Clicky

James A. Bellanca

James A. Bellanca is nationally recognized as a practical innovator who thinks ahead of the curve and gives teachers and administrators using all the "how-to" understanding to make abstract ideas concrete and prepared to go on another school day. With his extensive experience as a classroom English and language arts instructor, alternate school manager, professional developer, intermediate service center director, company owner, and non-profit executive, he's developed expertise for changing new hires, such as the Common Core State Standards, into functional classroom tools which enrich instruction and engage students.

A leading voice within 21st century skills, Jim edits and can be lead poster to the Partnership for 21st Century Schools (P21) blog Joining the 21st Century Dots: From Strategy to Practice. He is executive director of coach for Mind Quest: Project-Based Learning in the 21st Century Classroom and the Illinois Consortium for 21st Century Schools. Furthermore, Jim is trainer of teachers for your New York State United Teachers Education Learning Trust program, The 21st Century Classroom. Out of a Box, he has designed three graduate education classes and the advanced workshop Projects in the last year.

Jim has worked with instructional leaders at Chicago, Los Angeles, Cleveland, New York, Illinois, West Virginia, New Jersey, Michigan, Australia, New Zealand, Norway, and Israel. He has worked to design, execute, and evaluate programs that encourage 21st century skills to boost performance among many children, for example student populations. Jim has written many books, including many bestsellers and numerous articles.

Jim is the author of Enriched Learning Projects, coauthor of How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Center and School Leader's Guide to the Frequent Center, also coeditor of 21st Century Skills. His work can be furthe

James A. Bellanca has 2 products available for sale in the category of Books.

James A. Bellanca is rated 8 out of 10 based on 29 reviews.

James A. Bellanca Quality Chart