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Toni Enloe

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Toni brings 40 + years of experience working with teachers and administrators in grades K-12 at the school, district and state levels. She is committed to helping students reach their full learning potential. Through training, support and feedback, , she works with teachers and administrators as they strive to meet the ever changing instructional needs of their students.

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  • Masters in Education, Administration and Curriculum Instruction and Supervision, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina: 1986
  • Masters in Education, Marine Science Education, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina: 1981
  • Bachelor of Science in Intermediate Education, Focus areas in Science and English Language Arts, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina: 1976
  • Additional Studies – Furman University, Clemson University, Murray State, University of Colorado, and University of South Carolina – Columbia

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Professional Experience

  • Instructional Specialist – Learning-Focused Solutions
  • Instructional Coach School District of Greenville county Greenville, South Carolina
  • Human Resources – Teacher Evaluator School District of Greenville County, Greenville, South Carolina
  • Secondary Science Consultant School District of Greenville County, Greenville, South Carolina
  • 1976-1998 Classroom Teacher –
  • National Consultant, Learning-Focused, Boone, NC
  • President 1994, South Carolina Middle School Association
  • Director, South Carolina Middle Level Institute, Furman University
  • Instructor, Earth Processes for Grades 3-5, Science P.L.U.S. Institute, Roper Mountain Science Center, Greenville, South Carolina:
  • Demonstration Site Teacher, (Critical Thinking curriculum), Berea Middle School, School District of Greenville County
  • Trainer, South Carolina MAPS program
  • Trainer, Project Learning Tree
  • Advisory Teacher, Furman University undergraduate education majors field experiences program
  • Supervisory Teacher, Bob Jones University education majors field experiences program
  • Supervisory Teacher, Converse College education majors field experiences program
  • EPA Environmental Education Training, Murray State University, Paducah, KY
  • State Field Test Coordinator, STCMS Science Kit Program, National Science Resource Center, Washington, DC
  • Woodrow Wilson CORE Institute, Costa Rica
  • GLOBE Training, El Paso, Texas[line]

Curriculum Development Experience

  • Contributor : ASCD October publication 2016
  • Contributor: Learning-Focused publications and workshops
  • Middle School liaison to high school curriculum writing team (to aid in the integration of earth science framework topics with the high school curriculum), School District of Greenville County
  • Science Curriculum writing team Greenville County Schools
  • Author Project Cape curriculum for Dare County, North Carolina

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Honors and Awards

  • Alliance for Quality Education Grants, individual and school, Berea Middle School
  • Woodrow Wilson Fellow, 2000
  • Outstanding Science Teacher Distinguished Service Award, Greenville County Science Teachers Association, 1999-2000
  • Teacher of the Year, Berea Middle School, 1990-1991
  • Teacher Incentive Award Program, individual award
  • GTE Gift Grant Brevard Middle School, North Carolina

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Professional Presentations

  • Learning Forward Webinar – 2016
  • Learning-Focused Workshops, West Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas, New York, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia
  • Texas School Improvement Conference, Austin, Texas
  • Tennessee LEAD Conference, Nashville, TN
  • East Tennessee Title I Conference, Knoxville, TN
  • National Science Teachers Association Conferences, St. Louis, Dallas, Philadelphia, Anaheim
  • National Middle School Association Conferences in Toronto, Louisville, Cincinnati
  • International Reading Association Conference
  • National Marine Educators Conference, Galveston, TX
  • Mid-Atlantic Marine Educators Conference, Lewes, Delaware
  • South Carolina Middle School Association Conferences
  • North Carolina Science Teachers Conference Asheville, NC
  • Peer Reviewer, NSTA, Science Scope Magazine
  • 2006 SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools) visitation team
  • Middle Level Program Review Committee Member, State Department of Education
  • Advisor, Greenville County Science Teachers
  • Strategic Planning Advisor, South Carolina Middle School Association
  • State Middle School Task Force
  • District Middle School Task Force, Co-Chair
  • South Carolina School Board Committee on Certification
  • Upstate (SC) School Consortium
  • Middle School Strategic Planning Committee, School District of Greenville County
  • SC State Department of Education Task Force on Teacher Licensure

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PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEE SERVICE

  • Peer Reviewer, NSTA, Science Scope Magazine
  • 2006 SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools) visitation team
  • Middle Level Program Review Committee Member, State Department of Education
  • Advisor, Greenville County Science Teachers
  • Strategic Planning Advisor, South Carolina Middle School Association
  • State Middle School Task Force
  • District Middle School Task Force, Co-Chair
  • South Carolina School Board Committee on Certification
  • Upstate (SC) School Consortium
  • Middle School Strategic Planning Committee, School District of Greenville County
  • SC State Department of Education Task Force on Teacher Licensure
  • Middle School liaison to high school curriculum writing team (to aid in the integration of earth science framework topics with the high school curriculum), School District of Greenville County
  • Committee to correlate science textbooks to state frameworks, School District of Greenville County

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Phone

828-773-8016

Email

tenloe@learningfocused.com

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All Articles are linked to Learning-Focused PLCIf you are not a member of Learning-Focused PLC click here to learn more.

  1. Ideas for Implementing Literacy Standards in Your 6-12 Science
  2. Planning for How the Brain Learns
  3. Ensuring Successful Continuity of Student Learning
  4. What’s HOT at Learning-Focused?
  5. Implementing the Learning-Focused Model in the PE Classroom
  6. Structured Review in Practice
  7. Quick Ideas That Encourage Student Collaboration
  8. How to Get the Most Out of Professional Learning Communities
  9. Portfolio Assessments: Showcasing Student Achievement
  10. Ideas for getting to know your students
  11. Transitioning to Block Scheduling
  12. Activating Strategies That Engage Students in Informational Text
  13. R.A.F.T. As A Writing Prompt to Extend Student Understanding
  14. Using Mnemonics as Memory Tools
  15. Making Lectures Learning Experiences
  16. There Is More Than One Way to Assess Student Learning
  17. Ideas for Actively Engaging Students in Learning-Based Review
  18. Scaffolding: Ensuring Success for All Students
  19. How can I create a supportive environment for differentiation?
  20. Ideas for Extending Thinking in World Languages Classroom
  21. The Role Student-Led Conferences Play in Student Motivation
  22. Using Culminating Activities to Assess Learning
  23. Assessment Prompts and the KUD Organizer
  24. Journey to Collaboration
  25. Express Yourself: Writing To Inform In The Science Classroom
  26. Ideas to Help Teachers Get to Know Their Students
  27. Beyond Reflection: Keeping Your Focus
  28. 9 Ideas for Extending Student Thinking in Science
  29. GET ON THE BUS! Using Field Trips to Build Prior Knowledge
  30. Doing Double Duty
  31. You Saw What in Class?
  32. Brainstorming to Improve Thinking
  33. Kit-Based Science and the Learning-Focused Model
  34. What’s the Buzz? Collaborative Pairs
  35. Sometimes Even Instructional Coaches Need Coaching
  36. 9 Motivating and Meaningful Things Students Can Do
  37. Interdisciplinary Units and the Learning-Focused Model
  38. School-Based Coaching and the Text Based Seminar
  39. Using Interactive Word Walls in Science
  40. Acceleration – Who’s Doing It?
  41. Motivating the Unmotivated Student- Ideas for Classroom Teacher
  42. Using Picture Books in the Middle and High School Classroom
  43. Motivating Students in the Science Classroom
  44. Summarizing in Silence: Using “Chalk Talk” as a Tool

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