Jean Howard, Mathematics Curriculum Specialist, Office of Public Instruction posted Mar 5, 2012, 6:06 PM by Lisa Scott [ updated Mar 5, 2012, 6:34 PM ]

"Lisa’s collaborative and positive nature along with her skills for communication, goal setting and quality work sets her above many as an excellent consultant. Because implementation of standards requires understanding of content, student achievement, appropriate expectations and the process for reaching the school’s and district’s intended goals, I highly recommend Lisa as a consultant."

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David Erickson, President, Montana Council of Teachers of Mathematics posted Mar 1, 2012, 6:36 PM by Lisa Scott

"Lisa Scott brings energy, expertise, and a welcoming approach to professional development in mathematics. She knows the 2011 Montana Common Core Standards for Mathematical Content and Practice and is an expert in instruction and assessment."

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Kim Komar, Mathematics Teacher, Riverside Middle School posted Mar 1, 2012, 6:33 PM by Lisa Scott

"Revealing of her leadership abilities, Mrs. Scott took the initiative to begin a Professional Learning Community at Riverside Middle School. As a Math Coach, she trained and helped develop the Math-PLC that is currently still functioning. Furthermore, Mrs. Scott facilitates presentations in curriculum development and implementation throughout the entire district. She works tirelessly to support and improve the district and fellow educators. In addition to her regular duties as a middle school teacher, Mrs. Scott is a Pre-Calculus teacher for the Montana Digital Academy."

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Michael Shaughnessy, President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics posted Mar 1, 2012, 6:30 PM by Lisa Scott [ updated Mar 1, 2012, 6:30 PM ]

"Ms. Scott’s outstanding work in professional development and with standards implementation in Montana, as well as her leadership at the national level in mathematics education, testify to her strengths as a future leader in area of mathematics professional development. Ms Scott has all the qualifications and skills to be an excellent provider of professional development in both curriculum and assessment in mathematics education, especially with regard to implementation and assessment issues around the new Common Core State Standards for Mathematics."

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Lorrie Wolverton, Principal, Eagle Cliffs Elementary posted Feb 26, 2012, 6:00 PM by Lisa Scott [ updated Feb 26, 2012, 6:07 PM ]

"Mrs. Scott is a highly trained and talented math teacher. She has held many leadership positions in our school district in which she has provided hours of in-service training. She is an award winning math teacher. She has been involved in many professional math organizations. I would highly recommend her consulting business to provide professional math development for your school."

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Jackie Branum, Superintendent, Noxon Public Schools posted Oct 14, 2009, 11:51 PM by Lisa Scott [ updated Feb 28, 2012, 4:33 PM ]

"Lisa's work here at Noxon Public Schools has been outstanding in every aspect. A staff, once skeptical to change, has now formed a cohesive confidence due to her leadership. As the Superintendent of Noxon Public Schools, I can easily attest to the fact that Lisa's contributions have brought more to our curriculum and staff development than I have witnessed during my twelve years of service for this district. There is no doubt that Lisa will benefit any district wishing to provide seamless curriculum integration of Montana's Common Core Mathematics Standards."

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Glenn Allinger, Director, Montana Learning Center posted Oct 14, 2009, 11:50 PM by Lisa Scott [ updated Feb 26, 2012, 6:08 PM ]

"I have experienced her leadership within the Montana Council of Teachers of Mathematics organization and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Her recognition as a Presidential Awardee and the very prestigious national Iris Carl Award reflects on her leadership achievements. In summary, the difficult aspect of writing about Ms. Scott's multiple roles and talents is that it is impossible to convey concisely on paper the experience, work habits and personality of this amazing educational leader and person. Look no further for a mathematics consultant and professional development provider!"

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