Virginia Glatzer mentors education leaders on how to move from thinking about classrooms for the future to creating classrooms for today. She helps education leaders and teachers realize how collaboration, creativity, and differentiated instruction can be effectively used for teaching and learning. She offers experience as a leader in statewide secondary education initiatives, as an elementary classroom teacher, and as an adult learning professional.
In addition to coaching teachers in the effective use of instructional technology, she is the Director of Educational Leadership at Jewish Learning Venture and has been a Regional Mentor Coordinator with the PA Institute for Instructional Coaching, and a mentor for the PA Department of Education’s Classrooms for the Future.
Virginia facilitates a learning community for future principals through the Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit. Her consulting practice has included being a Penn Literacy Network Facilitator, an Apple Professional Development Consultant, Microsoft Innovative Educator Master Trainer and Expert, and a Windows in the Classroom Advisor.