We’re very lucky in BC to have dedicated and passionate educational leaders working hard to positively impact teaching and learning for both students and educators across the province. One of those passionate leaders is Dianne Turner, Superintendent of Schools with the Delta School District, and featured speaker at the upcoming NOII Symposium.
Before joining the Delta School District in 2008, Dianne taught secondary Science, Math, environmental education and gifted school programs, and was an administrator at several schools in Coquitlam and Vancouver. She contributes to the educational community through committee work, including the BC Superintendents Association, Education Research & Development and the UBC/BCTF New Teacher Mentoring Advisory Committee. With Delta, she has led an innovative, collaborative visioning process, helping to shape objectives and goals for learning and teaching over the next several years.
You can check out the many inspiring projects that school communities in Delta are undertaking this year at the districts 180 Days of Learningwebsite. In addition to hearing Dianne speak at the Symposium, you can also follow her on Follow Dianne on Twitter: @diannemturner.
If you haven’t already, register for the NOII Symposium here, or please spread the word by sharing this link with a colleague.