Dr. Jacqueline Shuman is a public educator who has served 13 years as a mathematics teacher for grades 7-12 ranging in subjects from state assessment remediation, co-teach inclusion, Pre-AP (Geometry, Algebra II, Precalculus) and AP Statistics. As an administrator, Dr. Shuman has served as a secondary campus administrator, Math Intervention Specialist, Math Curriculum Specialist, District Math Coordinator, and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction.
This is the best professional learning conference for educators!— LeAnn Morris
The level of intellectual stimulation and dialogue is unparalleled. There is always someone nearby or at your table who can help process new ideas or help you think about how what you’re hearing applies to your work. The balance of research and application is really nice. Getting to hear from top authors about their current projects helps me feel very informed so that I can feel abreast of current trends in the professional learning field. At the same time, the balance of topics that are “oldies but goodies” is nice because there are always new practitioners joining the conference.— 2018 Attendee