Rural Schools Keep Strongest Teachers

Jodi Zeis

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Jodi Zeis presents: How Can Rural Schools Keep their Strongest Teachers?

Recent research dives into determining why middle and late career teachers are leaving current schools, districts, the profession altogether. This session shares some surprising data and offers strategies to help incorporate the use of teacher leaders to sustain professional development and teacher efficacy in schools.

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Jodi Zeis

Jodi Zeis has worked as an educator for over 20 years and taught every grade k-12 in a combination of general and special education. After working as a school
administrator, she worked statewide, first at the SDE and then for S2TEM Centers. Most recently she served as an assistant professor at Francis Marion University until she relocated to VA where she is now the Supervisor of Instructional Tech Coaches in Frederick Co, VA. She earned her PhD in Teaching & Learning from USC and holds an EdS in Administration and Supervision from UVA. Her Master’s focused on education, with a major in specific learning disabilities at ODU. She now resides in the mountains of VA with her family and dogs.