Author: Cheryl Spittler

Cheryl Spittler is an experienced professional developer and teacher with 20 years of classroom experience. She has her B.S. in Secondary Education (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), M. Ed. In Curriculum and Instruction (Wayne State University). Currently, she is a Doctoral Candidate in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in K-12 Instruction from Grand Canyon University. Cheryl holds certifications in Franklin Covey’s Speed of Trust, 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, AWR 148: Crisis Management for School Based Incidents- Partnering Rural Law Enforcement and the Local School Systems and is an expert in school climate and bullying, behavior and instructional management. Ms. Spittler has years of experience working with high risk youth including Native American youth.

She has served as a lead trainer in the redesign of the Bureau of Indian Education Curriculum integrating the Common Core State Standards. Her curriculum work includes both rural and urban school districts, ranging from single schools to entire districts. In addition to developing curriculum/instructional design, Ms. Spittler has worked as a classroom teacher, university professor of special education, and is an expert in classroom management.