K12Week: Session Information

Regina Navejar

Hi!

Thank you for joining me at K12Week.com. I hope you found my session, Monitoring and Improving School Systems, helpful and informative. Please feel free to write me a comment or question below. If you’d like to email me, please do so at regina@navejar.com, or tweet me @ReginaNavejar

Links to Sites and Research

University of Chicago- The Essential Supports for School Improvement

Safe Supportive School Model-Safe Supportive Learning

University of North Carolina-Implementation Science

Graham, S., & Perin, D. (2007). Effective strategies to improve writing of adolescents in middle and high schools

About Me

My kids.
My kids.
My kids.
My aunt and I. Graduation 1999.
My aunt and I. Graduation 1999.
My aunt and I. Graduation 1999.
From The Milwaukee Journal- My First Year of Teaching
From The Milwaukee Journal- My First Year of Teaching
From The Milwaukee Journal- My First Year of Teaching
My students and I. (2004)
My students and I. (2004)
My students and I. (2004)
My husband and I (2006)
My husband and I (2006)
My husband and I (2006)
My graduation from UW-Madison.
My graduation from UW-Madison.
My graduation from UW-Madison.
The Absolutely True Portrait of Parenthood.
The Absolutely True Portrait of Parenthood.
The Absolutely True Portrait of Parenthood.

Regina Ann Navejar

Born: Tampico, Mexico

Resident of Milwaukee

Employment:

Milwaukee Public Schools

English/History Teacher-15 years

School Improvement Implementer

Mateo Educational Consulting Group

Navejar Solutions

Education:

Mount Mary University: B.A., English/History Middle-Secondary Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison: M.S., Educational Psychology

University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee: PhD Dissertator, Educational Psychology-Learning and Development

Research:

Zhang, B., & Navejar, R. (2015). Effects of Ambient Noise on the Measurement of Mathematics Achievement for Urban High School Students.Urban Education.

Presentations:

AERA Conference, Chicago, 2015

Wisconsin Summit for Data-Informed Leadership, Green Bay, 2016

┬áThe ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.” —Anonymous