Author: Jane Bartley

Jane Bartley, Ph.D. has more than 42 years of experience in K–12 education. She has served as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and district director. Most recently, she held the title of Director of Educator Effectiveness for the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation. In that capacity, she was charged with implementing a robust educator evaluation system for the district. Dr. Bartley is knowledgeable in effective practices associated with teaching and learning, and has successfully and efficiently led groups through continuous change within the context of a large complex organization. Presently, Dr. Bartley works with Learning Sciences International in leadership development. Follow Jane on Twitter: @JABARTLEY Connect with Jane on LinkedIn: Jane Bartley, PhD

Student Teams: Collaboration That Makes A Difference

By Dr. Jane Bartley For 50 years, experts, policy wonks, and education reformers have offered countless interventions, reinventions, and suggestions to improve schooling in America. From scrapping the system to charter schools and privatization of the educational systems in the United States, some of the very best minds have analyzed

One Decision Can Change a District: An Indiana Principal’s Journey

By Dr. Jane Bartley As we plan our professional and personal enrichment for each new school year, we naturally think about the types of collaboration and partnerships that will help us grow. For me, that partnership has been with Learning Sciences International, and it all started with one decision: to

Five Statements That Guide a Team Toward Its Vision

By Dr. Jane Bartley Everyone knows the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” A photo taken during an LSI Leadership Academy session captures the essence of that statement perfectly. Listed on a dry erase board are five statements that describe the work teacher teams in MSD Lawrence Township