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Our Team

Rebecca Shea is an educator that brings over seventeen years of experience with comprehensive knowledge of curriculum, instruction, assessment and professional development. As a former principal, assistant principal, instructional coach and classroom teacher she has facilitated professional learning in multiple capacities and to various audiences at the school, district and regional levels to support diverse learners.  She has extensive expertise working with culturally and linguistically diverse students and brings a passion for improving student outcomes for all students through collaboration.  Currently Rebecca works within the MI Professional Development and School Improvement division supporting the Regional Special Education Technical Assistance Support Center.



K-20 Education

  • Aligned and engaged instructional planning to support cognitive rigor of learning standards

  • Data-driven instructional decisions through both formative and summative assessments

  • Research-based instructional strategies to support diverse learners

  • Evaluation of effective instructional programs

  • Second language acquisition Two Way and One Way Dual Language programs

  • Facilitating, coaching and mentoring professional learning teams

  • Observation and feedback of teaching practices to improve student outcomes

  • Differentiated professional development

  • School-wide response to intervention initiatives


  • M.Ed. (1999), Elementary Education, Texas State University

  • B.S. (1996), Elementary Education, State University of New York at Plattsburgh

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