Bett 2014: Measuring the Impossible Lesson Plan
Dr. Dana McCauley, Teaching Principal
Dr. McCauley has been in the education field for 22 years as a teacher, a coordinator of staff development and school improvement, and currently as a teaching principal. Along with administrative duties, as a teaching principal, Dr. McCauley is responsible for three hours of classroom instruction each day. She has taught at least one content area in each grade level from kindergarten through fifth grade. Advocating for a place-based instructional program, Dr. McCauley has led the staff and community of Crellin Elementary in the development of multiple programs that emphasize using the community as a means for research, projects, and service learning. She has helped integrate technology resources into classrooms to prepare students for 21st century learning. Dr. McCauley has been the recipient of leadership awards for her community outreach and development of educational programs.
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