Professional Learning Facilitator
Krista Leh began her educational career as a high school social studies teacher for ten years, followed by five years as a Curriculum and Instructional Technology Coach at Pottsgrove School District. In 2012, she was selected as one of twenty-six members nation-wide for the ASCD Emerging Leader class and in 2014, became an ASCD Professional Services Faculty Member.
As a consultant who has worked in over 25 states, Krista presents at conferences as well as creates and facilitates quality professional learning for school staff and students on topics such as the Whole Child and social emotional learning; diversity, equity, and access; curriculum, instruction, and assessment; growth mindset; Student Assistance Programs (SAP); and student and teacher leadership. She believes that powerful and effective professional learning is grounded in respect, collaboration, continual and supported growth, voice and choice, and authentic educational practices that can be implemented immediately into the classroom or school building.
As a lifelong learner, Krista enthusiastically takes advantage of opportunities to grow and develop mastery of concepts and skills. She has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Secondary Social Studies from Penn State University, a Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Kutztown University, and expects to earn a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Lehigh University in 2018.