Kelly Reseigh is currently a Professional Learning Partner for Denver Public Schools in Denver, CO. She is also a National Faculty Member of the Buck Institute for Education and a Certified STEP Associate for Emergenetics. Kelly has received training in Cognitive Coaching and Adaptive Schools.
One of her greatest passions is strategically developing and supporting the implementation of sustainable systems. In her current role, Kelly is working with central office staff to create a culture of high quality professional learning for all educators in Denver Public Schools. She works closely with staff to design, implement, and evaluate innovative and engaging adult learning. Kelly has collaborated with her team to develop a system wide Framework for Effective Professional Learning, along with rubrics and other design and facilitation resources. She has also been an integral part of developing the systemic model that best supports all professional learning through coaching, practice, and feedback cycles. Currently, Kelly is working on two large scale projects which involve the design and implementation of Personalized Professional Learning Plans for all teachers in DPS and a micro-credentialing system to support competency-based professional learning.
As a founding member of Sage Canyon Elementary in Castle Rock, Kelly has supported the implementation and development of Project Based Learning and understands the challenges and successes that come with transitioning to a PBL model. As a PD Coordinator for DCSD, she worked with leadership teams to create a culture of innovation and inquiry through the Design Thinking process. She was an elementary educator for ten years, teaching first through fourth grades.
Kelly has been an active part of the authorization process for an International Baccalaureate World School and completed Level 1 and Level 2 Primary Years Programme training. Kelly specializes in educational technology and maintained a 1:1 iPad classroom.