Is your school looking for support or guidance in another area? Here are some trusted colleagues we recommend.

 Pathways to Inclusive Education

with Kim Bane and Jason Hicks

Pathways to Inclusive Education (PIE) supports dynamic learning organizations as they create and sustain inclusive school cultures. We understand that there is no one-size-fits-all solutions in the world of education. After seeking to understand a school's existing state, PIE collaborates with administrators to design a customized process which aligns beliefs, evolves programming, and transforms teacher practice in order to impact student learning.


with Megan Holmstrom and Ryan Grady

We believe that every student is capable of learning mathematics at a high level, and the teacher is a critical factor for success. We believe that persistent, passionate, and playful problem solving is at the core of mathematics at all levels, and that mathematics learning should focus on developing deep understanding of concepts and the connections between them.  We provide training and partnership on a variety of topics within the teaching & learning of mathematics across the program (PreK - Grade 12).  Throughout our collaboration, we will partner and share ideas, build capacity through conversation, action-plan, and develop resources.  Through a focus on modeling and inquiry, our time together will be active and engaging, ensuring that teachers transfer shared learning from workshop into classrooms.

Radiant Mind

with Josh Kettell

Radiant Mind serves learning communities in developing and implementing mindfulness and social-emotional learning programs that are anchored in the tenets of progressive, equitable and culturally responsive education.  Through research-based and scientifically informed practices, we aim to help students, teachers, and leaders develop the skills and capacity to connect to each other, the learning experience and the radiant potential in each us for creating a more compassionate world.

Matt Bornstein-Grove

My passion is in partnering with schools and teachers as they move toward an inquiry based and conceptual approach to Social Studies teaching and learning. My approach focuses on the power of questions to drive instruction and deepen student learning, the purposeful integration of content, concepts, and skills, and the culmination of learning in authentic tasks with authentic audiences. My experience and expertise is deeply rooted in but not limited to the College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies. As a teacher and instructional coach, Iā€™m comfortable working with groups, teaching teams, and individuals to offer training, partnership, and coaching in a variety of areas including planning, instruction, and assessment.