About the Author
Angeline Anderson, Ph.D. is currently an independent educational consultant. She is formerly the Executive Director for Instruction in a large suburban school district in Texas, where she oversaw the activities of 124 staff members whose mission was to provide high quality curriculum, assessments, media services, and professional development to district teachers and staff. Her experience as an educator includes classroom teacher, counselor, administrator, program evaluator, statistician, and district leader. Dr. Anderson has served students and teachers in Florida, Texas, and California. Her work and interests include social cognitive theory, quality schools, strategic planning, curriculum development, instructional technology, response to intervention, and leadership. She has presented at state and national conferences on a variety of strategies to transform instructional processes using technology integration. Susan K. Borg, EdD, is a clinical assistant professor at San Houston State University where she supervises the superintendent certification program and teaches graduate-level principal preparation courses. Susan is also a senior associate at N2 Learning, an educational consulting company. She is formerly the associate superintendent for instruction and student services in a suburban school district in Texas, supervising the academic programs for approximately 50,000 students. Dr. Borg facilitated the collaboration of six instructional and data accountability departments at the district level with 44 campuses, prekindergarten through Grade 12. Dr. Borg served the field of education for 34 years in a variety of roles as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, executive director, and associate superintendent. She has presented at state and national conferences on the importance of the integration of the innovation and technology into instructional processes for the education preparation of future-ready students. Stephanie Edgar, M.Ed. is currently an associate at N2 Learning, an educational consulting company. She is formerly the Director of Campus Instructional Support in a large suburban school district in Texas. Her team provided direct support to campuses through professional development, specialist training, video production, adaptive and benchmark assessments, campus planning, and embedded technology. Mrs. Edgar has provided in-depth training in the areas of planning, professional learning communities, assessments for learning, collaborative consultations, critical conversations, instructional best practices, student and teacher portfolios, and online professional development. She has served students and teachers for 38 years as a teacher, instructional specialist, and district administrator. Her presentations at state and national conventions focus on leading innovative professional learning, student engagement, and opportunities for transformative teacher leadership.