"Tuning Protocols" by Lois Brown Easton
Lois Brown Easton
Lois Brown Easton has served as director of professional development at Eagle Rock School and Professional Development Center in Estes Park, Colorado and as director of Re:Learning Systems, a partnership between the Coalition of Essential Schools and the Education Commission of the States. Before that, Easton worked in the Arizona Department of Education as English/language arts coordinator and as director of curriculum and instruction, designing and implementing the Arizona Student Assessment Program. A middle school English teacher for 15 years, Easton has held state and national offices and was co-chair of the 2001 NSDC Annual Conference in Denver. A frequent presenter at conferences and a contributor to educational journals, she wrote The Other Side of Curriculum: Lessons From Learners (Heinemann, 2001) and is the editor of Powerful Designs for Professional Learning (NSDC, 2004). She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.