Dr. Chaney Williams-Ledet provides job-embedded professional development at state & national in-services regarding equity for EACH student; on equitable transformation for educational organizations. She is recognized for her abilities to create a climate of high-productivity and collegiality, coupled with strong emphasis in PK-12 curriculum, Bilingual education (Spanish, English and Chinese), ESL, ELA, Social Studies, STEM, and research-based best practices.
Chaney is skilled in training instructors on the application and formulation of data to assist students’ positives outcomes in the classroom. She is a local, state, and national presenter on topics including leadership development, root-cause analysis data, organizational climate and culture, discipline, management, curriculum, budgeting and vision alignment, formative assessments and virtual leadership coaching. She has extensive experience in supervision and training of pre-service teachers and administrators in best practices and preparing both teachers and administrators for state certification exams.
Dr. Williams-Ledet is a Curriculum and Compliance Officer with Educator Certification and Advancement division and leads its Principal Preparation Program. To learn more about the program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713.696-1348.
Dr. Shelley McKinley has more than 20 years of experience in education as an assistant superintendent, principal, teacher, and educational consultant focusing on curriculum, instruction, and assessment in face-to-face and virtual settings. She has a doctorate in curriculum and instruction and has Texas Superintendent and Mid-Management certifications.
Shelley specializes in designing and implementing programs, conducting program evaluations, and taking best practices to scale. She utilizes the train-the-trainer model to empower others and engage adult learners with content that is relevant to their roles in the organization. When working directly with K-12 students, Shelley defines the learning goals and objectives and provides rigorous experiences for 21st century learners.
Shelley is a contributing writer for eHow Education, and her study on teacher efficacy was referenced in the Journal of the National Association for Alternative Certification.
Dr. McKinley is a Leadership Development officer with Educator Certification and Advancement division and leads its Superintendent Preparation Program. To learn more about the program, contact email@example.com or call 713.696-1348.