Collectively, our team has over 20 years of experience working in various school districts throughout Maryland and New Jersey. We have studied with some of the most notable professionals in education, including but not limited to, mathematics concepts with the Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas Austin; literacy concepts with Irene Fountas and Dr. Barbara Wasik from John's Hopkins and Temple University; curriculum development from Jay McTighe; Universal Design for Learning from the National Center on Universal Design for Learning; and Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving from Myrna Shure. Through research and practice, our consultants have provided a multitude of professional development sessions, coaching, lesson demonstrations, and curriculum writing for thousands of educators Birth thru 12th grade.
The utlimate goal of Academic Solutions LLC is to attain maximum student achievement for all students. We provide school districts, schools, and teacher teams with comprehensive professional development and coaching to improve pedagogy and content knowledge. Our team works side by side with teachers guiding them through action planning using SMART Goals, data analysis, and best practice teaching strategies to directly impact student growth over time. Our experience with organizational change and leadership development have provided us with the expertise to support school and district leaders with multi-year professional development for teachers and school leaders.
We assess the need, determine the problem, and find an Academic Solution!
Maximizing Student Achievement one SMART Goal at a time!
Academic Solutions, LLC is an educational consulting firm dedicated to supporting teachers, schools, and school districts with professional development tailored to their specific needs for student achievement. In order for students to attain maximum achievement, it is imperative to create a thinking child who is excited about learning. Our professional development focuses on the following: improving teacher best practice in literacy and mathematics; examining the Common Core State Standards; understanding individual learning styles and teaching techniques; exploring the concept of Universal Design for Learning and teaching in the inclusive setting; improving classroom environment; and building routines for classroom management.