 different workshops via train-the-trainer formats and district-level presentations nationally. As a consultant, Ms. Colaneri has conducted professional development sessions to build administrator and teacher capacity in all areas of K-8 development.

Her experience includes analysis of student data to assist in guiding classroom instruction, modeling lessons, facilitating positive school climate committees, and supporting implementation of RTI. As a consultant and as a coach, Jacqueline is devoted to assisting teachers and instructional leaders address student needs, maximize learning, and foster a positive learning community.

WORKSHOPS presented by JACQUELINE include:

  • Beyond Poverty: Brain-Inspired Ways to Understand and Respond to Poverty
  • Brain Matters: The Essential Guide To Brain-Based Learning
  • Change Your Language, Change Their Lives: What Adults Can Say Differently Today to Transform the Tomorrows of Our Youth
  • The New IQ?: Understanding and Teaching Executive Functions Skills In and Out of the Classroom

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