Session 1, Workshop 3: Administrators: Literacy Leadership Why/What/How, K-12

Julia Reynolds & Teya Cotter

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Julia Reynolds, Ph.D., is Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction for Allendale Public Schools in Allendale, Michigan. Julia previously served as the English Language Arts program manager for Savannah-Chatham County Public School System in Georgia. Before that, she was director of Curriculum and School Improvement for Northview Public Schools and an associate professor of Education (Literacy Studies) at Aquinas College, both in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has experience as a classroom teacher in Wyoming Public Schools and Forest Hills Public Schools, in curriculum development in Grand Rapids Public Schools, and as an adjunct instructor at Aquinas College (before becoming a faculty member), Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids Community College and Calvin College (all in Michigan), and at San Diego State University (in California). Julia is currently on the Board of Directors for the International Literacy Association (ILA) and has served as president for both the Michigan Council of Teachers of English (MCTE) and the Michigan Reading Association (MRA). Dr. Reynolds has a Ph.D. in Teacher Education and Literacy from Michigan State University. 

 

 

Teya Cotter, Ed.S.  has been the Elementary Principal of North Oakview Elementary in Northview Public Schools in Grand Rapids, Michigan for the past 8 years. Teya previously served as the Elementary Principal in Saugatuck Public Schools at Douglas Elementary.  Before that, she was a 5th Grade teacher in East Grand Rapids for 9 years.  Teya has also served as an adjunct professor at Aquinas College and Cornerstone University, both in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Teya has a Ed.S. in Educational Leadership and a Masters in Curriculum and Teaching from Michigan State University.

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