Professional Development

20171220_124437Matt is a veteran public educator, first as a classroom teacher and now serving as an elementary principal in Mineral Point, Wisconsin. He is also a senior lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Superior, teaching online courses in curriculum and instruction. Matt’s educational writing and consultant work focus primarily on literacy, school leadership, and technology. He has spoken at national conferences, including ASCD and NCTE, as well as facilitated workshops and professional learning on the following topics:

  • The Art of Blogging
  • Blended Learning Communities (PLCs + Blended Professional Development)
  • Digital Portfolios & Curriculum Development
  • Digital Portfolios in the Classroom
  • How to Build Your Personal Learning Network
  • The Principal as a Literacy Leader
  • Schoolwide Technology Integration
  • Leveraging Technology to Improve Leadership Capacity

For more information and availability, contact Matt using the form below:

Upcoming Events

Connect with me at @ReadByExample if you plan on attending one of these events!

  • January 11, 2018: Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (Jefferson City, MO)
    • Digital Portfolios for English Learners
  • January 20, 2018: Book Signing at Barnes & Noble (Middleton, WI)
  • February 21-23, 2018: AcceleratED & IntegratED (Portland, OR)
    • Getting Started with Digital Portfolios
    • The ‘Appy Administrator
  • April 12, 2018: CESA 4 (Sparta, WI)
    • Digital Portfolios in the Classroom
  • June 24, 2018: ISTE Convention (Chicago, IL)
    • Digital Portfolios in the Classroom – 3-hour workshop
  • July 11-13, 2018: National Principals Conference (Chicago, IL)
    • Communication Strategies to Increase Home-School-Community Engagement
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