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The DEAK Group

333 Boston Mills Road

Hudson, Ohio,44236

United States

Company Description

We offer teachers, administrators, and parents a comprehensive array of consulting services designed to build and sustain leadership institutions in the 21st century. ...more

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Lisa Nagel You are here: Home / Our Educators / Lisa Nagel Lisa Nagel Lisa Nagel Consultant, Speaker, Social Curriculum Specialist Lisa Nagel is the Associate Head of School at St. Anne's School of Annapolis, where she's worked for the past fourteen years. Since 1993, Lisa has consulted with public and independent schools across the country to provide professional development training and curriculum development and implementation support across a wide spectrum. Consulting with schools to devise social skills curriculum, conflict resolution education and peer mediation programs, and project-based learning approaches, Lisa focuses on deepening authentic learning and strengthening the consistency of that experience for students as they move through the grades. Lisa works with staff to promote a shared school vision while preserving individual teacher autonomy and highlighting unique contributions. Dynamic school programs benefit even further from intentionally enacting a strong social curriculum foundation and from taking time to articulate integrated academic programs within and across grade levels. Lisa believes that professional development work along these lines results in connected, comprehensive, and leading edge school programs that may also serve as marketing strengths for your school. Recent work and presentations have included: Lisa brings the necessary classroom teaching perspective to her work, having started out in 1988 as an elementary teacher in an independent school. She then trained as a mediator and diversity educator and went on to work as an education specialist with a state mental health agency in Ohio, consulting with teachers, principals, and heads of school at over 100 schools, presenting programming in the areas of conflict resolution education, social skills curriculum, and peer mediation. Lisa was an advisor and keynote lecturer for the ministry of education in Lithuania in their pursuit of promoting democratic classrooms. Lisa was co-creator and editor of Contemporary Women's Issues, a special libraries' acclaimed on-line reference database developed for high school and university libraries. Contemporary Women's Issues continues to be regarded as a preeminent resource for accessing information on human rights issues faced by women and children globally. She has contributed to research on the development of cyber communities among educators, supported by Stanford Research International. Lisa holds a B. A. in religion from Oberlin College and an M. Ed. in educational administration from John Carroll University, both in the great state of Ohio. Contact Lisa Nagel lnagel@DEAKgroup.com


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Lisa Nagel has worked as the head of the preprimary and lower schools at St. Anne's Day School, an Episcopal day school in Annapolis, Maryland, since 1998.
Here, she has initiated and refined curricular programs in the areas of social development, literacy development, and emergent thematic studies to match the school's mission of providing innovative, hands-on experiences for students. Lisa's interest in social development and conflict resolution grew out of her years as a classroom teacher at an independent school in Ohio. Following her work in the classroom, Lisa served for five years as an education specialist with a state funded agency and also as a private consultant, developing and presenting conflict resolution education, mediation, and classroom community and management programs for faculty, administrators, parents, and students in more than eighty schools. Lisa developed and served as editor on Contemporary Women's Issues, a special libraries' acclaimed CD-ROM and on-line reference database for high school and university audiences, focusing on human rights issues faced by women and children internationally. She has also contributed to research on the development of cyber communities among educators, supported by Stanford Research International. Since 1993, Lisa has continued to serve as a presenter at a variety of local, regional, and national conferences. She has consulted with public and independent schools across the nation on topics related to balanced literacy, social development, conflict resolution, and constructivist curriculum. Most recently, she has presented workshops and seminars on caring classroom communities at the National Association of Episcopal Schools biennial conference and the Association of Independent Maryland Schools annual conference. Lisa also presented keynote lectures on the establishment of democratic classroom communities to educators across the country of Lithuania, supported by the Ministry of Education. Lisa's work centers upon the ideas that the social curriculum and a commitment to community are foundations required to take sound risks and succeed intellectually at school. Students seek to make sense and meaning of the world around them, and so curricula should be holistic and rooted in hands-on experience to establish and further such connections. In pursuing such a course, schools must work from a basis of abiding respect, direct communication and a sense of caring among colleagues, families, and students. Lisa Nagel


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